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Designed from the ground-up for flash and virtualization, Tintri's VM-aware storage appliance delivers flash performance at disk prices with intuitive management specifically for VMs. Customers such as Digital Chocolate, iPass, and TIBCO have simplified storage management, increased performance and achieved ROI in as little as 60 days with Tintri for both virtual server and desktop environments. Tintri was co-founded by Dr. Kieran Harty, who was formerly the EVP of Engineering at VMware. Tintri's team also includes senior leaders from Citrix, Data Domain, Google, NetApp and Riverbed. Tintri is a privately held company based in Mountain View, CA, with sales offices in Europe and Asia.

see also:- Tintri's virtual acceleration blog

  • editor's comments:- July 2012 - Tintri markets a 10Gbe rackmount SSD ASAP - which is a hybrid using COTS HDDs and SSDs.

    The company - which launched its first product in March 2011 - has raised $60 million of investment.

    For related vendors and articles take a look at SSD ASAPs, iSCSI SSDs, and acquired SSD companies.
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