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Nexenta to Showcase Broadest SDS Portfolio on Dell EMC at Dell Technology World 2019

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Nexenta Leads with Open Software-Defined Storage Software Portfolio for Hybrid and Multi Clouds

LAS VEGAS and SAN JOSE, Calif., April 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced its participation at Dell Technology World 2019 April 29-May 2 at The Venetian. Event attendees are invited to meet with Nexenta executives at booth #448, find out more about Nexenta’s product portfolio for file, block and object storage software and its long-standing partnership with Dell delivering flexible and scalable all-flash, hybrid, and all-disk enterprise storage solutions.

Dell and Nexenta's Software-Defined Storage solutions offer a comprehensive suite of storage management services that run on Dell’s world-class servers and storage hardware.  Through Nexenta and Dell’s tight partnership customers can purchase the solution from Dell and their ecosystem partners, and leverage Dell’s world-class support.

Together, Dell and Nexenta offer:

  • Dell Certified Reference Architectures for ease of deployment and support.
  • One software stack for all-disk, hybrid and all-flash storage configurations.
  • Petabytes of storage deployed at leading worldwide technology, research, healthcare, and other industry leaders.
  • Flexible deployment, including on Dell 14G servers, on virtual machines or in the public cloud.

These high-performance yet cost-effective data storage solutions take advantage of features such as unlimited snapshots and cloning and high availability support.  Nexenta’s Dell Certified Reference Architectures enable ease of deployment and support – and is fully integrated with Dell ProSupport means that Nexenta customers receive the premium support services they have come to demand and expect. This includes hardware in the new Dell EMC PowerVault ME line, such as the Dell EMC PowerVault ME484 Dense JBOD.

Dell World attendees can learn more about this at Nexenta's booth #448, where you can find our very own Nexenta solution Experts. Those that stop by Nexenta’s booth will be given a chance to choose a poker chip out of a bag at random, ranging in worth from $1-$50.

To learn more about our solutions together visit, https://bit.ly/2YR3U1Z.

About Nexenta

Nexenta is the original market maker and leader in Open Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) market for multi-cloud enterprise environments; with nearly 3,000 enterprise customers, 300 partners, 50 patents, and more than 2,000 petabytes of storage capacity under management. Nexenta democratizes one of the most oligopolistic hi-tech market segments nearing $120B in size by 2020. Nexenta uniquely integrates its hardware-agnostic software-only OpenSDS innovation with deep “open source” collaboration via some of the most active communities with thousands of members worldwide. Nexenta flexibly enables a wide variety of legacy, enterprise and next-gen cloud-native apps, on any cloud platform, protocol and hardware infrastructure to power the most cost/performant cloud and traditional data centers. Nexenta portfolio is 100% software-based that can be used as a “Bare-Metal Appliance” on a partner hardware, as a “Virtual Storage Appliance (VSA)” on a partner virtual machine or container, or as a cloud-based “Software as a Service (SAAS).” Nexenta provides enterprises with total freedom and flexibility via its industry-leading multi-cloud software innovation, multi-channel collaboration, distribution and enterprise-class support, 24x7x365, globally.

Nexenta, NexentaStor, NexentaCloud, NexentaEdge and NexentaFusion are trademarks or registered trademarks of Nexenta Systems Inc., in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks, service marks and company names mentioned in this document are properties of their respective owners.

Contact:
Press Relations at Nexenta
pr@nexenta.com

 

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