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Avaki

Avaki Corporation offers the first commercial grid software solution to address critical data access challenges facing today's enterprise. Avaki's software products federate IT resources across departments and locations, enabling users and applications to access distributed data and processing power as if they were local. Using these products, companies gain dramatic productivity improvements while reducing IT cost and complexity. Unlike other distributed computing solutions, Avaki's products provide breakthrough data access capabilities, alone or in combination with Avaki's proven compute grid capabilities. Customers such as Pfizer, Gene Logic, Infinity Pharmaceuticals, the North Carolina Bioinformatics Grid project, Structural Bioinformatics and Texas Tech are using Avaki software to reduce and control IT costs, improve efficiency of multi-site or inter-company collaboration, and accelerate product development. Backed by Polaris Venture Partners, General Catalyst, and Sofinnova, Avaki is located in Burlington, Mass. For more information, please visit www.avaki.com.

  • May, 2005 - Sybase acquired Avaki Corporation
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Predicting the Next 7 Years in Storage?
Commemorating the 7th anniversary of STORAGEsearch.com this article recaps the 3 most significant changes which have taken place in the storage market in the past 7 years. Megabyte writes about the future of storage
We've reported on every widget and fidget in storage technology and every nibble and wriggle in the storage market from every company. But 3 trends stand out clearly.

That was the easy part.

As you know STORAGEsearch regularly predicts storage market winners and losers in specific segments varying from 3 to 10 years in advance. The success of those past predictions and their popularity gave us the confidence to predict the 3 biggest changes in the next 7 years. This should help you make your strategic plans and avoid future shock. ...read the article

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