CHARLOTTE, NC — October 16, 2013 — Kaminario, a leading provider of high performance all-flash storage solutions, today announced their role as an official exhibitor at PASS Summit 2013 October 15-18 in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The Kaminario K2 v4 is the first enterprise-grade all-flash storage solution with a true scale-out architecture. The K2 v4 delivers unparalleled performance consistency and resiliency to midrange enterprises in a much smaller, denser, greener and lower-priced configuration.
“Kaminario has a very close relationship with the SQL Server community,” says Dana Loof, VP of Marketing for Kaminario. ”Peer-to-peer education is an integral part of staying up-to-date with the latest technology, thought leadership and best technical practices. We are looking forward to working with SQL Server users to assess the best ways they can improve their performance.”
PASS Summit is one of the largest gatherings of the SQL Server community. With more than five thousand participants representing over 50 countries, PASS Summit 2013 will be this year’s largest SQL Server technical training conference.
Kaminario storage performance experts will show PASS Summit attendees how the K2 v4 can help them achieve fast, reliable and cost-effective performance for SQL Server applications that are I/O bound and incur high I/O wait times. SQL Server users will also be able to submit their database for a complimentary Kaminario Database I/O Performance Analysis at Kaminario’s booth #405.
Kaminario is leading the revolution in flash storage by creating a fundamentally new and better way to store and retrieve performance-sensitive data. Kaminario K2 is the first enterprise-grade general purpose all-flash storage with a true scale-out architecture built from the ground up to take advantage of the most modern flash SSD capabilities. The company is headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts and backed by Sequoia Capital, Globespan Capital Partners, Pitango Venture Capital, Mitsui and Tenaya Capital.
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Sara Schulte or Jessica Elkus