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StorageNewsletter’s Editor’s Choice for the most promising storage start-ups

January 24, 2011

Jean-Jacques Maleval’s (Esteemed editor of www.storagenewsletter.com) pick of the storage start-ups bunch. Congratulations to :

  1. Nimble Storage storage, backup, and DR into a single iSCSI solution with SSDs and HDDs
  2. Nimbus Data Systems storage subsystem with SSD only
  3. ExaGrid Systems de-dupe
  4. SandForce SSD processor
  5. Mimecast email management including archiving, discovery, continuity, security and policy
  6. Fusion-io PCI SSD
  7. Axxana asynchronous replication with no data loss over any geographical distance
  8. Violin Memory DRAM and flash RAID appliance
  9. GreenBytes de-dupe for primary storage and backup
  10. Pliant Technology enterprise flash SAS SSD
  11. Amplidata RAID by storing data across a selection of disks
  12. Veeam Software agentless data protection for VMware
  13. Scale Computing clustered disk-storage solution for SMBs
  14. Avere Systems tiered NAS appliances
  15. InQuinox appliance for Symantec de-dupe software

We also like Actifio, Cloud Engines, Coraid, CTERA Networks, Druva Software, GridIron, Kaminario Technologies, Locust Storage, Lortu Software, Memopal, Nasuni, NextIO, Permabit, RethinkDB, Scale Computing, Scality, Terasky, Virsto Software, VirtenSys and Virtual Instruments.

Full story here: http://www.storagenewsletter.com/news/business/most-promising-storage-start-ups

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