HP, Intel partner with Victorian minnow

The Victorian government is crowing over a partnership between local vendor Cebridge and giants Hewlett-Packard and Intel that will see the trio develop automated disaster recovery systems.

The Victorian government is crowing over a partnership between local vendor Cebridge and giants Hewlett-Packard and Intel that will see the trio develop automated disaster recovery systems.

Cebridge, a "privately owned SME, based in Melbourne, has developed a globally unique automated disaster recovery data back up system for use across Asia and the US, and is also set to capture other international markets," the Victorian Minister for Information and Communications Technology, Marsha Thomson, said.

Following a deal brokered by the Victorian government, HP and Intel will help Cebridge rollout its systems for Austrade offices in Bangladesh, the Philippines, Singapore and Australia.

Cebridge managing director Cary Lockwood said a key feature of the technology was its Locked Data Method. The product removed the need to install special software on the computer being backed up, he said.

"Traditional back-up systems have limitations and are prone to failure.

"Removing the need for the human hand to back-up the data is a key innovation of our product. Our automated product removes the possibility of human error," he said.

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