‘Delivering the industry’s most complete hyperconverged platform, converging all IT infrastructure and data services onto x86 servers.’
SimpliVity Corporation provides hyperconverged infrastructure that accelerates the deployment of resources and workloads. Established in late 2009 with the mission of simplifying IT, the company offers OmniCube™ that includes 10 patent-pending innovations that power a new assimilated, IT infrastructure platform.
The company is headquartered in Westborough, Massachusetts with sales offices throughout the United States, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and the Pacific Rim. SimpliVity’s business model is 100% indirect, and its solutions and professional services are available through its network of worldwide resellers and distributors.
SimpliVity takes the traditional compute, storage, network switching and other data services found in the data center and converges them in an x86 server form factor. The result is lots of functionality in a much smaller footprint and the elimination of independent device management. By packaging SimpliVity’s technology on building block appliances that combine to form a global federation, SimpliVity customers achieve economies and ease of scale. This streamlines purchasing, deployment and management.
Expanding Your Possibilities with SimpliVity
SimpliVity products share a common set of key features. All products improve agility by streamlining operations and freeing time and resources to support new IT projects, and reduce risk by enabling rapid recovery from unplanned downtime. With SimpliVity, you can drastically simplify the management and protection of virtualized workloads while achieving 73% TCO savings compared to traditional infrastructure.
OmniCube: OmniCube is a fully integrated hyperconverged infrastructure appliance. OmniCube converges eight to 12 core data center functions into 2U building blocks on enterprise-grade servers. It folds in the hypervisor, compute, storage, backup, replication, deduplication, WAN optimization, cloud gateway, and more. SimpliVity’s modern data architecture, the OmniStack Data Virtualization Platform, creates a global, shared resource pool across multiple sites and provides highly efficient data storage, management and mobility.
OmniStack with HPE ProLiant: OmniStack with HPE ProLiant combines the industry’s most complete hyperconverged solution with the best-selling server platform on the market. Designed and optimized for modern virtual environments, SimpliVity OmniStack with HPE ProLiant DL380 servers delivers all infrastructure and advanced data services for virtualized workloads —including guaranteed data efficiency, built-in data protection, and VM-centric mobility—in a single, scalable 2U building block.
With SimpliVity and HPE ProLiant, achieve the efficiency, agility, and scalability of cloud, while maintaining control with built-in data protection, data efficiency, and centralized management.
OmniStack with Cisco UCS C240 M4: Together, SimpliVity and Cisco deliver hyperconverged infrastructure running on Cisco UCS, the fastest-growing x86 server platform. SimpliVity’s OmniStack Integrated Solution with Cisco UCS converges eight to 12 core data center functions into Cisco UCS C240 rackmount servers. Those functions include the hypervisor, compute, storage, network switching, backup, replication, cloud gateway, caching, WAN optimization, real-time deduplication, and more.
OmniStack with Dell PowerEdge: OmniStack with Dell PowerEdge converges eight to 12 core data center functions into 2U building blocks on enterprise-grade servers. It folds in the hypervisor, compute, storage, backup, replication, deduplication, WAN optimization, cloud gateway, and more. SimpliVity’s unique data architecture creates a single shared resource pool across multiple sites and provides highly efficient data storage, management and mobility.
OmniStack with Huawei FusionServer: OmniStack with Huawei FusionServer combines all IT infrastructure and advanced data services for virtualized workloads onto Huawei FusionServer RH2288H V3. This compact solution assimilates storage, compute, hypervisor, storage networking, in-line deduplication, compression, and optimization along with comprehensive data management, data mobility, built-in data protection, and automated disaster recovery capabilities. SimpliVity’s modern data architecture creates a single shared resource pool across multiple sites and provides highly efficient data storage, management and mobility.
OmniStack with Lenovo System x3650 M5: SimpliVity has partnered with Lenovo for the OmniStack Solution with ultra-reliable Lenovo System x3650 M5 servers. The hyperconverged infrastructure solution combines eight to 12 core data center functions on Lenovo System x3650 M5 rackmount servers. Those functions include the hypervisor, compute, storage, network switching, backup, replication, cloud gateway, caching, WAN optimization, real-time deduplication, and more.
SimpliVity RapidDR automates and accelerates offsite disaster recovery of virtualized workloads running on SimpliVity hyperconverged infrastructure, minimizing system downtime and business disruptions.
SimpliVity’s OmniStack software enables a powerful set of hyperconverged technologies. It’s designed to work with any hypervisor or x86 server platform. OmniStack is the common backbone of all SimpliVity solutions. Its capabilities deliver enterprises guaranteed data efficiency, global unified management, and built-in data protection.
Meet the Master
Doron Kempel, Chief Executive Officer: Before starting SimpliVity, Doron was the Founder and CEO of Diligent Technologies, a pioneer in Enterprise Data Deduplication. Diligent was acquired by IBM in April 2008. Prior to Diligent, Doron served as Vice President and General Manager at EMC. Prior to joining EMC, Doron was VP Sales & Marketing at Imedia Corporation, a pioneer in digital video distribution. Imedia was acquired by Terayon Communications Systems.
Doron holds Law and Philosophy degrees, and a Masters in Business Administration from Harvard University.
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