’s (ScaleFlux’s) CSS 1000 solution is now available through bare metal cloud provider Packet. ScaleFlux, which bills itself as “the pioneer in computational storage”, has global headquarters in San Jose, California, United States. Established in 2014, the company offers “large pools of computational, solid-state storage” that eradicates scaling issues for data-driven applications. The company’s solutions are available in the cloud, hybrid clouds, or a company’s on-premise infrastructure. ScaleFlux Computational Storage is now available in “select Packet configurations”, meaning customers can deploy ScaleFlux’s unique flash technology in only a few minutes.
Established in 2014, Packet has headquarters in New York, United States. The company offers a “bare metal cloud built for automation” which features x86 and Armv8-based server configurations. The Packet platform allows bare metal servers to house virtualized clouds. The company operates 15 data centers globally including facilities in Parsippany, New Jersey, Sunnyvale, California, Amsterdam, Netherlands and Tokyo, Japan. It is supported by SoftBank Group Corporation - a multinational holding conglomerate in Tokyo.
“As deployment ramps for ScaleFlux Computational Storage, our customers are demanding the flexibility to consume our product both on-prem and in the cloud,” explained ScaleFlux’s Vice president of Global Sales, Iqbal Bhalwani. “With their global reach, strong enterprise experience and flexible deployment model, we’re delighted to partner with Packet to extend the accessibility of our transformative Computational Storage technology.”Do you know of any other companies offering the CSS 1000 solution through a bare metal cloud? Let us know the details. Add your comments below.