Attala Systems Wins Best of Show at Flash Memory Summit 2017, Santa Clara CA
New architecture eliminates inefficient legacy enterprise networking constructs, uses Intel® FPGAs to accelerate cloud performance.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. (Flash Memory Summit) – August 10th, 2017 –Yesterday evening, Attala Systems was presented with the Best of Show award at the 2017 Flash Memory Summit in Santa Clara, CA. The award was presented for Attala’s high-performance composable storage infrastructure solution, which is designed from the ground up for use in cloud environments and real-time analytic systems. The Best of Show award recognized Attala’s achievements in three areas: Non-Volatile Memory Express® (NVMe™) Storage Systems, NVMe over Fabric (NVMe-oF™) I/O adapters, and software for management of flash storage systems.
“We at Attala Systems are honored to be chosen for the Flash Memory Summit Best of Show Award,” said Taufik Ma, co-founder at Attala Systems. “In discussions with our customers, the need to build storage differently than it has been done in enterprises always comes across unambiguously. Our composable storage infrastructure architecture was designed to provide a high-performance and adaptable storage solution for that need.”
“Storage networks are advancing with NVMe architectures but IT organizations are challenged by storage management complexity, acquiring costly skill set expertise and a need to control OpEx,” said Jay Kramer, Chairman of the Awards Program and President of Network Storage Advisors Inc. “We are proud to recognize Attala’s NVMe over Fabric solution as the industry’s first cloud-like orchestrated provisioning of NVMe-of namespaces for multi-tenants with automated QoS monitoring and controls utilizing an open architecture of DMTF Redfish and SNIA Swordfish standard APIs.”
About Attala Systems
Founded in 2015 with headquarters in San Jose, Calif., Attala Systems is an early-stage technology company focused on the design and development of a new generation of storage and networking infrastructure based on the use of FPGAs and cloud-focused self-learning orchestration and provisioning software. By freeing storage architectures from the multiple levels of abstraction inherent in enterprise-based storage systems, Attala significantly improves system performance and reduces operational costs for cloud providers and those with a need for high-performance, low latency storage systems.
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