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The CDP line consists of four appliances, the CDP 110, 210, 5040 and 6080, which support from 15 to 100 users and 5 to 15 servers and provide multiple disaster recovery options, automatic transparent backups and file versioning.

Supported operating systems include Windows XP, Windows Server 2000 and 2003 and Debian, Suse, Fedore Core and Redhat Linux. Server applications supported include Microsoft Exchange, SQL and Active Directory database.

In addition to backup on the appliance local drive, "disaster recovery" options are available for site-to-site mirroring, backup to an online data center service and "bare metal" restore for servers and clients.

The CDP Series is available December 15, 2008. Street pricing ranges from $1460 for the CDP 110 to $8030 for the CDP 6080.

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