DataCore, the leader in Parallel-Powered Software and Hyper-converged Virtual SAN solutions, have announced that their tenth generation SANsymphony-V platform has received the coveted Storage, Virtualisation and Cloud (SVC) 2016 Industry Award from an editorial judging panel, held at a London-based glittering ceremony, last Thursday evening.
"SANsymphony-V firmly deserves this important industry award based on two counts. Firstly, on the maturity and longevity of the platform - DataCore were the first to market Software-Defined Storage back in the early 2000's, bringing software powered storage to thousands of customers. And secondly, on the immense impact that Parallel IO processing is having today within data centres, handling compute with unprecedented ease and on a scale never witnessed before." notes Brett Denly, Regional Director, DataCore Software UK.
Brett collected the Award alongside DataCore's Neil Crispin and Pierre Aguerreberry.
With unparalleled numbers of vendors to select from within the Storage, Cloud and Virtualisation space, the eminent editorial judging panel of Digitalisation World stable of titles contemplated long and hard before bestowing the 2016 SVC Industry Award to DataCore Software, noting:-
"DataCore Software is a leader in software-defined storage backed by 10,000 customer sites around the world, so they must be doing something right!" said Jason Holloway, Director of IT Publishing at Angel Business Communications, Organiser of the SVC Awards
SVC Industry Awards continue to set a benchmark for outstanding performance on the contribution of individuals, projects, organisations and technologies that have excelled in the use, development and deployment of IT.