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Active Archive

Active Archive is a combined solution of open systems applications, disk and tape hardware that allows users to access all of their data, and gives you an effortless means to store and manage all of your data.

It sounds interesting, but how well is it working and who’s using it?

Original title and link: Active Archive (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)

via: http://www.activearchive.com/what_is_active_archive