Introduces BackDating™, which allows data recovery to any second in the past – making traditional snapshots obsolete

SAN FRANCISCO, CA — Sept. 1, 2015 — / — Reduxio Systems (Reduxio) today launched the first of its next generation enterprise storage solutions, the Reduxio HX 550 Flash Hybrid storage system. The solution reduces the cost of high performance enterprise storage with a new mechanism for application management and recovery known as BackDating™ – a technology that obsoletes snapshots, and simplifies deployment, provision and management of storage.

The Reduxio enterprise hybrid storage system provides IT managers and storage administrators flash performance while at the same time providing the necessary capacity. This allows users to consolidate applications to a system that is simple to deploy, easy to manage and allows applications to be recovered at the granularity of a single second.

“Systems limited to committing data writes to a single media type are far too unwieldy and/or expensive,” said Mark Weiner, Reduxio’s CEO and co-founder. “The power of Reduxio’s Flash Hybrid architecture is its ability to prioritize a customer’s most important data and commit to the most appropriated media. This allows us to combine flash and disk drives to deliver the most cost effective flash storage solution in the market today. We’re a truly hybrid tiered device.”

Reduxio’s flash hybrid systems are based on the Reduxio TimeOS™. The core of the TimeOS is its revolutionary new metadata architecture that tracks all input/output (IO) operations to the storage and free volumes from the bounds of physical storage.

The TimeOS™ enables the following features in the HX550:

· Nodup™: the only real-time, in-line, global, always on deduplication and compression for hybrid storage, maximizing the memory cache and the flash tier, and minimizing overall data foot-print.

· Tier-X™: continuous and automatic block-level tiering that stores first on flash, and moves cold data to slower tiers.

· BackDating™: the ability to recover data infinitely to any second in the history of a volume, eliminating the need to plan, manage or set snapshot schedules or consistency groups.

“Backdating helps raise the bar for application recovery in terms of granularity and ease of management,” said Scott Sinclair, analyst, ESG. “Its automatic and always-on nature will simplify user processes and workflows.”

Now with more than a dozen systems deployed, Reduxio, which maintains its research and development in Israel and is based in Silicon Valley, is perfectly positioned to deliver exceptional value and unparalleled performance to the largest of enterprises with uncompromising data storage requirements. Reduxio systems are now available to customers.

“This device feels like it was built from the ground up to reset expectations on what is possible today in technology,” said Logan Lemming, senior director, I.T., El Dorado County Office of Education. “The interface in particular feels so advanced and almost space-age that it makes it really difficult to return to what is considered standard today. I’m really excited to see where this device and company goes in the near future. I think it’s going to reset a lot of expectations.”

Reduxio is demonstrating its enterprise hybrid storage array offering, with an elegant user interface that can be learned in minutes, at VMworld, the leading virtualization and cloud-computing conference in San Francisco at booth number 504.

Learn more in this new video by Reduxio:

About Reduxio:
Silicon Valley-based Reduxio is a proven enterprise with groundbreaking technology that liberates companies’ data no matter where it lives – on disk, SDD or flash. The company’s enterprise hybrid storage array gives customers the freedom to do with their data what they need to do, when they need to, safely, reliably and with blinding speed. Reduxio systems deliver all-flash performance at the cost of disk-based systems, providing the first-ever built-in data protection that allows to-the-second recovery without upfront administration. Reduxio is backed by Seagate Technology PLC (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in storage solutions, Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP), Carmel Ventures and Intel Capital. Reduxio has secured $15 million in Series B and $12 million in Series A funding. Learn more at and follow us on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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