San Jose, CA – November 2, 2011 – Alacritech, the pioneer in NFS storage acceleration today announced that Doug Rainbolt, V.P. of Marketing, will speak at the Storage Decisions San Francisco Conference in in San Francisco, CA, on November 8, 2011 at 11:35 a.m. PST. Rainbolt’s presentation – “What Does Tiered Storage Really Do to Performance?” – will shed light on the variety of NAS storage options that exist today, their pros and cons, and how enterprise storage practitioners can ultimately decide which option is best for them.
About Storage Decisions San Francisco
Storage Decisions San Francisco, scheduled for Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at the Hilton Union Square, is the only event built exclusively for IT pros focused on the storage, backup and disaster recovery planning challenges that every organization is now facing. The 200 IT pros who claim delegate seats will hear (and actively participate in!) sessions and workshops conducted by the top independent experts in the storage field.
Founded in 1997 by network storage pioneer Larry Boucher and group of respected storage executives, Alacritech sets new records for the delivery of increasing amounts of enterprise cloud, video and other rich application data. The company’s first NFS Acceleration appliance, the ANX 1500, mitigates Network Attached Storage (NAS) sprawl and dramatically improves the performance of NFS infrastructures, and does so without requiring the replacement of existing ecosystems or the surrender of ownership of mission-critical data. The ANX 1500 pays for itself faster than any other storage infrastructure solution and provides by far the lowest cost per operations per second (OPS). The company holds 54 patents and has received $34 million in funding from Alloy Ventures, Benchmark Capital, Redpoint Ventures, Berkeley International Capital Corporation, Munder Capital Management, Needham Capital Partners, and Quantum Technology Ventures. Learn more at www.alacritech.com.