Western Digital and Tegile Systems announced this week that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Tegile, a leading provider of flash and persistent-memory storage solutions for enterprise data center applications, will be acquired by Western Digital.
In today’s enterprise and cloud-scale data centers, there is growing demand to deploy scalable storage architectures that deliver reliable persistence with high performance and optimal economics for an expanding range of big data and fast data applications.
With Tegile’s IntelliFlash™ products focused on fast data, and Western Digital’s ActiveScale products focused on big data, Western Digital’s Data Center Systems (DCS) business unit will be well positioned to fully address the diverse set of needs that organizations have in order to harness the value of their data throughout its lifecycle.
Rohit Kshetrapal, chief executive officer of Tegile said, “Western Digital has been a key partner and long-term investor in Tegile and has already enhanced various aspects of Tegile’s business, including engineering integration, HDD/SSD supply chain efficiencies, go-to-market efforts and customer support. Both Tegile and Western Digital have introduced industry-changing storage products.[Review] Tegile Systems’ T4000 Series of All-Flash Arrays Delivers on Storage Capacity and Customer Care
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