In Spain, Hitachi Vantara experienced a 35% increase in its fiscal year compared to the previous year. Despite the economic uncertainty, the company managed to improve its results thanks to the improvement in the banking business and public spending.
Also the growth of Mid-Range solutions (VSP e-Series) has been strong, increasing at a rate of 20%. Such solutions enable customers to establish a data warehouse foundation that is ready to meet the challenges of hybrid cloud deployment.
“We work closely with industry-leading providers to offer complete and secure cloud solutions. In addition, we strive to protect organizations against cyber threats and reduce greenhouse gas emissions in our products”, explains Antonio Espuela, Technical Sales Director for Spain, Portugal and Italy.
Hitachi Vantara: hybrid cloud, resilience and sustainable technology
After consolidating its growth situation in the Spanish market and with the aim of continuing to make progress for the next fiscal year, Hitachi Vantara has identified three challenges and strategic trends on which to focus:
- hybrid cloud has become a fundamental approach. The “all in the cloud” model as the only operating model has shown limitations and has shown the way to continue sharing services between the public cloud and the client’s data center. The hybrid cloud model continues to grow, according to CISCO data, 82% of organizations have already adopted hybrid cloud, with an expected average growth of the hybrid cloud market of 20.6% until 2027, according to the Global Hybrid Cloud Market. CISION report
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- optimize resilience and confidence in IT operations. According to Hitachi Vantara research, 79% of organizations suffered from ransomware attacks in the past year, with cloud-based data and storage systems being the most vulnerable environments. To address this challenge, Hitachi Vantara offers solutions that not only protect organizations against cyber threats, but also enable them to efficiently recover from ransomware and other types of cyberattacks.
- sustainability and technological efficiency. The exponential growth of the data economy has led to an increase in electricity consumption by data centers around the world, accounting for approximately 4% of total greenhouse gas emissions. Recognizing this, Hitachi Vantara has continuously worked to reduce greenhouse gas emissions throughout the life cycle of its systems.
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