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Thursday, June 20


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Infinidat Collaborates with Thales to Give Enterprise Storage Customers a Double Dose of Security

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WALTHAM, Mass., June 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinidat, the market’s leading provider of multi-petabyte data storage solutions, today announced a new integration between its InfiniBox storage system and the Thales SafeNet KeySecure platform. Infinidat’s multi-petabyte data storage platform already includes security features such as self-encrypting media leveraging AES-256 encryption, which recently passed NIST CMVP validation. “The integration of encryption capabilities from Infinidat’s multi-petabyte data storage platform with the management capabilities of the SafeNet KeySecure platform allows our joint clients to have unprecedented flexibility, ease of use, and compliance when securing their most important business asset – their data,” said Todd Moore, Vice President of Encryption Products for Thales’ cloud protection and licensing business. Further bolstering its data security measures, Infinidat today also announced that its cryptographic module for the InfiniBox and InfiniGuard has been granted Federal Information Processing Standards Publications (FIPS) 140-2 validation.

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Infinidat Cryptographic Module Achieves Federal Security Validation

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Receipt of FIPS 140-2 Designation Certifies Infinidat Data Protection Technologies' Security Levels Meet Strict Government Standard. WALTHAM, Mass., June 20, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinidat, the market’s leading provider of multi-petabyte data storage solutions, today announced that its cryptographic module for the InfiniBox and InfiniGuard has been awarded Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 validation. The standard is a joint effort by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in the United States and the Communications Security Establishment Canada (CSEC) under the Canadian government while gaining worldwide recognition as an important benchmark for third-party validation of cryptographic-enabled products of all kinds. To facilitate the certification process, Infinidat partnered with security certification solutions provider Corsec Security, Inc. For two decades Corsec has assisted companies through the IT security certification process for FIPS 140-2, Common Criteria and the Department of Defense’s APL.

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Monday, June 10


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Infinidat announces data rescue programme for IBM storage customers – IT News Africa – Up to date technology news, IT news, Digital news, Telecom news, Mobile news, Gadgets news, Analysis and Reports

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Infinidat recently announced a Data Rescue Program for IBM customers concerned by IBM’s shutdown of its storage innovation centre. “IBM created the high-end storage market, but aside from its commitment to storage for z/OS mainframes, layoffs at their Tel Aviv development centre and their lack of architectural innovation together show an apparent lack of commitment to the open systems storage market,” said Stan Zaffos, Senior Vice President at Infinidat. “For this reason, we are providing a no-cost, no-risk, migration onto InfiniBox, today’s gold standard in easy-to-use petabyte-scale storage systems.”. As part of the programme, every IBM customer, globally, with an active support contract for A9000/R, XIV, or other IBM storage solutions, is eligible for no-cost data migration to InfiniBox. “We can’t control what IBM chooses to do with great technology like XIV, but we can help customers, and we see this as a real opportunity for its customers to ensure their data storage needs are not interrupted,” said Dan Shprung, Infinidat EVP EMEA.

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Tuesday, June 04


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Infinidat Announces Data Rescue Program for IBM Storage Customers

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WALTHAM, Mass., June 04, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Infinidat, the market leader in multi-petabyte data storage solutions, today announced a Data Rescue Program for IBM customers concerned by IBM’s shutdown of its storage innovation center. “IBM created the high-end storage market, but aside from its commitment to storage for z/OS mainframes, layoffs at their Tel Aviv development center and their lack of architectural innovation together show an apparent lack of commitment to the open systems storage market,” said Stan Zaffos, Senior Vice President at Infinidat. “For this reason, we are providing a no-cost, no-risk, migration onto InfiniBox, today’s gold standard in easy-to-use petabyte-scale storage systems.”. As part of the program, every IBM customer, globally, with an active support contract for A9000/R, XIV, or other IBM storage solutions, is eligible for no-cost data migration to InfiniBox. The InfiniBox FLX program provides ultra-high performance, simple pay-as-you-go pricing, a 100% availability guarantee, and free total hardware refresh every three years – for life. For customers wishing to purchase the storage, Infinidat also offers a Capacity-on-Demand CapEx model to purchase what you use as you need it.

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Tuesday, May 28


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Prevailing on a path less taken, Infinidat upgrades software-led storage solutions - SiliconANGLE

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With new data economies come new demands for storage and data portability across on-premises and cloud-computing architectures. While technology’s service providers are anxious to emerge victorious in this multicloud world, Infinidat Inc. has taken the path less traveled to find a better way to support data by the exabyte. “As of this morning at least, Infinidat has a hair over 4.6 exabytes of customer data under management, which is just insanely cool,” said Brian Carmody (pictured), chief technology officer of Infinidat. The past year has seen significant growth for Infinidat, thanks to expansion opportunities beyond its core markets. While the company’s early traction was in consolidating storage solutions around its InfiniBox appliance for regulated industries, such as banking, Infinidat now sees growth in greenfield applications. Because customers are eager to engage their digital transformations, Infinidat has changed its workload support to meet market demands. Considered a “shared vision” between Infinidat and its customers, Elastic Data Fabric is a way to future-proof enterprise storage for the ever-evolving needs of a data-centric economy, according to Carmody.

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Tuesday, May 14


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Infinidat sidesteps Epic all-flash fail – Blocks and Files

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Infinidat is trialling a software-defined all-flash array to sit inside Infinibox. The high-end array maker developed the software in response to the requirement of Epic Systems, a prominent US healthcare software provider, that its health records application must use all-flash arrays. That rules out Infinidat, which uses disk-based architecture with memory caching in its Infinibox arrays. But the company has developed a cunning plan to get itself considered for certification for Epic Systems and other AFA-only specifiers. Infinidat’s Stanley Zaffos, SVP for product marketing, said in the Crowdchat that big software vendors “often dictate that their software only run on the fastest arrays to put themselves in the best possible performance light. Oracle, for example, recommends hosting their databases on RAID1 protected storage.”.

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Infinidat unveils new storage vision - IT-Online

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The Infinidat Elastic Data Fabric will build on all of the foundational technologies that power the Infinidat portfolio, with the goal of delivering a fabric supporting seamless workload mobility between systems, data centres, and cloud storage while relegating data migrations to IT’s list of extinct technologies and services. “Infinidat has taken a big step forward delivering on that vision today, with new performance and agility capabilities, a new cloud-based predictive analytics platform, and a new general-purpose cloud business model for all their storage platforms.”. * InfiniBox Software Release 5, available starting in Q3, includes a series of software enhancements providing performance improvements, Network Lock Manager (NLMv4) for NFSv3 filesystems, Active/Active Replication for 100% data availability, and Non-Disruptive Data Mobility for simplified workload relocation between any two InfiniBox systems. “We’ve been focused on multi-petabyte scale from the beginning, so it’s time we made it clear that we’re leading this market in terms of innovation, execution, and ultimately delivering value to our customers,” says Brian Carmody, chief technology officer of Infinidat.

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Monday, May 13


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Infinidat: Storage costs soar in the multi-petabyte era. Let's fix this – Blocks and Files

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‘Traditional hardware-based storage arrays are expensive, hard to manage, and orders of magnitude too small for the coming data age. According to Infinidat the solution is to build huge scale-out capability for storage, moving away from single storage arrays towards a large cluster or private cloud of arrays. Elastic Data Fabric will combine dozens to hundreds of storage systems across multiple on-premises data centres and data in public clouds into a single, global storage system scalable up to multiple exabytes. AZs pools storage with seamless data mobility inside a data centre and the public cloud, and offer near infinite scalability, according to Infinidat.

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Wednesday, May 08


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Infinidat Lays Out its Storage Vision

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Infinidat, a fast-growing company with a unique approach to block storage, this week announced its vision for the future of enterprise-class storage. The Waltham, Mass.-based company, which also has a headquarters in Israel, has been building its portfolio of high-performance, highly scalable external storage for primary and secondary workloads since its inception in 2011. With its focus on consolidating multiple petabytes of data onto a single platform, Infinidat is making real inroads against entrenched competitors like Dell EMC, IBM and Hitachi. To accomplish this goal, Zaffos said Infinidat has simplified load balancing and the ability to evacuate arrays scheduled for de-installation, making it non-disruptive and much easier to plan for. And by improving asset management capabilities, the company also has simplified the design and implementation of hybrid cloud infrastructures.

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Infinidat storage fabric sews disk arrays to hybrid cloud

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Infinidat hasn't followed the storage array crowd into all-flash storage, but it is following the trends of adding flexible consumption pricing and storage analytics. InfiniBox FLX and InfiniGuard FLX, available immediately, enable a data center to license InfiniBox storage arrays and InfiniGuard data protection appliances as a managed service. Thrive Networks, a managed service provider in Foxborough, Mass., switched to Infinidat storage after its hybrid environment failed to deliver the needed performance, CTO Michael Gray said. "Prior to Infinidat, we had a flash tier and a spinning disk tier, and it was a constant game of cat-and-mouse, and we would run out of IOPS."

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