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[December 17, 2012]

Proximal Data Partners with StoreAlliance to sell AutoCache Fast Virtual Cache Software in Global Markets

SAN DIEGO --(Business Wire)--

Proximal Data, the leading provider of server-side caching solutions specifically designed for virtualized environments, today announced a strategic partnership with StoreAlliance, a storage industry sales and business development consultancy. StoreAlliance will sell AutoCache, Proximal Data's fast virtual cache software, to customers in EMEA and establish relationships with resellers who can assist with penetrating those markets. AutoCache eliminates I/O bottlenecks in virtualized servers with adaptive I/O caching, increasing virtual machine (VM) density, efficiency and performance.

"Companies are demanding more out of their virtualized infrastructures, and AutoCache addresses that directly," said Richard Czech, managing partner at StoreAlliance. "By utilizing our unique approach to lead generation and sales execution, as well as leveraging our extensive network of resellers and IT decision-makers, we will dramatically extend Proximal Data's ability to offer its unique solution beyond North America."

"By partnering with StoreAlliance, we are engaging a team of sales and business development experts who specialize in storage solutions sales and have significant experience in successfully bringing products to global markets," said Rory Bolt, CEO of Proximal Data. "With StoreAlliance providing their go-to-market savvy and sales support, we look forward to expanding our market to a broader range of customers who can benefit from our ability to better manage storage I/O and increase virtual machine density."

AutoCache increases VM density by up to three times, with absolutely no impact on IT operations. Simple to install, AutoCache plugs easily into ndustry-leading hypervisors such as VMware's ESXi, and transparently works on all I/O without requiring agents in guest operating systems. AutoCache places the hot I/O onto a PCIe flash card or SSD and intelligently supplies priority data traffic to VMs. Customers have successfully used AutoCache to improve the performance of business-critical applications that are running in virtualized environments, realizing a tremendous return on their investment in AutoCache.

Additional Resources

Proximal Data AutoCache Data Sheet

Proximal Data AutoCache White Paper

Increasing VM Density With Server-side Caching: Proximal Data Briefing Report

Proximal Data AutoCache Video

Proximal Data AutoCache Tutorial

About Proximal Data

Proximal Data is the leading provider of server-side caching solutions specifically designed for virtualized environments. Proximal Data's AutoCache™ software can dramatically increase virtual machine density by eliminating I/O bottlenecks with adaptive I/O caching. When coupled with PCIe flash cards or SSDs from our partners, Proximal Data's fast virtual cache significantly improves the efficiency and performance of virtualized servers without disrupting IT operations or processes. www.proximaldata.com.

About StoreAlliance

Founded in 2002, StoreAlliance partners with companies in the storage and telecommunications industry worldwide to set up and develop their presence, sales and profit in Europe and Asia. StoreAlliance is operated by a group of international executive partners and consultants who offer significant experience and expertise in the areas of technology, business development, sales and market strategy. StoreAlliance ensures the development for its customers through a powerful combination of technological expertise, effective business and development management, and marketing and sales operation resources, and by offering direct access to the European storage market, large accounts, prominent channel partners, key decision-makers and opinion leaders. www.storealliance.co.uk. Contact: sales@storealliance.net


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