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Netapp and Ducati renew their partnership for the World Championship

NetApp and Ducati: the team from Borgo Panigale (Bologna), constructors’ world champion in MotoGP in 2022, and the international company that works on data and cloud, renew their technical and commercial agreements for work within the World Championship.

NetApp, a global data-driven and cloud-centric company, announced at the end of the MotoGP 2021 World Championship race in Valencia that it will continue to collaborate with the Ducati Cor teamself. In fact, for the next two years, NetApp will contribute to the growth and efficiency of Ducati’s performance in the Moto GP world championship, the most prestigious motorcycle competition in the world.

The collaboration between Ducati (part of the Volkswagen Group), in particular with its Ducati Corse division, and NetApp started in 2018 with the aim of exploiting the full potential of data in the world of racing motorcycle. NetApp and Ducati are expanding their collaboration to accelerate digital transformation:

– Optimizing the design with 3D techniques in the context of complex projects, implementing a new virtual desktop environment, which facilitates collaboration between engineers and developers, to manage, exploit and store data more securely and easily, using the object storage capabilities of NetApp StorageGRID;

– Automating the flow of data between the various teams before, during and after the races, both on
given that remotely to optimize information and exploit it to win;

– Supporting evolutionof the entire IT architecture and strategy through
close collaboration between Ducati and NetApp Professional Services teams.

“We are delighted to be able to continue our partnership with NetApp, which has developed very well over the past four years,” said Luigi Dall’Igna, General Manager of Ducati Corse. “We look forward to continuing to work together to maximize our performance through the use of data in motorcycle racing.”

“Leading a winning team requires trying new approaches to be successful and beat the competition”, said Cesar Cernuda, president of NetApp. “Our partnership and with Ducati Corse is really fruitful and the team has secured three of the top five places in the world rankings this year. We are proud to support their relentless data-driven digital transformation ”.

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