[Article] Pivot3 Sees Rapid Growth in HCI Business

April 17, 2017

Pivot3 Sees Rapid Growth in Hyperconverged Infrastructure Business

CEO Ron Nash says enterprises are running more applications on hyperconverged systems as they look for ways to simplify their data centers and cut their costs.

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As Ron Nash sees it, Pivot3 has been offering hyperconverged infrastructure products well before hyperconverged was a thing. The company, founded in 2003, began selling software-defined technologies, and several years later added processing to the mix, with many customers using Pivot3’s technology for surveillance workloads and virtual desktop environments.

Flash forward a few years, and OEMs began offering converged infrastructure solutions. These appliances, featuring tightly integrated compute, storage, networking and management software, were designed to help businesses better manage the changing demands brought on by such trends as cloud computing, mobility, data analytics and the internet of things (IoT). And more recently, hyperconverged infrastructures—which include storage and compute functionalities being combined into a single, highly virtualized server-based offering—have emerged.

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