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The 2020 Tech Innovator Awards

The delivery of truly differentiated offerings that create opportunities for partners during this unprecedented period is the crowning achievement of our 2020 Tech Innovators.

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Storage-Software-Defined

Winner:

IBM Storage Suite For IBM Cloud Paks

As an all-inclusive suite of software-defined storage offerings, the IBM Storage Suite for IBM Cloud Paks covers data resources for everything from file to object to block. The suite provides an out-of-the-box storage layer for simplified setup and is highly flexible with support for Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift along with IBM Cloud Paks. The offering also provides strong performance at any scale—and for every workload. Ultimately, the IBM Storage Suite for IBM Cloud Paks brings increased reliability, flexibility and performance while accelerating a customer’s shift to the cloud.

Finalists:

DataCore vFilO

DataCore vFilO provides a scale-out global file system—which simplifies data access across diverse NAS appliances, file servers and object stores—through assimilating data under a global namespace. Regardless of where the data is stored, as long as it’s available under the global namespace, vFilO enables the data to be retrieved rapidly.

Lightbits LightOS 2.0

Lightbits LightOS 2.0 is a software-defined block storage offering that delivers high-performance, scale-out and redundant NVMe/TCP storage that performs like local flash. LightOS also brings features more often associated with SAN such as thin provisioning, compression and selectable redundancy levels.

 

 
 
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