DataCore goes launch crazy with HCI appliance, subs and analytics

CHRIS MELLOR | July 8, 2019

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DataCore, the SANsymphony supplier, has gone supersonic, launching a hyperconverged appliance, cloud-based predictive insights and a subscription licensing scheme.The company, founded in 1998, has developed its SAN Symphony virtual SAN product over many years and the software comes in two flavours, either as a shared external storage facility or configured as a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) product, called a Hyperconverged Virtual SAN (HvSAN) for vSphere or Windows Hyper-V. More than 10,000 customers use SANsymphony products and recent developments include a parallel IO facility in 2016 which led to industry standard benchmark successes.

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