It's once again time for your enterprise storage salmagundi of the week
Bits and bytes from across the industry rounded up in one handy spot
Busy backupper Code42 is growing. It says it has enjoyed 50 per cent recurring year-over-year growth for the past three years, and surpassed $100m in business revenue.
It says more than 47,000 business and education customers, representing 2.4 million users worldwide, use Code42 to protect more than 100 petabytes of data.
Ten of the world's twenty most-valuable brands and seven of the eight Ivy League Universities use Code42.
It has had 100 per cent growth in headcount over the past 12 months, to 524 employees. President and CEO Joe Payne is driving an expanding business.
Crossbar will say what it thinks about the current state of ReRAM technology and targeted applications for embedded and stand-alone non-volatile memory products at the Flash Memory Summit on August 8‑10.
Starting its commercialization phase, Crossbar will demonstrate several ReRAM chips and development tools for high-capacity, low-latency storage systems.
Technical demos with ReRAM products will show massive battery energy savings for IoT and wearables applications, and outstanding performance on data center server applications will be shown at Crossbar's booth – #219.
This all-flash array supplier tells us it has achieved the highest score for three out of five use cases – including Online Transaction Processing, Analytics, and High Performance Computing – in Gartner's all-flash array Critical Capabilities report. This is a set of companion research notes to Gartner Magic Quadrant.
Kaminario was also recognized with the second-highest scores for Server Virtualization and Virtual Desktop Infrastructure use cases. It's so pleased, that it's made the Critical Capabilities report available here (registration required).
Hyper-converged infrastructure supplier Pivot3 says its vSTAC platform is certified with VMware's Horizon Cloud.
Customers can deploy virtual desktops and applications to thousands of users in less than an hour.
Pivot3 has more than 2,000 customers around the world deploying more than 16,000 hyperconverged infrastructures in industries such as video surveillance, healthcare, government, transportation, entertainment, education, gaming and retail.