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13 Mar 2017 Nexenta Recognized on CRN's Inaugural Software-Defined Data Center 50 List [61600]
Nexenta, March 13th, 2017

Nexenta Offers Enterprises the Industry's First Hardware- and Protocol-agnostic Software-Defined Storage (SDS) Portfolio; Delivering Complete Freedom from Storage Hardware Vendor Lock-in

Santa Clara, CA, March 13, 2017 - Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS),announced today that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Nexenta to its 2017 Software-Defined Data Center 50 list. This inaugural list recognizes channel-friendly companies that provide some of the most innovative data center technology available.

Selected by CRN editors, the 2017 Software-Defined Data Center 50 list recognizes technology vendors that are leading the way in meeting a growing need for state-of-the-art offerings that virtualize infrastructure and deliver it as a service. These vendors are instrumental in helping solution providers select and deploy the right tools for building virtualized environments-a critical first step in transitioning customers to the cloud. In addition to honoring vendors for outstanding products and services, the list serves as a valuable guide for solution providers looking for best-in-class software-defined data center technology suppliers.

CRN editors select companies for the Software-Defined Data Center 50 list on the basis of multiple criteria, including each company's overall impact on the market, its influence on the channel as a whole, and the desirability of the technology and services it makes available to its partners.
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08 Mar 2017 Software-Defined Storage: It's Real But Defining It Can Be A Real Trick [61327]
Enterprise Storage Forum, March 8th, 2017

"If you Google 'software-defined storage' (SDS) you'll come across some good informative articles. You'll also come across equally informative articles that complain about the term, charging it with being more a marketing gimmick than a technical term.

Software-defined storage is certainly a broad term. Various storage vendors define SDS quite differently for different segments of the market.

Let's start with the foundational definition of SDS and see how vendor products fit..."
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06 Mar 2017 Leading Open Source-Driven Software-Defined Storage Company Recognized on CRN's Data Center 100 List [61379]
Nexenta, February 27th, 2017

Nexenta announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Nexenta to its 2017 Data Center 100 list. This annual list recognizes technology suppliers that excel at powering, supporting and protecting the complex and demanding data centers on which today's businesses rely.

CRN editors select companies for the Data Center 100 list on the basis of multiple criteria, including each company's overall impact on the market, its influence on the channel as a whole, and the types of technology and services it makes available to its partners.

In addition to recognizing technology suppliers for outstanding products and services, the Data Center 100 serves as a valuable guide for solution providers looking for best-in-class vendors providing data center infrastructure, data center management tools, software-defined data center technology and data center services.

With over 1,500 petabytes under management, Nexenta was selected for its enterprise class scale-up and scale-out storage solutions that are flexible, scalable and cost-effective. Nexenta's storage software delivers unified file, block and object storage for all-flash, hybrid and all-disk configurations. Because Nexenta is software-only, customers have the freedom to choose from easy to deploy pre-configured appliances or select customizable certified reference architectures that fit specific use cases. Overall, Nexenta SDS enables organizations to simplify their storage management at a lower TCO.
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15 Feb 2017 Solutions Provider Peak 10 Deploys Storage Smarter with All-Flash SDS to Improve Efficiency and Performance [60704]
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Imagine what it would be like if you dramatically increased your storage performance, reduced latency and provided superior service to your customers all at a lower TCO.

Peak 10, a national IT service provider achieved all of this and more with NexentaStor and the SanDisk InfiniFlash. As a result, Peak 10:

  • Lowered TCO by 35+% relative to their legacy storage
  • Met predefined performance, agility, and cost goals by deploying NexentaStor
  • Significantly reduced their storage latency variability
  • Reduced in rack space requirements by over 90% and energy consumption by 75%

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30 Jan 2017 4 Software-Defined Storage Trends [60179]
NetworkComputing, January 30th, 2017

"As enterprises move towards the software-defined data center (SDDC), many of them are deploying software-defined storage (SDS). According to Markets and Markets, the software-defined storage market was worth $4.72 billion in 2016, and it could increase to $22.56 billion by 2021. That's a 36.7% compound annual growth rate.

Enterprises are attracted to SDS for two key reasons: flexibility and cost. SDS abstracts the storage software away from the hardware on which it runs. That gives organizations a lot more options, including the freedom to change vendors as they see fit and the ability to choose low-cost hardware. SDS solutions also offer management advantages that help enterprises reduce their total cost of ownership (TCO)..."
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