The 10 Hottest Data Storage Startups Of 2022 (So Far)
Joseph F. Kovar
Here are 10 data storage startups looking to stand out in a world where traditional storage growth is quickly giving way to the growth in cloud-based storage.
CEO: Jacob Cherian
Headquarters: New York and Tel Aviv, Israel
Ionir, which develops container-native data services for Kubernetes, was founded in 2020 when investors C5 Capital and Jerusalem Venture Partners invested $11 million the company formerly known as Reduxio. The company’s technology lets businesses instantly move across clusters or across the planet with all the required services including data protection, performance, persistence, mobility, and deduplication.