Alliances of MSPL

Mr. Gautam Varma the director of magic system having more than ten years of experience in networking and networking security. With his expertise of networking solution all the alliances of magic system are very secure and reliable. Our alliances are not only providing network solution but it is a kind of secure reliable and easy to operate network solution.



Tandberg - 75 Years of Manufacturing Excellence

Tandberg Data was established in 1979 as a separate data division when the Tandberg Radio Factory was dissolved into separate entities. At this same time, several other organizations carrying the Tandberg name were established, each pursuing different business opportunities.

Tandberg Data is a leading global supplier of data protection solutions for small and medium-sized businesses. The company’s wide selection of business-grade storage solutions includes disk-based appliances, tape-based solutions, including drives, autoloaders, libraries and media, removable disk and software for backup, archiving and deduplication.

Tandberg Data solutions work with all major operating systems and software applications.  Marketed exclusively through a global channel of qualified resellers and distributors, Tandberg Data also partners with major server OEMs, including Apple, Fujitsu, HP, Hitachi, IBM, Maxell, NEC and Toshiba.

Tandberg Data operates regional headquarters in Germany, the United States and Singapore, has sales offices in the United Kingdom, France, Norway, China, India and Japan, and owns manufacturing facilities in China

Tandberg Data has a legacy of manufacturing excellence and innovation dating back to the Tandberg Radio Factory founded in 1933. This legacy has fostered a culture of engineering innovation leading to Tandberg Data's breakthrough in magnetic recording technology and in particular the development of the Tandberg SLR - Scalable Linear Recording - tape storage product platform.

Throughout the 1980's Tandberg Data introduced several information storage products based on the QIC (Quarter Inch Cartridge) standard, these included products ranging from 20MB in 1980 to 1GB in 1989. During this same period the organization also developed a significant business in the area of data terminals. However, tape information storage products contributed the greatest portion of earnings by 1987. Tandberg Data also established subsidiary locations in Germany, France and USA during the 1980's.

In the 1990's the company expanded its worldwide presence by establishing subsidiary locations in Japan, Singapore and the UK. Also during this time, the company incorporated LCD video projectors into their product portfolio. This diversification ended in 1996 when Tandberg Data shifted to 100% focus on information storage products, focusing heavily on tape.

In October 2003 Tandberg Data demerged, splitting out its core tape development group into a seperate public listed company; Tandberg Storage ASA (ticker= TST). In 2006, Tandberg Data acquired Exabyte Corporation, further enhancing Tandberg Data’s product portfolio and coverage in the US market.

In the subsequent years, the company introduced various tape solutions, with tape libraries scaling up to 182TB. The focus of the company broadened to a wider set of data protection solutions as it introduced various disk based products, including its removable disk solution, the RDX QuikStor, in 2007, and the DPS1000 Series Virtual Tape Libraries in 2009.

In November 2008, Tandberg Data integrated the tape development group back into the company by acquiring Tandberg Storage. This was followed by a restructuring in April 2009. Tandberg Data Holdings S.à.r.l. became the new, privately owned holding company and the Tandberg Data subsidiaries continued their operations across EMEA, the Americas, APAC and Japan.

Since then, the company has continued its focus on providing end-to-end data protection solutions to small and medium businesses and enterprises, with introduction of a complete data protection software suite and disk systems.