The 10 Coolest Storage Startups Of 2013 (So Far)

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CEO: Dave Wright

SolidFire, developer of all-solid-state storage solutions, was busy in the first half of 2013 trying to get its technology into as many clouds as possible.

Boulder, Colo.-based SolidFire this year introduced a plug-in that automatically allows its solid-state storage system to work in Apache CloudStack environments. The company, which this year introduced support for its block storage technology with the latest OpenStack software release, codenamed Grizzly, also unveiled plans to participate in Red Hat's OpenStack Cloud Infrastructure Partner Network by implementing a guaranteed block storage performance for its cloud infrastructure.

SolidFire this year also demonstrated support for the use of all-solid-state storage systems in Citrix CloudPlatform-based cloud infrastructures, and also received certification for Rackspace Private Cloud Software powered by OpenStack.


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