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Although the consolidation from discrete physical servers to virtual servers has made it possible for many organizations to configure an affordable remote Disaster Recovery (DR) site, the inter-site traffic to keep the DR location current soon grows to be a problem. The volume of updates from newly created virtual machines at the primary site can rapidly climb to the point where they exceed the line's capacity to transmit them. The overload causes the DR site to fall behind more and more, exposing companies to unacceptable data loss in the event of a disaster. Some customers' first thoughts were to upgrade to higher speed lines.
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