Coraid’s EtherDrive Storage Appliance Wins LinuxWorld
Product Excellence Award for Best Storage Solution
Coraid was honored at the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo last week as the winner of the Product Excellence Award for Best Data Backup or Storage Solution. Coraid’s SATA+RAID EtherDrive Storage Appliance was selected as an innovative Storage Area Networking technology that offers unique value for the open source community.
EtherDrive Storage uses the open AoE (ATA over Ethernet) protocol which is now included in the Linux 2.6 kernel. It provides Linux with the simplest, most efficient and lowest cost means to access networked storage.
“Coraid is very proud to receive this award in the highly competitive field of storage appliances,” said Jim Kemp CEO of Coraid, Inc. “EtherDrive storage has been validated and deployed by businesses, universities and government agencies throughout the world where massively scaleable and affordable storage is required.”
The LinuxWorld Product Excellence Awards are the industry standard for innovation in the Linux community. IDG World Expo honors the developers of outstanding products, which represent the very best technology available to users of Linux and open source.
For more information please contact Coraid at 706-548-7200 and visit http://www.coraid.com.
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