ASBIS congratulates its Enterprise Storage vendors on winning the Storage Awards 2022

June 21, 2022

Seagate, Infinidat, ExaGrid, Tintri

ASBIS congratulates its Enterprise Storage vendors on winning the Storage Awards 2022

Seagate, Infinidat, Exagrid, and Tintri were chosen for their storage solutions by the public vote

The Storage Awards took place on June 9th in Central London and gathered more than 250 IT professionals. The annual event is one of the most important in the industry, as it recognizes the products and companies that transform and innovate storage technology. The voting is open to the readers of the Storage Magazine, so the winners are selected by the independent committee of users and IT decision-makers.

One of the biggest winners of the evening was Seagate, who received 3 awards:

  • Seagate Lyve Mobile - a high-capacity edge storage solution that enables business to aggregate, store, move, and activate their data, won the Storage Innovation of the Year
  • Seagate Champions Program, developed to sharpen sales skills, get rewarded for training, and connect with a global community of tech experts, was awarded as a Channel Partner Program of the Year
  • Seagate’s block storage system Exos CORVAULT won the Storage Product of the Year for delivering multi-petabyte capacity, five-nines availability, hyperscale efficiencies for data center, and a unique Autonomous Drive Regeneration (ADR)

Other notable winners include Infinidat, Tintri, and Exagrid.

Infinidat was named the Hybrid Storage Vendor of the Year for its software-defined storage architecture with microsecond latency, 100% availability, scalability, and a significantly lower total cost than competing technologies.

Tintri VMstore won the Performance Storage Vendor of the Year for its unique delivery of QoS per virtual machine for all virtual workloads, maximizing performance, automating management, and providing real-time analytics.

ExaGrid got the Enterprise Backup Hardware Vendor of the Year for its tiered backup storage with data deduplication that reduces storage footprint and the data transferred to the offsite disaster recovery site, leading to reduced WAN bandwidth and cost.

ASBIS is proud to partner with the winners of the Storage Awards XIX and wishes them to continue winning the public’s hearts with their innovative work.

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