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| "leading the way to
the new storage frontier"|
With a 28-plus year history of technical leadership,
Bridgeworks is a global provider of connectivity solutions for the Data Storage
market. We design, manufacture and market products for both OEMs and end users.
From our UK base, we have already helped organisations worldwide in government,
education, financial, and many other sectors to reap the benefits of new
connection technologies by making their existing storage systems and servers
compatible with the latest protocols without disruption and with minimal
additional investment. We are now using our wealth of experience in this field
to solve one of the long standing issues of how to transmit data vast distances
over both private and public networks using TCP/IP with little or no impact on
- editor mentions on STORAGEsearch.com
- Editor's comments:- May 2010 - Bridgeworks is almost invisible to
most storage end-users due to a combination of deliberate business choices
(routes to market) and inadvertant choices (sub-optimal
web marketing and
stealth mode PR).
Its main business is designing interface products which fill technology gaps in
the product ranges of big oems.
Sales Director, David Trossell told me
they have been very busy working on a project for DELL ( in partnership with
BDT) to supply the
(tape libraries) with
He went on to say - "Probably the most significant thing we have
released over the last year has been the
We have had some very remarkable feedback for this product."
to the company's
about this product - SANSlide maximises the transfer of storage data
over vast distances with performance levels once thought impossible by using
Artificial Intelligence to monitor and adjust the network setting to maintain
the optimum performance at times without needing skilled engineers to install
and maintain it.
But what about SSDs?
search couldn't find any mention of SSDs on Bridgeworks' web site. But
meat navigation on the company's
reveals that in 1997 the company founders designed an
SSD. It was a
RAM SSD with hard drive
backup. David Trossell told me - "It was a little ahead of its time and
the company dropped it after poor sales."
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