|By Marketwired .||
|June 10, 2014 05:02 AM EDT||
BATAVIA, NY -- (Marketwired) -- 06/10/14 -- Savage IO today announced that its DataBrick Converged Storage Server has been selected by Collective[i] to deliver the high performance, scalability and low-latency required to manage the back-end processing for their high speed data analytics application. The integrated pod of DataBricks, along with its Converged Storage Architecture (CSA) will deliver millions of IOP's to help power their analytics applications. This will provide Collective[i] with an open enterprise solution that's designed to scale and grow as customer demand fuels their storage and performance needs.
Collective[i] hosts one of the first networks to deliver business intelligence via finished applications and connect business users to the insights and people that will dramatically improve their performance across sales, marketing, customer support and services. To accomplish this requires underlying technology capable of handling data analysis at unprecedented volumes and speed. Collective[i] selected Savage IO as a partner based on its capabilities to support a scalable infrastructure that would provide the massive I/O needed to transform immense amounts of raw data into enterprise-wide shared strategic knowledge.
With the DataBrick infrastructure in place, Collective[i] greatly increased its ability to handle everything behind the scenes, from storage to analysis and visualization. This enables Collective[i] to compile and analyze a far greater number of data sets and data threads simultaneously. Faster analysis provides the customers with answers to essential business questions that grow revenue.
"By design, our network of intelligence is extremely demanding from a hardware standpoint and we service some of the world's largest companies with mission critical insights. Where our infrastructure is concerned, compromise is not an option," said Tad Martin, CEO of Collective [i]. "After conducting extensive due diligence, we determined that Savage IO's high performing converged storage solution had the raw processing and storage needed to support our analytics architecture."
With Savage IO's Enterprise Class Converged Storage Architecture supporting the analytics technology and data decision-making of Collective[i], its customers are able to mine new sales opportunities, target marketing to specific customers and uncover meaningful insights that govern strategic decisions. Service customers are able to make data-driven decisions that contribute to the overall success of the business.
"The Savage IO DataBrick is designed for cloud applications that demand performance and scalability at a reasonable price," said Phil Roberto, CEO of Savage IO. "We are proud to support Collective[i] by providing the high performance hardware they need for their advanced analytics application."
Collective[i]'s network uses technology and science to transform the universe's most valuable data and information into answers, knowledge, decisions and actions that are accessible to any business user when they need it for an advantage.
Trademark: Collective[i] and associated marks, logos and designs are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Cross Commerce Media, Inc. (d/b/a Collective[i]).
About Savage IO:
Savage IO designs and manufactures innovative, high performance, customizable, high capacity converged storage solutions for today's data-intensive businesses. Its Enterprise Class Converged Data Storage Solutions are designed by user-engineers who appreciate the critical importance of reliability, performance and price.
To learn more about true "Enterprise Class" storage, visit www.savageio.com or call +1-(888) 963-4581.
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