Grau Data und Cristie Data gehen eine strategische Entwicklungspartnerschaft ein. Cristie übernimmt den Vertrieb der Grau-Lösungen als Teil des Geschäftsbereichs Distribution und Partnervertrieb.
Cristie Bare Machine Recovery für IBM Tivoli – TBMR wird angezeigt. Es ist die konsequente Weiterentwicklung der Cristie Disaster Recovery Lösung. Das Wiederherstellungsmedium wird von Linux auf Windows PE umgestellt. Auf dem Medium stehen nun verschiedene TSM-Backup-Clients zur Verfügung.
2019 - Grau Data and Cristie Data enter into a strategic development partnership. Cristie takes on the distribution of the Grau solutions as part of the Distribution and Partner Sales division.
2018 - A close partnership with StrongBox Data Solution Inc. creates the Cristie solution for cognitive data management - CCM - Cristie Cognitive Data Management.
Cristie Data founds the DiPa - Distribution & Partnersales division.
2017 - The Cristie Project Archive and the Cristie Project Archive as a Service - CPA are launched in Germany. CPA is the solution for project-based long-term storage of files.
2016 - The company is renamed from Cristie Data Products GmbH to Cristie Data GmbH. The new name reflects the company's wide range of solutions and services.
The Cristie Media Warehouse - CMW service is established in Germany. A professional service for the storage and long-term storage of media.
Cristie Backup Solution - CBS - appears on the German market. The service is a combination of an IBM Spectrum license model, Cristie TBMR and other applications and services.
2014 - Cristie Bare Machine Recovery for Commvault Simpana - SBMR appears on the market. Cristie responds to a recurring request for Commvault support.
2013 - Cristie surpasses 150,000 installations of Cristie disaster recovery solutions.
Avamar Bare Machine Recovery - ABMR the disaster recovery solution for EMC Avamar is released.
In the same year the Cristie Clone Manager and the Recovery Simulator appear.
2008 - Cristie Bare Machine Recovery for IBM Tivoli - TBMR appears. It is the consistent further development of the Cristie Disaster Recovery solution. The recovery medium will be switched from Linux to Windows PE. Various TSM backup clients are now available on the medium.
2007 - Cristie Bare Machine Recovery for EMC NetWorker - NBMR for Windows is released. The solution is integrated directly into the EMC NetWorker as a “plug-in”. NBMR for Linux will be released shortly after the Windows version.
2005 - Worldwide there are now more than 50,000 installations from Cristie with disaster recovery solutions on a wide variety of systems.
2004 - CBMR for Linux is released. The solution has the same range of functions as CBMR for Windows.
2003 - Cristie Bare Machine Recovery - CBMR for Windows is released. The first solution that can restore systems on different hardware. The solution is also distributed by IBM. It integrates seamlessly with the IBM Tivoli Storage Manager.
Cristie is the first company to offer software that can perform a complete, automated recovery on dissimilar hardware.
2002 - The first Cristie Storage Arrays are sold under the name "Cristie Gigastream" in Germany.
2001 - StorTrec was founded.
2000 - Cristie Electronics GmbH is renamed Cristie Data Products GmbH. The company's activities and business areas are clearly reflected in the new name.
The PC-Bax solution for Windows will appear on the market this year.
1999 - The first Cristie office in southern Germany opens in Großwallstadt.
1994 - Foundation of Cristie Electronics GmbH in Düsseldorf at Königsallee 1.
1990s - The focus on data security solutions for companies begins. Further development of the SDB software for OS / 2. New development of the PC-BAX software for data backup and automatic restoration of OS / 2 systems.
The company begins developing and marketing its own tape streamers and autoloaders.
1980s - Cristie's entry into the professional IT sector begins with the self-developed SDB backup software for DOS and Novell Netware.
1970s - The development and sale of data logger systems for the maritime industry begins.
1969 - Cristie Electronics Ltd is founded in Stroud, England. The company is named after the wife of the company founder "Cristie".
Cristie Electronics works, among other things, on the control of unmanned missiles.