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NetApp Powers Ducati’s Data-Driven Team for the MotoGP Championship 2019

NetApp Bangalore Campus

07 February 2019, India:

NetApp, today announced that the company will renew its official sponsorship of the Ducati Team in the 2019 MotoGP World Championship, enabling the digital transformation of motorcycle racing.

The new Ducati MotoGP team was presented officially on Friday, January 18, in Neuchâtel (Switzerland). Data-driven technological developments on the racing bikes will boost the performance of factory riders Andrea Dovizioso and Danilo Petrucci, supported by test rider Michele Pirro.

As a data-driven company, Ducati began its partnership with NetApp last year to take advantage of the full potential of data in racing within the Ducati Corse division. It recently expanded the partnership to analyze vast amounts of data throughout its business, including in logistics, marketing and customer relationship management.

Brett Roscoe, VP of product management at NetApp, said, “We closely collaborated with Ducati’s IT team to understand its need for a cutting-edge data management infrastructure. NetApp HCI immediately overhauls Ducati’s data management and cloud infrastructure to build a powerful, modern IT framework. The NetApp HCI solution aids the IT team in critical decision making and implementing operational efficiencies in bike production and other business areas.”

Konstantin Kostenarov, CTO of Ducati Motor Holding, said, “Using data management solutions with integrated data protection and disaster recovery design helps us to manage development without duplicating our efforts. And it allows Ducati IT to focus on our business priorities for the future, both in racing and in production.”

Stefano Rendina, IT manager of Ducati Corse, said, “With NetApp flash solutions, we will be able to guarantee quicker responses to every business instance as well as increase the speed of our prototyping and go-to-market.

Stefano Rendina added, “[NetApp] HCI has been rapidly implemented thanks to the support of NetApp Professional Services and will help us build the future model to manage our three manufacturing facilities in addition to multiple business offices worldwide.”

Through the partnership, NetApp’s engineers are working closely with Ducati’s IT team to optimize their data fabric and meet the motorcycle manufacturer’s unique, rapidly expanding data storage and data management needs.

The MotoGP Championship will start in Losail (Qatar) on March 10, celebrating the first anniversary of the partnership.

(Image – NetApp)



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