May 16, 2012
SAN JOSE, Calif., May 16 — Infineta Systems, the first and only provider of WAN optimization solutions for Big Traffic workflows, announced today that the company will be showcasing its Data Mobility Switch (DMS) solution at EMC World 2012, taking place May 21-24 at The Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, Nevada. With data sets doubling yearly in size for many enterprises, Infineta's solutions are ideally suited to help enterprises meet aggressive RPO/RTO targets and protect more data. An interactive demonstration of the DMS accelerating asynchronous replication (e.g. SRDF/A) and migration (e.g. Adaptive Copy) workflows will be on display at the Infineta booth (# 814) throughout the event.
"We are honored to have been selected to showcase our DMS solutions at EMC World," said Raj Kanaya, co-founder and chief executive officer for Infineta Systems. "The opportunity to demonstrate our unique technology solution at one of the industry's premier conferences reinforces the industry's need for our solution and exemplifies our commitment to building a strong partnership with EMC," said Kanaya.
Infineta Systems is the first networking company to develop and market WAN optimization systems that accelerate inter-data center WANs running at up to 10 Gbps wire speeds. Infineta's Data Mobility Switch (DMS) is the only WAN optimization system that leverages merchant-silicon (e.g. switching ASIC) to deliver a distributed, high-performance platform with port-to-port latencies averaging 50 microseconds. An innovative leader in WAN optimization, Infineta understands the complexity of today's applications and the performance required to manage application traffic across the enterprise.
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About Infineta Systems
Based in San Jose, California, Infineta Systems is a privately held, leading provider of WAN optimization systems for Big Traffic. The company's patent-pending Velocity Dedupe Engine delivers unprecedented levels of throughput, scalability and bandwidth capacity to support critical machine-scale workflows across the data center interconnect. Its flagship product, the Infineta Data Mobility Switch, accelerates multi-gigabit BCDR (Business Continuity/Disaster Recovery), cross-site virtualization, and Big Data traffic. The company is backed by Rembrandt Venture Partners, Alloy Ventures and North Bridge Venture Partners. For more information visit www.infineta.com.
Source: Infineta Systems
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