Enterprise Storage

Arxys Launches With New Software Orchestrated Storage Platforms

Arxys today announces the launch of its new brand and new storage platforms. Arxys, formerly Cutting Edge Networked Storage, delivers new Software Orchestrated Storage solutions built upon a 25-year track record of successful customer centric installations.

Today's launch brings nMarket proportions have gradually declined in the global server market over the last year. With the increasing growth of hyperscale data centers, companies are finding it difficult to hold on to their traditional customer footprint.


Congruity360 Amplifies Cloud-Consulting Expertise via Acquisition of NextGen Storage

Congruity360, a leading provider of professional and fully managed services for enterprise data management, continues to strategically expand its suite of offerings with its latest acquisition of NextGen Storage (NextGen), a hybrid-cloud consulting and vendor-sourcing services firm. NextGen's cloud-integrated data storage and data management technologies, coupled with software-defined cloud-interconnect services, better positions Congruity360 as a leading innovator with an enhanced value proposition in distributed data management.


OSNEXUS and Pogo Linux Announce Hybrid Cloud Storage Solution for Microsoft Azure

OSNEXUS, the leading developer of grid-scale Software Defined Storage (SDS) solutions, and Pogo Linux, a leading provider of server and storage products, today announced a hybrid cloud storage solution that combines on-premise OSNEXUS based Pogo Linux Storage Director appliances with OSNEXUS QuantaStor Virtual Storage Appliances (VSAs) for Microsoft Azure.


Quantum Announces Entry-Level NAS End-to-End Appliance for Media Workflows

Quantum Corp. (NYSE: QTM) today announced Xcellis® Foundation, a high-performance, entry-level workflow storage system specifically designed to address the technical and budgetary requirements of small- to medium-sized postproduction facilities and corporate video departments. Based on Quantum's industry-leading StorNext® shared file system and data management platform, the new system delivers the benefits of enterprise-class Xcellis storage, including high performance and scalability, in a NAS appliance for under $25,000.


SoftIron Receives $7M Funding and Introduces Zero-Risk Storage

SoftIron®, the creator of zero-risk enterprise data storage, recently completed a $7 million funding round led by Earth Capital Partners (ECP) through its Nobel Sustainability Fund initiative. ECP invests in sustainable technology sectors to accelerate companies for growth, expansion, and acquisition. ECP made the investment because SoftIron has re-designed enterprise storage from the ground up to be highly energy efficient while delivering outstanding performance.


Veritas Appoints David Noy to Drive the Company's Software-Defined Storage Portfolio

Veritas Technologies today announced that David Noy has joined the company as vice president of product management. Noy will oversee product management for the Veritas Software-Defined Storage (SDS) and Appliances portfolios, as well as the appliances support, manufacturing and supply-chain functions.

Noy joins Veritas from Dell EMC Isilon, where he was vice president of product management and marketing, leading the product management team to develop and execute on product strategy and roadmaps.


viLogics announces Data Protection (viDPaaS) - Powered by Cohesity DataPlatform

viLogics, Inc. announced today on stage at #VMworld a comprehensive partnership with Cohesity, the pioneer of hyperconverged secondary storage. The Managed Services offering is designed to satisfy the business requirements and expectations of today's most demanding environments.

By utilizing Cohesity DataPlatform, viLogics now offers an industry-leading secondary storage solution in a simple, scale-out architecture, on a very cost-effective platform for your business that includes automated data protection,


Server Hosting Companies Rally behind Leaders HPE and Dell

Market proportions have gradually declined in the global server market over the last year. With the increasing growth of hyperscale data centers, companies are finding it difficult to hold on to their traditional customer footprint. According to a Gartner report, in the third quarter of 2016, worldwide server revenue declined 5.8 percent year over year, and shipments declined 2.6 percent from the third quarter of 2015.