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Providence Business News: GreenBytes named top virtualization vendor

Desktop-virtualization company GreenBytes Inc. has been recognized in the CRN Data Center 100 annual list featuring technology vendors whose solutions are vital for powering data-center services.

Founders League: Providence Startups Raise $140M in Last Year

Teespring joins Andera, GForm, GreenBytes, Mnemosyne, Nabsys, NuLabel,SendGrid, ShapeUp, Swipely, Utilidata, VoltServer, and of course Alex and Ani as the newest star in our startup constellation.

ZFS-based Software-Defined Storage in the Cloud?

Enterprises are always looking for ways to achieve greater control, flexibility, and scalability from their storage investments. Many have also turned to software to reduce reliance on traditional storage systems vendors. Software-defined storage, as agreed upon by the industry’s leading vendors, provides provisioning, orchestration, monitoring, management and automation across a heterogeneous federation of hardware components….

ComputerWeekly: VDI storage basics and persistent versus non-persistent desktops

GreenBytes’ vIO is also deployed as a virtual storage appliance in the hypervisor. It can support block (iSCSI) and NAS storage as well as locally deployed flash solid state drives (SSDs) and PCIe SSDs. Greenbytes also offers a hardware appliance that runs the same vIO code for customers which prefer a dedicated hardware solution.

StorageNewsletter: GreenBytes Certified as Dell Technology Partner

GreenBytes, Inc., a developer of desktop virtualization storage optimization software, has become a certified technology partner in Dell’s Technology Partner Program. As part of the program, GreenBytes has certified its IO Offload Engine, a software-defined storage appliance, to run on Dell PowerEdge servers. GreenBytes has also certified its vIO virtual storage appliance (VSA) with the PowerEdge VRTX…

The VAR Guy: Channel Partner Program Roundup: DocPoint, Dell, Riverbed

The newly private IT hardware, software and services vendor has tapped GreenBytes to be a part of its Dell’s Technology Partner Program.  As part of the program, GreenBytes has certified its IO Offload Engine, a software-defined storage appliance, to run on Dell PowerEdge servers. GreenBytes has also certified its vIO virtual storage appliance (VSA) with the Dell PowerEdge VRTX to give…

The Register: How flash storage raced from glory to despair in 2013 And back again. For some…

Gamely countering the flash hardware appliance trend VDI technology supplier GreenBytes got out of the flash hardware business and transitioned to selling its VDI software with no hardware, thinking that flash arrays were headed towards commodity status and making profits would be darned difficult.

ComputerWeekly: Storage startup survey: Funding tops $1.2bn in 2013

Also, companies that offer a range of hybrid flash and all-flash capabilities – including Tegile and Nexenta – also raised growth-stage money in 2013, as did VDI storage specialists GreenBytes and Atlantis Computing.

CIOL: GreenBytes now a certified Dell technology partner

GreenBytes Inc., a developer of full-featured desktop virtualization storage optimization software, announced that it has become a certified technology partner in Dell’s Technology Partner Program. As part of the program, GreenBytes has certified its IO Offload Engine, a software-defined storage appliance, to run on Dell PowerEdge servers.

TMCnet: GreenBytes Adds to Its Board

GreenBytes, Inc., a developer of full-featured desktop virtualization storage optimization software, announced that former Segway CEO Jim Norrod and former Xyratex CEO Steve Barber have joined the company’s Board of Directors.

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