Solix sees vast opportunities in China market

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 29 July 2010, 12:28 Hrs
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Beijing: Solix Technologies, a leading provider of enterprise data management solutions announced the launch of its China operations. Solix China office has recruited a team consisting of roles of channel management, technical support and marketing. The main goal of Solix China is to provide responsive and quality support to business partners and end-users to ensure customer satisfaction.

Solix provides solutions to its customers worldwide to manage and protect customers' application data assets. Solix Database archiving is a proven technique to reduce the size of production databases resulting in improved application performance, faster clones during migration, testing, development and disaster recovery cycles and reducing storage costs throughout the entire IT infrastructure. The company claims that with Solix Enterprise Data Management Suite (EDMS), customers can improve application performances by 20 percent to 45 percent.

Solix EDMS provides policy-based and business rule driven approach to database archiving. Through Solix EDMS database archiving, customers can improve application performance, reduce storage costs, and improve compliance by better managing the lifecyle of the data.

Solix Application Retirement solutions enable customers to minimize legacy application maintain cost while still can retrieve data from legacy applications. In addition, Solix provides customers worldwide with flexibility, efficiency as it can archive, subset and mask sensitive data stored in hetrogenerous databases or applications such as ( Oracle E-Business Suite, PeopleSoft JD Edwards, Siebel as well as customer developed applications) . Solix EDMS has been deployed by Ping An Insurance, an integrated financial services institution, with advanced database archiving, database sub-setting and data masking capabilities for its Oracle E-Business Suite environment.

Sai Gundavelli, CEO of Solix Technologies said, "Chinese businesses have been growing at exponential rates over the last several years and we are excited to announce our operation in China market to reinforce our support to both partners and customers."

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