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In 2010, Kaminario set out to lead the revolution in all-flash storage with the first commercial release of the Kaminario K2 all-flash array. Today Kaminario is the top provider of mid-range enterprise-class all-flash storage, offering an unbeatable combination of performance and value. With the K2 superior storage array, IT managers are no longer forced to compromise on performance, reliability or flexibility. K2 is the only storage architecture on the market that can scale-up by adding capacity or scale-out to increase both capacity and performance - fundamental differences that allow storage to easily expand with your business. And at an average $1/GB, Kaminario is bringing the price significantly below legacy and hybrid storage.

Kaminario is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts, with offices in Yoqneam, Israel, Silicon Valley and New York City.

Kaminario Seminars

  • Buying and Implementing an All Flash Array… Where Do I Begin? Tom O'Neill  |   Kaminario   |   Wed 5th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Storage & Data Management Theatre

    Wed 5th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    Buying and Implementing an All Flash Array… Where Do I Begin?

    Before the advent of flash storage, disk array technology was relatively mature and slow to develop. Customers typically had a five-year plan for their technology investments. But as All Flash Arrays take over the on-premise data centre, customers are finding that they cannot even plan for the next 12 months. In this session we will look at how to plan for the future while transforming the workloads of today, taking advantage of the new possibilities unleashed by flash storage: agility, performance and unprecedented scale.

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  • The Storage Array of 2020 Tom O'Neill  |   Kaminario   |   Thu 6th Oct 13:40 - 14:10

    Storage & Data Management Theatre

    Thu 6th Oct 13:40 to 14:10

    The Storage Array of 2020

    Data storage standards and capabilities are changing at a rate today faster than they have at any point in the last 50 years. What does this mean for the way data is stored in enterprise storage arrays? What are the changes that storage experts are so excited about? What will a cutting edge storage array look like in 2020? What can this enable applications to do differently? Why should you care when all data will be stored in the cloud?

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    Tom O'Neill Tom O'Neill View Profile

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