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E8 Storage Partners with CognoSystems, Expands into Canadian Market

Today, E8 Storage announced its partnership with CognoSystems, expanding its growing base of channel partners into the Canadian market.

Through its strong and expanding base of Canadian customers, the new partnership enables CognoSystems to expand its market focus to target high performance computing with equally high performance shared NVMe storage ideally suited to data hungry applications.

"We were drawn to E8 Storage because of its lightning-fast, record-breaking NVMe technology," said Logan Davidson, managing director and co-founder at CognoSystems. "We were also extremely impressed by its low latency and reliability as well as its intuitive, centralized management console. Working in partnership with E8 Storage lets us bring the full benefits of flash technology to the Canadian market to support our customers' data intensive applications."

E8 Storage and Toronto-based CognoSystems are working together to incorporate E8 Storage's patented NVMe architecture into extremely demanding environments such as supercomputing clusters used for real-time analytics for financial, engineering and biotech applications. 

"E8 Storage is delighted to be partnering with CognoSystems and expanding its presence into the Canadian market. We already have an exciting number of wins in the financial and genomics markets and our use cases continue to grow," stated Zivan Ori, co-founder and CEO, E8 Storage.

With support for both RDMA over Ethernet (RoCE) and Infiniband, E8 Storage software delivers proven low latency and high throughput, removing the performance bottlenecks found in other storage solution architectures, making it ideal for large computing clusters.

"We are confident that CognoSystems and its customers will be extremely pleased with record-breaking speed and reliability that we are able to bring to the table as we continue to help businesses across the world unlock the full potential of NVMe technology," Ori continued.
Published Tuesday, July 17, 2018 10:02 AM by David Marshall
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