Annual list recognizes companies providing innovative solutions that best more-established offerings
Boston, June 30, 2008 – Seanodes, the inventor and leading developer of Shared Internal Storage solutions, is among the “Emerging Tech Vendors” named in the June 30 edition of CRN magazine’s annual list of channel-friendly companies that are recognized for providing superior technology, support and margins over more-established in today’s information technology industry.
CRN’s list of emerging technology vendors provides exposure for up-and-coming companies to solution providers who realize the importance of adding fresh and innovative technologies to their portfolios. As many as 60 percent of solution providers plan to add an emerging vendor’s solutions as part of their product offerings this year. Seanodes’ products exploit the Shared Internal Storage concept – a new storage paradigm for commoditized infrastructures – for diverse usage needs and environments.
“We are pleased to be included among the vendors of emerging technology highlighted in CRN’s annual issue and look forward to the increased interest in our groundbreaking Shared Internal Storage concept by resellers looking to offer their customers innovative storage solutions,” said Jacques Baldinger, CEO of Seanodes. “Our Exanodes software allows applications to use disks embedded in given servers as if they were a powerful traditional external array and is the perfect complement to SAN and NAS systems in a variety of network infrastructures. Reliable, efficient and easy to manage, Exanodes is a perfect solution to present to customers looking to reduce the cost, complexity and management issues inherent in today’s storage environments.”
Exanodes virtualizes application server disks across a server infrastructure eliminating the need for dedicated storage hardware setting new and unrivaled standards for performance, reliability and availability through self healing features, and costs through re-utilization of existing, unused commoditized disks of application servers.
The inventors of Shared Internal Storage (SIS), Seanodes is changing network storage technology. Seanodes’ SIS platform Exanodes™ radically alters the economics and possibilities in data storage and application processing. Seanodes has earned multiple awards from industry analysts and media for its outstanding technology that virtualizes storage assets to convert unused internal disks and Direct Attached Storage (DAS) into a shared storage array. Founded in 2002, Seanodes is headed by storage industry veterans from two continents and backed by a number of private equity firms. More information can be found at www.seanodes.com or by calling 866-580-5515.