To date, Nexenta has more than 5,000 commercial and community users of NexentaStor, its award-winning enterprise SDS solution and has strategically impacted the storage industry through the benefit of lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
NexentaStor has been widely adopted across most market sectors worldwide; anywhere where scalability, storage management and costs are of significant concern to the end user. Demonstrating the global uptake of SDS, sixty percent of Nexenta’s revenues now come from outside the
The report highlights that the emergence of SDS will help to address top CIO and IT concerns around convergence, big data, hybrid architectures, cloud, and agnostic platforms, while helping companies to avoid vendor lock-in, and achieve performance and scalability - all with attractive economics.
1IDC, Hot Vendors: Nexenta — Helping to Define the Software-Defined Enterprise, Doc # RS53W,
Nexenta is the global leader in Software Defined Storage. Nexenta delivers secure, easily-managed, highly available, reliable, and scalable storage software solutions via ultra-low TCO. Nexenta solutions are hardware-, protocol-, workload-, and app-agnostic, providing innovation freedom for organizations to realize "true" benefits of Cloud Computing via virtualization-enabled Software Defined Data Centers. Nexenta enables workloads from rich media-driven Social Media to Mobility; from Internet of Things to Big Data. Built on an "open source platform," Nexenta delivers award- and patent-winning software-only unified storage management solutions with a global channel partner network. For more information, visit www.nexenta.com
Most Popular Stories
- Obama Administration Releases Proposal to Regulate For-Profit Colleges
- Koch Brothers Step up Anti-Obamacare Campaign
- Elizabeth Vargas' Husband Marc Cohn Addresses Rumors
- Keurig Adds Peet's coffee, Alters Starbucks deal
- Quiznos Files for Chapter 11
- U.S. to Relinquish Gov't Control Over Internet
- Vybz Kartel Convicted of Murder
- SoCalGas Reaches Record Spend on Diversity Suppliers
- U.S. Consumer Sentiment Falls in Early March
- FDIC Sues Big Banks Over Rate Manipulation