The line of arrays offer "instant recovery and zero impact" Joseph told ComputerworldUK. Copies are saved on the primary and the secondary controller (Intel node) so backups are unaffected if the primary storage is damaged.
The Discovery Series, the first product from DataGravity, supports NFS, CIFS/SMB and iSCI LUNs, and can manage virtual machines (VMs) natively.
A 48TB and 96TB arrays are available to buy in the US, priced between $50,000 and $100,000 with a one-off fee "for now", the CEO told ComputerworldUK. UK customers can expect to see it on the market next year.
DataGravity is privately funded by Andreessen Horowitz, Charles River Ventures and General Catalyst Partners. DataGravity has raised $42 million to date and was founded in 2012.
CEO Paula Long is one of the founders of EqualLogic which was acquired by Dell, in 2008, for $1.4 billion. It was the largest cash-only payout ever for a venture-backed firm at that time.
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