Media Mentions

Stanley Zafos, Senior Vice President of Product Marketing, predicts that 5G will accelerate the volume and velocity of data collected, AI applications will usher in the age of ‘smarter storage,’ a national data breach standard in the U.S. will put pressure on storage systems, containers will create a more competitive storage environment and that self-renewing storage infrastructures will become an on-premises reality by 2023.

Infinidat’s Infinbox solution received 237 verified reviews, with the highest average rating of 4.9 stars. 211 of its reviews were 5 stars, and the remaining 26 were 4 stars. Infinibox’s closest competitor in the primary storage space according to Customers’ Choice is Pure Storage (4.8 stars). Infinidat achieved Federal Information Processing Stanrds (FIPS) 140-2 validation earlier in 2019, and the vendor has collaborated with various companies including ECMD, iBASIS, and Thales. Infinidat was also named a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Primary Storage.

Infinidat EMEA CTO, Eran Brown. Eran expects to see a strategic demarcation between public and private cloud data storage, increased focus on the economics of data storage, growing interest in multi-cloud solutions and greater alignment between IT and business units in the coming year.

“In 2020, AI will become more than a set of demanding workloads; it will become a foundational technology in the building of intelligent cloud hybrid infrastructures.”—Stanley Zaffos, SVP of Product Marketing, Infinidat.

In an interview with Erik Kaulberg, Vice President, Erik said “Infinidat is all about reinventing the next generation of data storage at multi-petabyte scale,” said Erik Kaulberg (pictred), vice president of cloud solutions at Infinidat. “Whether that’s for on-premises appliances where we have over 5.4 exabytes deployed [around] the world, large enterprises, or whether that’s through our cloud services like Neutrix Cloud,”

Redis Labs’s success is in part due to its memory caching speed. This reminds me of another Israeli startup – Moshe Yanai’s Infinidat storage array business, which also uses memory caching for its speed advantage over all-flash arrays. For Redis Labs, avoiding storage IO except for background operations is the only way to keep server CPUs busy. Storage is a bottleneck and needs bypassing – which applies in a way to Infinidat as well.