The company, which shipped its first products in 2011, is focused on helping enterprises consolidate servers and maximize performance for virtualized desktops and applications such as Oracle, SAP and Microsoft Exchange. Through greater efficiency, its architecture can cut capital and operating expenses. Tintri's platform is not intended for general storage or petabytes of unstructured files such as video, audio and scientific data, Harty said. The company has close to 250 customers, he said.
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