If it’s any indication about where Tegile is heading, they announced recently that they had shipped their 1,000th unit in 2 years. We remember when startup/adoption rates were much slower. Now it seems good products, processes and people can drive businesses into the stratosphere virtually overnight.
It all indicates a fast-track to IPO (or acquisition?) for Tegile giving even more credibility to the company.
From the article:
Tegile Systems, the leading provider of flash-driven storage arrays for virtualized server and virtual desktop environments, today announced that it has shipped its 1,000th Zebi™ storage array since making the solution generally available two years ago. The award-winning line of solutions, which balance high performance, high capacity, features and price, has been deployed by companies across a wide range of industries to help them overcome storage challenges associated with VDI, server virtualization, database hosting, file services and more.
Zebi storage arrays leverage the performance of SSD and low cost per TB of high capacity disk drives, delivering as much as seven times the performance and up to 75 percent less capacity required than legacy arrays. This unique approach has seen marked adoption rates among companies that need faster performance than HDD-based arrays but with less expense than SSD-based arrays.
“Customers looking to make the most of their flash investments are buying solutions like Tegile’s whose architectures have been specifically optimized for the use of flash,” said Eric Burgener, research director for IDC’s storage practice. “Their ability to hit the 1,000 unit mark within two years of release shows that their offering is well matched to the requirements of this rapidly growing market, which IDC expects will reach $12.3B in 2016.”