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Archiving company picks EMC storage

Iron Mountain, a company that specializes in archiving electronic records, has selected EMC Symmetrix and Celerra data-storage products, the companies said this week. Over the last year, Iron Mountain has bought 10 terabytes of capacity using the top-end Symmetrix product. Data archiving is growing more important, with electronic documents in lawsuits and with new Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, EMC said.

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Iron Mountain, a company that specializes in archiving electronic records, has selected EMC Symmetrix and Celerra data-storage products, the companies said this week. Over the last year, Iron Mountain has bought 10 terabytes of capacity using the top-end Symmetrix product.

Data archiving is growing more important, with electronic documents in lawsuits and with new Securities and Exchange Commission regulations, EMC said.