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Emerging Storage Vendors To Know In 2019

As part of CRN's Emerging Vendors for 2019, here are 13 hot storage and disaster recovery startups, founded in 2013 or later, that solution providers should be aware of.

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Storbyte

Founded: 2014

Top Executive: Steve Groenke, CEO

Storbyte manufactures enterprise storage arrays that offer performance, power management, reliability, density, efficiency, flexibility and affordability. Its line of hardware-defined storage products is designed with a patented, abstracted command and control capability layer over a commodity-based, multi-mode, direct chip-access architecture.

 

 

Vexata

Founded: 2014

Top Executive: Zahid Hussain, Founder, CEO

Vexata provides active data infrastructure, based on non-volatile memory flash storage technology, that accelerates data I/O-intensive applications. Vexata was just acquired by StorCentric, that company's fourth acquisition in less than a year.

 

Wasabi Technologies

Founded: 2015

Top Executive: David Friend, Founder, President, CEO

Wasabi Hot Cloud Storage provides enterprise-class cloud storage that is one-fifth the price of major cloud vendors and operates up to six times faster. The Storage-as-a-Service startup, created by the founders of Carbonite, recently launched the Wasabi Partner Network program.

 
 
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