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INFINIDAT announces public cloud and data protection product lines

INFINIDAT, a markets leading independent provider of multi-petabyte enterprise storage solutions, has announced a list of new portfolio of offerings, including its own public cloud, Neutrix Cloud, and the new InfiniGuard data protection appliance, with 10x the restore performance of the current market leader. 

The announcement follows INFINIDAT’s 18 successive quarters of revenue growth and 3 exabytes of global customer deployments.

Neutrix Cloud is a sovereign public storage cloud that offers high performance, multi-petabyte cloud file systems and block volumes that are simultaneously accessible from Google, Azure and AWS compute clouds, enabling real-time competition between public cloud providers for customer workloads.

InfiniGuard is an application-aware data protection appliance that stores up to 20 petabytes of data and provides lightning fast restores.

INFINIDAT has also announced the InfiniSync appliance which eliminates triple data centre business continuity requirement for core banking and similar mission-critical enterprise environments. 

Infinisync is the world’s first solution for zero RPO synchronous data mirroring over virtually infinite distance, with zero latency impact.

Announcement overview:

  • 18 successive quarters of revenue growth and 3 exabytes of global customer deployments.
  • InfiniSync appliance eliminates triple data centre business continuity requirement for core banking and similar mission-critical enterprise environments.
  • Neutrix Cloud service enables real-time competition between public cloud providers for customer workloads.
  • InfiniGuard backup appliance provides multi-petabyte data protection with lightning fast restores.

INFINIDAT chief product officer Jacob Broido says, “Traditional mission-critical computing requires synchronous mirroring, perhaps from lower Manhattan to a data bunker in northern New Jersey, and then asynchronous mirroring from the bunker to a disaster recovery site in Texas.

“InfiniSync eliminates the need for the New Jersey data centre while ensuring all transactions make it to Texas under every imaginable scenario, including power and network failures and regional and rolling disasters.”

Neutrix Cloud is a sovereign public storage cloud that offers high performance, multi-petabyte cloud file systems and block volumes that are simultaneously accessible from Google, Azure and AWS compute clouds. 

Neutrix Cloud is a pure OpEx service and can be employed standalone or with on-premises InfiniBox in hybrid cloud mode with a four-second recovery point objective.

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