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September 13, 2017
“The fourth industrial revolution is upon us. Powered by intelligent machines and services, industry 4.0 is transforming data into the new competitive currency for today’s global organizations,” said Mark Weiner, Reduxio CEO. “But, storing, managing and protecting that data to drive greater intelligence and uncover real-time insights has ignited a new challenge and calls for a unified approach and vision.”
August 28, 2017
"Today, most of the data is stored on a stationary computer or the public cloud. It takes a lot of time to transmit them from one of these to the other because it's not virtual. Actually, what hasn't yet undergone virtualization is information storage. Reduxio does this virtually, thereby making the process more flexible, rapid, cheap, and effective," says Mark[…]
August 6, 2017
Reduxio's technology is designed to unifyprimary and secondary data storage across any iSCSI and AWS storage repository. Jacob Cherian VP, Product Management & Strategy explains.
August 2, 2017
"Many storage industry software suppliers are collectively making a massive bet that customers will see a need for a new data managing layer of software that provides easier and necessary management of multiple silos of data" - The Register.
July 25, 2017
Reduxio has developed a winning solution against cyber attacks, especially ransom attacks, which allows to "return the time" to the second before the attack and return to work immediately without loss of information and precious hours of work.
July 10, 2017
Customer Review: "There are several features which have really set Reduxio apart in my mind as we went to renew our SAN storage and chose Reduxio"
July 7, 2017
Reduxio V3 expands its flash-based architecture, controlled by the company’s patented TimeOS operating system. The software unifies previously separate capabilities like continuous data protection and copy data management. Unlike all-flash arrays, the Reduxio hardware also includes hard disk drives and the additional data that data services create are stored on the lower cost tier.
July 3, 2017
The company recently announced a new version of its product, which expands its storage ability and helps clients recover data faster and with minimal loss.
Considered among the few new gems of the storage industry, Reduxio has introduced some interesting new technology directions with BackDating, NoDup and Tier-X to offer a new IT experience. The firm has raised a total of $51.4 million according to Pitchbook with a recent C round of $22.5 million. With this new round, the company has accelerated the European sales[…]
July 2, 2017
ברדוקסיו זיהו שאחסון המידע בדיסקים לא מצליח לענות על הדרישות הגוברות מצד הארגונים ופיתחו טכנולוגיה שפותרת את הבעיה, ומספקת הגנה על המידע בדרך של חזרה במנהרת הזמן
June 23, 2017
“To meet the business-driven service level requirements of today’s global enterprises, IT organizations have found that no one product or technology can deliver data protection to meet the data recovery and availability needs of the business,” says the firm in a statement.
June 22, 2017
Reduxio Systems, the innovation leader in unified data storage management and protection solutions for the enterprise, announced today the availability of Reduxio V3, the latest generation of Reduxio that delivers the most effective storage solutions for the most demanding enterprise infrastructures and applications.
“The founding vision of Reduxio was based on a simple principle— redefine data storage management and protection by taking advantage of new processing, networking and media technologies,” said Mark Weiner, Reduxio’s founder and CEO.
Reduxio V3 Obsoletes Snapshot Backups, Restores Data in Near-Zero RPO/RTO and Enables Instant Data Migration Across Multiple Systems
Reduxio is an enterprise storage vendor that aims to break down the silos that exist in data centers today. Jacob talks about how Reduxio delivers flash storage solutions, based on the Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 family, that allows administrators to go back in time and recover data from any point in the past at one-second granularity.
Reduxio V3.0, is aimed at simplifying customers storage infrastructures by unifying both primary and secondary storage in a single architecture, said Mike Grandinetti, chief marketing and strategy officer for the San Francisco-based company.
Reduxio, the startup that stories data in unique indexed, tagged and timestamped chunks, has introduced v3.0 software with unified primary and secondary storage. It has built-in replication for disaster recovery, copy data management, restores data with near-zero Recovery Point and Recovery Time Objectives (RPO/RTO) and enables data migration across systems.
Reduxio, the startup that stories data in exceptional indexed, tagged and timestamped chunks, has released v3. software program with unified primary and secondary storage.
Reduxio has developed-in replication for catastrophe restoration, duplicate information administration, restores information with in the vicinity of-zero Restoration Level and Restoration Time Goals (RPO/RTO) and enables information migration across units. The V.03 signifies a transfer towards a very out there, self-healing and self-recovering storage procedure.
“Over the years, our customers made it painfully clear to us how unnecessarily complex and redundant legacy solutions are. Version 3.0 continues to address our customer’s evolving needs with a software-defined approach, providing a unified data storage, management and protection platform. We are excited about the early customer reaction to Reduxio V3 and helping them to solve their most demanding[…]
Reduxio has introduced v3.0 software with unified primary and secondary storage. It has built-in replication for disaster recovery, copy data management, restores data with near-zero Recovery Point and Recovery Time Objectives (RPO/RTO) and enables data migration across systems.
“The founding vision of Reduxio was based on a simple principle— redefine data storage management and protection by taking advantage of new processing, networking and media technologies,” said Mark Weiner, Reduxio’s Founder and CEO.
Reduxio Systems, the storage vendor that brought us NoDup, Tier-X and StoreSense data management, today added NoRestore copy data management and NoMigrate replication.
Today Reduxio Systems unveiled what it is calling the world’s first unified primary and secondary storage platform with built-in disaster recovery (DR) and copy data management capabilities, Reduxio V3. The latest version is a step toward a highly available, self-healing, and self-recovering system designed to deliver near-zero RPO (recovery point objective) and RTO (recovery time objective).
May 26, 2017
Growing businesses are looking to hire talent that is sharp, motivated and can easily fit into the existing company culture. Consider the resources invested in the initial search, the offer period, the onboarding time and the "trial run," which usually lasts three months. If after all that, a candidate is a perfect fit -wonderful, onwards!- but many times it’s not.
May 19, 2017
From our private lives to the business world, cybersecurity is more important than ever, and the threats are evolving rapidly. The demand for data security skills in the job market has increased drastically. And the protection of our data and systems from theft and disruption has become a crucial undertaking where everyone plays a key role, IT and business professionals.
May 15, 2017
Ransomware is a rising problem for companies. i24 News has interviewed Eyal Traitel, Director of Technical Marketing at Reduxio, about the issue and how our BackDatingTM can help in such critical situations.
BackDating™ eliminates the complexity that is associated with managing storage systems by allowing users to instantly recover and clone from any second in the system's history with no upfront planning or data copy."We're very proud of the patent approval for Reduxio's unique BackDating technology," says Peleg, CTO at Reduxio.
May 3, 2017
Mike Grandinetti, our Chief Marketing and Corporate Strategy Officer, is the author of this article focusing on what small and medium-size businesses (SMBs) can do go get a better data-storage management.
April 27, 2017
Mike Grandinetti, chief marketing and corporate strategy officer at Reduxio comments on the potential H1B visa change: "Technology firms are heavily dependent on the H-1B, with nearly 10 to 15 percent of their workforces holding these visas."
April 18, 2017
The chief marketing and corporate strategy officer at Reduxio, Mike Grandinetti, comments on the recent H1B visa statistics: "It represents a significant change in how the U.S. is viewed by the world's best and brightest -- no longer the land of opportunity that it once was."
April 12, 2017
Our Director of Customer Support was interviewed by ILTV about Reduxio and our BackDating feature. Watch it here.
March 22, 2017
IT company Reduxio Systems has raised $22.5 million in a Series C anticipated to total up to $32 million. Founded in 2012, the company provides enterprise storage and data management services. C5 Capital partner Marcos Battisti has joined Reduxio's board in conjunction with the deal.
Reduxio has raised $22.5 million in Series C funding. Founded in 2012, Reduxio is an information technology and computer storage company developing hybrid flash and disk storage technologies. With this financing the company will fund innovation and global marketing of its software-defined storage platform.
The hybrid flash vendor nabbed $22.5 million in Series C financing from private and institutional investors. It is the first of two tranches anticipated in a funding round subscribed at $32 million. An additional $9.5 million is expected to be finalized by the second quarter.
March 21, 2017
San Franciso- and Tel Aviv-based Reduxio Systems, a developer of storage and data management software for the hybrid cloud market, has raised $22.5M in a Series C round.
Mark Weiner, co-founder and CEO of Reduxio said, “The future of data storage and protection lies in delivering high performance, easy-to-use solutions designed for the rapidly coming era of hybrid IT — this is precisely why we started the company. Reduxio’s next generation architecture was purpose-built to address this challenge....”
Reduxio Systems, a U.S.-Israeli storage and data management startup, said on Monday it had secured $22.5 million of a funding round that could grow to as much as $32 million.
Reduxio Systems, Inc. secured $22.5 million of its series C funding in a round anticipated to total up to $32 million. The round was led by London, UK-based C5 Capital Cloud Partners, a specialist investment manager focused on cyber security, data analytics and cloud computing.
March 20, 2017
Reduxio CEO Mark Weiner, CTO Nir Peleg, and VP R&D Amnon Strasser founded the company in 2012 at the JVP Media Quarter in Jerusalem. The company has 80 employees of which 50 are in its Israel offices in Petah Tikva. Reduxio also has offices in San Francisco.
Reduxio Systems, the innovation leader in storage and data management solutions for the enterprise with to-the-second BackDating recovery capability, announced it has secured $22.5 million USD of its Series C funding in a round anticipated to total up to $32 million USD.
The round, which has a total target of up to $32m, was led by C5 Capital with participation from Jerusalem Venture Partners, Carmel Ventures, Intel Capital and Seagate Technology. In conjunction with the funding, Marcos Battisti, Partner at C5 Capital, joined Reduxio’s board.
U.S.-Israeli Reduxio Systems, a provider of storage and data management technology, said on Monday it has secured $22.5 million of funding in an investment round expected to total up to $32 million.
Hybrid storage company Reduxio Systems has raised $22.5 million in funding. C5 Capital led the round with participation from other investors that included Jerusalem Venture Partners, Carmel Ventures, Intel Capital and Seagate Technology.
C5’s investment will complement the existing investor group with a specialist focus on cloud infrastructure and cyber security, as well as a strong network that will enhance Reduxio’s growing ecosystem of channel sales and technology partners.
C5 Capital, a specialist investment manager focused on cyber security, data analytics and cloud computing, is the lead investor in this funding round, which more than doubles the amount of capital invested in the company. All previous investors, including Jerusalem Venture Partners, Carmel Ventures, Intel Capital and Seagate Technology also took part in this fundraising round.
All previous investors, including Jerusalem Venture Partners, Carmel Ventures, Intel Capital (INTC.O) and Seagate Technology (STX.O) participated in this fundraising round.
Grandinetti said Reduxio expects the new funding to be enough for the foreseeable future. "It gives us a few years of runway," he said. "We'll certainly get to cash-flow positive in that time. This should be the last round before getting to cash-flow positive."
Reduxio Systems, a provider of “high performance” enterprise storage solutions with unique data management capabilities enabled by its Reduxio TimeOS™ solution, a new storage operating system, has secured $22.5 million of Series C funding in a round anticipated to total up to $32 million.
The round was led by London-based C5 Capital ("C5"), a specialist investment manager focused on cyber security, data analytics and cloud computing. This round more than doubles the amount of capital invested in the company, and will fund continued innovation and global marketing of the company's leading software-defined storage platform.
March 15, 2017
Mike Grandinetti, chief marketing and corporate strategy officer at Reduxio Systems comments on the merger of Nimble and HPE: "The fact they're trying to digest not one, but two storage companies in such a short period doesn't bode well for a vendor that already struggles to integrate its acquisitions."
March 9, 2017
In May 2015, the Barnstable Police Department turned to Reduxio's HX550 storage systems with BackDating to improve recovery times, speed processes and simplify access to important applications for patrol officers and staff.
February 28, 2017
Although the mandate to modernise IT infrastructure is universal, there is a particular emphasis in the education, government, manufacturing, professional services and managed service provider markets. At the same time, there are myriad issues involved that present challenges to modernising initiatives.
February 17, 2017
Greybeards talk with Jacob Cherian, VP of Product Management and Product Strategy at Reduxio.
February 16, 2017
Fifteen new government and education customers now benefitting from increased performance and efficiency, resulting from deploying Reduxio's flash storage solution. "The growth we're seeing with our education and government customers is remarkable, but hardly surprising, as more IT managers in these sectors are realizing that Reduxio is incomparable from a cost-benefit standpoint," said Mark Weiner, co-founder and CEO of Reduxio.
February 7, 2017
“With development operations in Israel and headquarters in San Francisco, our employees have diverse backgrounds,” says Mike Grandinetti, chief marketing and corporate strategy officer, Reduxio, an enterprise hybrid storage company.
February 4, 2017
Mike Grandinetti, corporate strategy officer for Reduxio, talks about the anxiety surrounding the executive order preventing people from seven Muslim-majority countries from crossing US borders.
February 1, 2017
Read the exclusive interview about Reduxio's vision and future, featuring: Nir Peleg and Jacob Cherian, CTO and VP Product Strategy at Reduxio, respectfully.
January 30, 2017
In July 2016, the Barnstable Police Department on Cape Cod deployed Reduxio and its BackDating technology. The next month, the Massachusetts department was hit with a ransomware attack. Barnstable didn't pay the ransom, avoided major data loss and completed a full systems recovery within a half hour.
January 28, 2017
The president’s aggressive immigration agenda has Silicon Valley preparing to take on Mr. Trump. “We are looking to recruit at least 10 engineers and you know we can’t afford to slow down” - Mike Grandinetti, Chief Marketing Officer at Reduxio,
January 25, 2017
In recent years, we store more and more data; Information becomes more and more critical to the organization’s activities and at the same time, are increasingly exposed to more dangers. However, all manufacturers of storage systems without exception, are protecting information with the use of Snapshot Technology, which has not progressed at all in the last 25 years. Note: Article[…]
The tech industry is especially nervous that Trump might slash the H-1B visa program that's seen as crucial to the supply of engineering talent. Read what Mike Grandinetti, Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer at Reduxio, has to say on the matter.