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10 Fastest Growing Storage Companies 2016

Accelerate your Business with Hybrid and All-Flash storage from Tegile Solutions

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“The more storage you have, the more stuff you accumulate”. – Alexis Stewart

Tegile Systems is a privately held enterprise storage vendor headquartered in Silicon Valley, California. The company makes all-flash and hybrid storage arrays that help organizations eliminate storage silos, simplify storage management and reduce costs by consolidating all of their workloads onto a single flash platform.

Their enterprise storage arrays accommodate different grades of storage media, from hard disks to high-performance flash memory. Using patented IntelliFlash software architecture, data is organized and placed on the most appropriate media to deliver optimal performance with the best possible economics. Native support for both SAN and NAS protocols enables you to simplify data management by storing application data, virtual machines, and unstructured data, all on a single array.

Since its inception in 2010,Tegile Systems provided innovative flash-optimized storage solutions that enable businesses of all sizes to accelerate their applications, reduce their storage footprint, and cut operational costs. With demand growing for bigger data and faster service, the enterprise data storage choices can make or break business.

Tegile’s Simplified Storage Product Offerings

Hybrid Storage Arrays
Tegile offers an extensive line of hybrid arrays as part of the IntelliFlash portfolio. Tegile hybrid storage arrays leverage the performance of flash, the density of hard disks and the rich features of IntelliFlash operating system to deliver a compelling storage platform that accelerates a wide variety of workloads in the enterprise. Fully redundant with active/active controllers, these arrays are built for enterprise datacenters with resilience, data availability and data protection in mind.

All-Flash Arrays for Any Workload
Tegile all-flash arrays make it easy and affordable to make the transition to a flash-centric data center. By delivering maximum performance, high density and compelling economics, the T Series is ideal for latency-sensitive, business-critical workloads such as online transaction processing, real-time analytics, decision support and data warehousing. The T Series portfolio enables customers to start small and scale in capacity as business grows.

Flash-Optimized Software Architecture
IntelliFlash Arrays are powered by Tegile’s IntelliFlash software architecture. This fast, flexible operating environment is designed to leverage different grades of storage media hard disk, high-performance flash, high-density flash, etc in a single storage array. IntelliFlash understands the inherent characteristics of different storage media and intelligently manages the placement of data to deliver optimal performance (speed and latency) with the best possible economics. It also includes advanced data services, multi-protocol support and flexible management capabilities.

IntelliFlash HD
IntelliFlash HD is the latest storage innovation from Tegile Systems. By combining Tegile’s multi-controller scale out architecture and data management services with SanDisk’s latest flash technology in a high-density package, IntelliFlash HD delivers up to 5 million IOPS and 10 PB of effective capacity from a single rack, for less than 50 cents per effective GB.

Some of Tegile’s happy customers

Aer Lingus: Ireland’s national airline has solved its storage problems by implementing Tegile’s flash driven storage arrays. Swamped with an ever-growing amount of data stemming from all areas of its business, Aer Lingus needed to find a scalable, cost-effective solution to supplement its existing EMC storage. The airline chose Tegile to alleviate its storage problems due to its scalability, high performance and unique combination of compression and deduplication.

The Bank of Stockton: Established 146 years ago, making it the oldest bank in California. With sixteen branches spread across the state, they’re small enough to quickly adopt new technologies. They’ve been early adopters to electronic, internet and mobile banking. That said, they started having trouble with their VDI environment. Virtual desktops were slowing down and it was difficult to get repairs fast enough. With Tegile’s help, they upgraded their enterprise storage and their VDI performance issues became a thing of the past.

Meet the Key Executive

Rohit Kshetrapal, Co-founder & CEO: Rohit Kshetrapal at Tegile Systems is responsible for strategic direction, product planning, and market and industry leadership. His goal is to transform enterprise IT by improving substantially the performance and economics of enterprise storage. He is leading the development of innovative flash-optimized storage solutions that provide much better cost/performance tradeoffs for businesses of many different sizes and with varied applications.

Rohit has focused on developing products for emerging Web and network-based enterprises for many years. Before co-founding Tegile, he co-founded and was President of Perfigo, a network admission control company acquired by Cisco Systems. Its product remains a key element of Cisco’s product line and reached an annual run rate of $300M. He also held key executive positions at Brience, a leading mobile software developer, and Webvibe, a developer of application middleware. His approach has been to start with small, seasoned entrepreneurial teams and create innovative products that offer unmatched value to customers. He earned an MS and BS in computer science from the University of Denver.

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