Cyber Innovation Labs, a specialist provider of enterprise-class managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service, and NEC (News - Alert) Corporation of America (NEC), jointly introduced Cloud in a Vault (CiaV) for deploying advanced "big data" analytics. With a host of customers from the healthcare, government, education, and hospitality sector, NEC has established itself as a leading provider and integrator of innovative IT, biometrics, network, and communications products, and solutions.
In a statement, Jack Pressman, CEO and Managing Director of Cyber Innovation Labs, said that, "Cloud in a Vault not only addresses the big data demands of companies within the financial, healthcare, legal, government and educational verticals, but also fulfills their requirements for enterprise security, audit, compliance, ease of use, interoperability, and budget. CiaV plays a critical role in the capture, storage, and retrieval of big data sets, enabling organizations to make informed, mission-critical business decisions by providing them with streamlined access to their data. CiaV Big Data provides a scalable, high availability platform for 1 PB to 100 PB Big Data applications at zero CAPEX. It is a fully managed OPEX (News - Alert) that delivers a cost per PB below industry comparable products."
Irrespective of the type of organization, big data for predictive analytics has become vital. Within most organizations support for such huge and often complex data sets requires reliable and cost-effective computing support along with adequate storage capabilities and flexibility.
CiaV has been developed as a fully dedicated, managed, and scalable private cloud solution which incorporates NEC's Nblock integrated IT infrastructure along with security, compliance, and monitoring capabilities within a hosted environment.
Using CiaV, organizations can now easily align business projects with infrastructure costs via optimized allocation of required infrastructure. Furthermore, they can do this with monthly operational expenses and incurring zero capital expenses for equipment. CiaV offers on-demand access to resources and supports functions such as processing, delivery, and archiving of big data sets.
In addition to offering high scalability and performance capabilities of the platform, CiaV leverages NEC technology for providing reliable storage, recovery of large and complex data sets, and disaster recovery situations.