SolidFire Named Most Promising Storage Innovation by NetworkWorld Asia

Leading all-flash scale-out storage platform recognized for enabling the transition to the Next Generation Data Center

BOULDER, Colo. and SINGAPORE, June 09, 2015

SolidFire, the leader in all-flash storage systems built for the Next Generation Data Center, today announced it was named winner of NetworkWorld Asia 2015 Information Management Awards in the Most Promising Storage Innovation category. Inaugurated in 2012, the program recognizes leaders in information security, storage and data management for the huge advances made in these fields over the last few years.

“This prestigious award demonstrates that SolidFire is the region’s leading force behind the transformation of IT and the transition to the cloud and the Next Generation Data Center,” said SolidFire’s Managing Director, Asia Pacific & Japan, Kris Day. “We aren’t just revolutionizing storage, we are helping our partners, service providers and enterprise customers across Asia-Pacific advance the way they’re using the cloud and realize benefits that were previously not possible.”

SolidFire helps companies evolve their IT infrastructures to meet today’s needs for scalability, performance, efficiency, availability and automation, while being able to support thousands of applications within a shared infrastructure. Its unique all-flash scale-out storage platform with guaranteed performance enables its partners and customers to capitalize on newfound agility and simplicity. SolidFire is the only company that offers innovative solutions for four major storage consumption models with its single platform: As a Service, Converged Infrastructure, SF Series Appliance and Element X, a software-only option leveraging SolidFire’s Element OS software on industry-standard hardware.

“As more and more companies in Asia embrace the cloud, their demands for scalability, performance and efficiency of IT infrastructures are growing rapidly. As the core of any infrastructure, storage is a critical piece that can either enable companies to meet these needs, or hold them back,” said Victor Ng, Editor-in-Chief of NetworkWorld Asia and Enterprise Group Editorial Director at Questex Asia. “SolidFire’s all-flash scale-out storage platform is disrupting the storage market and paving the way for companies to achieve a next-generation IT infrastructure.”

NetworkWorld Asia Information Management Awards are the only regional Editors' Choice Awards for this mature but growing niche area. They’re backed by leading Asian publications and portals - NetworkWorld Asia, Networks Asia, Security Asia and Storage Asia. The awards are guided by a team of experienced editors with deep and broad industry knowledge, as well as a panel of CIO advisers with domain expertise and deep insights in information management. More information is available at

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