SANTA CLARA, Calif. & HANNOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced that it will be showcasing its Software-Defined Storage portfolio at CeBIT on March 16th – 20th 2015.
Nexenta will be participating with top German reseller EUROstor and global provider of end-to-end computing solutions, Supermicro (@Supermicro_SMCI) by offering demos on its latest disruptive storage technologies. EUROstor develops, manufactures and sells high quality storage systems for large and medium enterprises, research centers and universities. CeBIT attendees can experience the range of solutions including NexentaStor, NexentaConnect software suite and NexentaEdge, the industry’s first software-only scale out block and object storage solution for multi-petabyte enterprise and cloud solutions. Nexenta will be at stand D52 with both EUROstor and Supermicro.
“With Software-Defined Storage making the headlines recently, we are ahead of the wave with our customized Storage Server based on NexentaStor,” said Wolfgang Bauer, Technical Director at EUROstor. “Our customers are looking for a solution that has not only great performance but also comes within budget. NexentaStor is the benchmark for Software-Defined Storage and we are excited to show visitors what it can achieve for them.”
“Supermicro offers the Industry’s widest range of Green Computing solutions optimized for next generation Software Defined Data Centers,” said Wally Liaw, Sr. Vice President of Sales at Supermicro. “With partners such as Nexenta deploying software defined scale-out and object storage solutions across our 2U/4U SuperStorage and VMware certified EVO: RAIL™ and Virtual SAN platforms, customers are enabled with the best performance, density, efficiency and reliability required to meet their exact unified storage infrastructure requirements.”
“CeBIT is a key trade show for Nexenta. Every year we meet many local German partners, potential partners from DACH, and prospective customers,” said Mark Jordan, VP, GM, EMEA at Nexenta. “Teaming up with our key partners helps us to demonstrate how Software-Defined Storage, specifically Open Source technology, can help businesses overcome their current and future storage challenges.”
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Nexenta is the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) with 6,000+ customers, 1,000+ partners, 30+ patents, and more than 1,000 petabytes of storage under management. Nexenta uniquely integrates software-only “Open Source” collaboration with commodity hardware-centric “Software-Defined Storage” innovation. Nexenta OpenSDS solutions are 100% software-based; and 100% hardware-, protocol-, and app-agnostic providing organizations with Total Freedom protecting them against punitive vendor lock-in. Nexenta provides organizations with the "true" benefits of Software-Defined Everything-centric Cloud Computing – from data centers to end users; from the infrastructure to apps. Nexenta OpenSDS enables everyday apps from rich media-driven Social Living to Mobility; from the Internet of Things to Big Data; from OpenStack and CloudStack to Do-It-Yourself Cloud deployments – for all types of Clouds – Private, Public, and Hybrid. Founded around an "Open Source” platform and industry-disrupting vision, Nexenta delivers its award- and patent-winning software-only unified storage management solutions with a global partner network, including Cisco, Citrix, Dell, HP, Quanta, SanDisk, Seagate, Supermicro, VMware, Western Digital, Wipro, and many others.
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