The University of North Texas (UNT) has invested in a new data storage solution that it says has reduced its cost per terabyte of storage from $17,500 to $8,400, reports CIO Today. State-of-the-art technology offerings, including podcasts, on-demand services, and video lectures, offer a unique appeal to UNT's 33,000 students. While those efforts have helped set UNT apart from other universities, rapidly growing storage demands and an aging existing storage area network (SAN) were limiting its IT efficiency and the performance of applications that support students, faculty, and staff. The aging 30-terabyte storage network did not provide the visibility tools...

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