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Info-Tech Research Group Names Nimbus Data "Trend Setter" in Flash Memory Storage Systems
Three generations of innovative flash systems solidify Nimbus Data's leadership position in Enterprise Storage Vendor Landscape Report

SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 19, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Nimbus Data Systems, Inc., the leader in Sustainable Storage®, today announced that it has been named the "Trend Setter" in flash memory storage systems in Info-Tech Research Group's Midrange to Entry Enterprise Storage Arrays Vendor Landscape. In addition to the award, Info-Tech Research Group placed Nimbus Data as the only flash vendor within the "Innovator" quadrant for demonstrating consistent innovation and competitive advantage in the market.

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Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscape reports recognize outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Assessing vendors by the strength of their offerings and their strategy for the enterprise, Info-Tech Research Group Vendor Landscapes pay tribute to the contributions of exceptional vendors in a particular category.

"Nimbus Data's combination of enterprise-grade reliability and flash memory technology deliver high performance to demanding IT environments, earning it the Trend Setter award in Info-Tech Research Group's Vendor Landscape," said Chris O'Connor, senior research analyst at Info-Tech Research Group. "Organizations with high performance requirements at a large scale should consider Nimbus Data for its highly scalable and reliable flash memory architecture and comprehensive software."

Since 2010, Nimbus Data flash memory systems have garnered recognition by awards committees, industry peers, research firms and end-users, highlighting the engineering leadership in both flash architecture and software technology. Nimbus Data solutions own numerous records in performance (only MLC flash system delivering over 1 million IOps), reliability (only available 10 year warranty), efficiency (lowest power consumption per TB), scalability (up to 500 TB) and multi-protocol features (unified FC, iSCSI, Infiniband, NFS, CIFS/SMB). Nimbus Data's all-flash arrays, including the Gemini, S-Class and E-Class, enable forward-thinking CIOs to prepare for tomorrow's performance and OpEx reduction goals for virtualization, databases, and cloud infrastructure.

"Flash memory's role in the data center has quickly transformed from a niche use-case to large-scale replacement of conventional hard drive-based arrays," stated Thomas Isakovich, CEO of Nimbus Data. "Nimbus Data's innovation in both software and hardware technology give our solutions superior performance, efficiency and scalability, in addition to comprehensive data management capabilities. We are delighted to receive this special recognition from Info-Tech Research Group."

About Info-Tech Research Group
With a paid membership of over 25,000 members worldwide, Info-Tech Research Group (www.infotech.com) is the global leader in providing tactical, practical Information Technology research and analysis. Info-Tech Research Group has a fourteen-year history of delivering quality research and is North America's fastest growing full-service IT analyst firm.

About Nimbus Data Systems
Nimbus develops award-winning Sustainable Storage® systems, the most intelligent, efficient and fault-tolerant solid state storage platform engineered for server and desktop virtualization, databases, HPC, and next-generation cloud infrastructure. Combining low-latency flash memory hardware, comprehensive data management and protection software, and highly-scalable multiprotocol storage features, Nimbus systems deliver dramatically greater performance at a significantly lower operating cost than conventional disk-based primary storage arrays, all at a comparable acquisition cost. For more information, visit www.nimbusdata.com, or follow Nimbus at twitter.com/nimbusdata.

SOURCE Nimbus Data Systems, Inc.

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