Metiix de-duplicates occurs at the variable block level at the Metiix client before transmission to the Metiix Cloud. De-duplication occurs prior to any data leaving the server for the smallest transfers possible. No appliances are necessary to accomplish the de-duplication process. This de-duplication process uses the least amount of disk space possible for storing long term online history.


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