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REDWOOD CITY, Calif. – November 3, 2014 — /BackupReview.info/ – Coraid®, a leading vendor for public cloud service providers and large enterprise private clouds, announced it will be presenting its recently introduced EtherDrive EX at OpenStack Summit Paris, 3-7th of November in Paris, France.
The Coraid EtherDrive EX is a unified storage solution for block and file storage in massive, multi-petabyte public and private cloud deployments. It provides superior flexibility that can accommodate the ever-changing workloads of growing companies. The EtherDrive EX makes drives available on the Ethernet for scaling of storage resources – across the aisle or even across data centers.
Adding storage is as simple as attaching additional EX drives and connecting them using a low latency, high bandwidth data transfer protocol on an Ethernet network. Coraid’s distributed architecture allows IT managers to independently tune performance, capacity, and availability – based on application requirements – eliminating the need to overprovision.
Coraid recognizes that interest in OpenStack deployments has increased dramatically within both cloud service provider and large Enterprise communities. As such Coraid is allocating greater R&D resources to support this growth. Their solutions, including the EtherDrive EX support this commitment.
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Coraid will be exhibiting in Booth E27 at the Palais des congres in Paris, France. For more information, please visit: www.coraid.com or www.openstack.org.
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