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Seanodes launches Exanodes, pushes server virtualization to next level

Seanodes today introduced a new and revolutionary storage product that enables organizations to make underutilized internal application server storage available for the first time as a high-performance virtualized storage pool. With an architecture designed for high performance computing and enterprise environments, Seanodes' new software architecture gives IT managers the ability to easily avoid the overwhelming cost and complexities of conventional SAN and NAS network storage architectures.

Seanodes' new Exanodes(TM) software transforms the storage components inside commodity application servers into high-end virtualized storage pools, enabling businesses to quickly identify and take advantage of underutilized internal storage capacity. Implementing Exanodes dramatically reduces management costs, minimizes the need for additional external network storage arrays, saving data center floor space and reducing power consumption, opening a whole new category in the Storage space: Shared Internal Storage.


Forbes is carrying the news and here you can learn more about Exanodes.

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