May 1, 2017
Data storage company Storvix enters strategic partnership with E4 Computer Engineering to improve its solutions and product offerings and to further strengthen its position on the market. The company already sees Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences, IRSNB, as its new client.
Storvix, with its flagship product Storvix OS, specializes in the high-tech fields of computer storage and enterprise storage management, and solves the problem to manage the exponential growth of information using less time. After establishing in Swedish tech capital Lund, the company is now taking the next steps in its development. To further improve its proposition to the European markets Storvix has partnered up with the high performance computing company E4.
– The technical alliance with E4 is an important milestone for our company. We are now collaborating with one of the top solution providers within HPC and enterprise IT. We are working closely with E4 to design a new rack-scale solution based on Intel, Quanta and HGST to address the challenges of computer data storage in the big data market, says CTO Luca Minoja.
Storvix’s progress and the partnership with E4 Computer Engineering has already been recognized and attracted the attention of the market. They recently signed an agreement for three different storage solutions with the new client IRSNB, the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences.
– IRSNB was in need of improved infrastructure to be confident in a new data storage strategy. We are very confident in these joint efforts, the new solutions will dramatically improve the efficiency of all the storage operation and related workloads, Minoja concludes.
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STORViX has the next-generation technology that redefines data storage economics by delivering superior efficiency. STORViX specializes in the high-tech fields of computer storage and enterprise storage management and solves the problem to manage the exponential growth of information using less time. Establishing in Swedish tech capital Lund, the company is now improving its proposition to the European markets.