SANTA CLARA, Calif. —November 2, 2015 — Nexenta (@Nexenta), the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS), today announced that its Chairman and CEO, Tarkan Maner, will present at Needham Next-Gen Storage/Networking Conference at 10:30 AM on Thursday, November 5, 2015 at the Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York. In addition to the presentation, Nexenta will also participate in one-on-one meetings with key public equity investors.
Tarkan plans to discuss Nexenta’s successful OpenSDS strategy for the past, present and future, as well its role within the Software-Defined Data Center. Tarkan will also speak to how customers are saying Nexenta’s solutions address storage challenges in emerging areas of IT such as Social Media, Big Data, the Internet of Things, Mobility, Open Source, Cloud and the rise of Software-Defined Everything - OpenSDx.
The Needham conference brings together top thought leaders in storage, from components to traditional arrays, from hybrid solutions to all-flash systems and hyper-converged architectures. 2015 has seen dramatic topline growth within these next generation players in particular as these technologies continue to gain share from legacy applications and help bring the data center into the 21st Century.
What: Needham Next-Gen Storage/Networking Conference
When: Thursday, November 5th at 10:30 AM EDT
Where: Millennium Broadway Hotel in New York
Needham & Company, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of The Needham Group, Inc., is a privately held, nationally recognized full-service investment bank that has focused exclusively on growth companies and their investors since its founding 30 years ago. It provides its clients with the resources to achieve their financing and strategic objectives. The firm has capital raising expertise in IPOs, follow-on public equity offerings, confidentially marketed equity offerings, private placements, and in mergers and acquisitions and corporate & venture services (including share repurchases). In addition to investment banking, Needham & Company’s activities include institutional sales and trading, and asset management. Founded by George Needham, David Townes and Raymond Godfrey, Jr., the firm is headquartered in New York City with offices in Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Menlo Park, CA
This conference is by invitation only. Please contact your Needham salesperson for registration details as space will be limited.
Nexenta is the global leader in Open Source-driven Software-Defined Storage (OpenSDS) with 6,000+ customers, 400+ partners, 33 patents, and more than 1,200 petabytes of storage under management. Nexenta uniquely integrates software-only “Open Source” collaboration with commodity hardware-centric “Software-Defined Storage” innovation. Nexenta OpenSDS solutions are 100% software-based; and 100% hardware-, protocol-, and app-agnostic providing organizations with Total Freedom protecting them against punitive vendor lock-in. Nexenta provides organizations with the "true" benefits of Software-Defined Everything-centric Cloud Computing – from data centers to end users; from the infrastructure to apps. Nexenta OpenSDS enables everyday apps from rich media-driven Social Living to Mobility; from the Internet of Things to Big Data; from OpenStack and CloudStack to Do-It-Yourself Cloud deployments – for all types of Clouds – Private, Public, and Hybrid. Founded around an "Open Source” platform and industry-disrupting vision, Nexenta delivers its award- and patent-winning software-only unified storage management solutions with a global partner network, including Cisco, Citrix, Dell, HP, Quanta, SanDisk, Seagate, Supermicro, VMware, Western Digital, Wipro, and many others.
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