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what was the predecessor  for this product ?
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RecoverPoint was originally called Kashya. EMC acquired Kashya in May 2006. RecoverPoint/Kashya was originally developed as a WAN acceleration product (it typically achieves 6:1 compression ratios on replicated data) and then morphed into the data protection product it is today.
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EXACTLY
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Thanks! Glad I could help.
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