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Infinidat Crosses 6 Exabyte Milestone for Total Storage Deployed

February 27, 2020

INFINIDAT, INFINIBOX, STORAGE

Infinidat Crosses 6 Exabyte Milestone for Total Storage Deployed

Enterprise Storage Leader Also Upgrades Software, Substantially Increasing Customer Value At Scale

Infinidat, the leading provider of multi-petabyte data storage solutions, has announced that it has deployed more than 6 Exabytes in global storage capacity. Moving from 5 Exabytes to over 6 Exabytes in less than six months reflects the rapid growth in the market for large, high-availability storage systems and Infinidat’s continued success delivering high-quality, mission-critical solutions. 

This is a huge achievement for Infinidat, one that validates the fact that our emphasis on disruptive economics, ease of use and delivering storage at scale is resonating with the market,” said Brian Carmody, Chief Technology Officer, Infinidat. “Our customers are focused on implementing business initiatives that create a competitive advantage and improve operational efficiency by simplifying their storage infrastructures. With Infinidat, they don’t worry about availability or performance because they know that 100% data availability and sub-millisecond response times are intrinsic to our solutions.”

More capacity and faster growth

Infinidat’s total storage deployed is more capacity than the top eight all-flash array (AFA) vendors shipped in 2019. Infinidat deployed over 1 Exabyte in less than six months – 50% faster growth than the nine months prior. The continued demand for petabyte-scale systems is expected to accelerate Infinidat’s growth in customers and total storage deployment.

InfiniBox storage systems were developed to serve customers’ high-capacity needs as the amount of data that users generate and store continues to grow at double-digit rates. Customers of all sizes and industries have improved their cost of operation and staff productivity by consolidating large numbers of storage arrays onto InfiniBox.

Improvements of InfiniBox Storage Software

Infinidat also announced today that InfiniBox Storage Software Release 5.0.11 is now available – free to all customers with currently maintained InfiniBox systems. R5.0.11 delivers new features that improve overall performance, availability and enhance data protection to further deliver on the vision for the Infinidat Elastic Data Fabric. The improvements include replication with Active-Active Consistency Groups, support for the FIPS-140-2 federal data protection standard and laying the foundation for the next generation of the Neural Cache engine.

For more information on Infinidat products contact storage@asbis.com

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