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Nimboxx Positioned in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Integrated Systems

Nimboxx, a leader in Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) solutions, today announced it has been positioned by Gartner, Inc. in the 2015 Magic Quadrant for Integrated Systems. According to the report, Gartner believes "hyperconverged integrated systems will represent over 35 percent of total integrated system market revenue by 2019."

"It's an honor to be recognized by Gartner in the Magic Quadrant which we feel is due to our innovation and accomplishments in this space just one year after launching the company," said David Cauthron, CEO of Nimboxx. "We believe it's a testament to the high demand for hyperconverged integrated systems, and our unique approach to deliver a complete software stack that provides extreme performance and rapid time to deployment. I look forward to building on this momentum as we continue to expand our platform and ecosystem of third-party integrations."

Gartner analysts evaluated more than 19 integrated systems service providers based on the criteria of "completeness of vision" and "ability to execute" and included Nimboxx as one of only six hyperconverged integrated systems firms on the Magic Quadrant. This is the first time Nimboxx has been recognized on the Magic Quadrant.

The Nimboxx portfolio of web-scale, hyperconverged devices including the AU-100, AU-110X and AU-120X converges compute, storage, networking and orchestration in a single system, delivering ‘Private Cloud in a Box' functionality to companies of all sizes.

Unlike other hyperconverged technologies, the entire software stack was developed by Nimboxx, and requires no integrations or additional license costs. The company also delivers the VERDE VE-100, a powerful turnkey VDI appliance, allowing users to rapidly deploy virtual desktops and host server workloads.

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Published Tuesday, September 15, 2015 6:53 AM by David Marshall
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