Information about Violin Systems

Violin Systems was founded in 2005 as Violin Technologies by Donpaul Stephens and Jon Bennett in Iselin, New Jersey. Corporate investors included Juniper Networks and Toshiba America Electronic Components (TAEC).

Violin's NAND flash and dynamic RAM-based storage arrays are designed for environments that need fast processing and analyzing of large data sets. In 2011, Violin was one of the first storage companies to offer NAND flash arrays as Tier 1 storage

Violin Systems now is the disruptive innovator in Extreme Performance Storage, is revolutionizing how businesses operate by enabling storage technology to be Instrumental to their company by changing the SLAs and capabilities of information and application storage infrastructure. Violin extreme storage platforms, powered by Concerto OS™, a fully integrated storage operating system, is the industry leader in the combination of every significant category measured in all-flash arrays: low latency, reliability, affordability, density, scalability and of course extreme performance. With tightly integrated data services, Violin storage platforms provide a unique and leading combination of data protection, business continuity, and data reduction services in a flexible, delivering significant CAPEX and OPEX savings.

Violin Systems is headquartered in San Jose, California.

"We're like an emerging company, but one that's been around a while. We believe in being able to deliver extreme high performance for tier-zero applications," CEO Mark Lewis said.


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