12 Aug 2016 at 15:07, Chris Mellor
NVMe flash drive array startup Apeiron has signed Congruity as a reseller.
Congruity is based in Pembroke, MA, and wants to sell the ADS1000 array into the Big Data market. Jim Clifford, its business development VP, said: “ With big data outperforming anything else on the market, Apeiron and Congruity can truly differentiate our product offerings.”
Apeiron says its scale out, 2U, NVMe storage network box offers 18.4 million IOPS, can use any suppliers’ NVMe flash drives, and is ready for XPoint SSDs. Jeff Barber, Apeiron’s EVP for sales and marketing, claims Apeiron’s Big Data demand is off the chart. ®