DataCore Software CEO to Participate in “New Data Center Architecture” Panel Featuring Hyper-Converged Systems at UBS Global Technology Conference


Teixeira to Highlight DataCore’s Parallel I/O Impact and Hyper-Converged “Less is More” Architecture

WHO:
George Teixeira creates and executes the overall strategic direction and vision for DataCore Software. Teixeira
co-founded the company and has served as CEO and President of DataCore Software since 1998. Prior to that time, he served in a number of executive
management positions including Worldwide VP of Marketing and GM of the Product Business Group at Encore Computer Corporation, where he also played a major
role as the team leader of OEM marketing. His work culminated in the sale of Encore’s storage business to Sun Microsystems in 1997. He also held a number
of senior management positions at the Computer Systems Division of Gould Electronics.

Teixeira will be joined on the all CEO panel by: Doran Kempel, CEO of SimpliVity, Chetan Venkatesh, CEO and founder of Atlantis Computing, Mohit Aron, CEO
and founder of Cohesity, and Tom Gillis, CEO of Bracket Computing.

WHAT:
In order to keep up with the rate of data acquisition and the unpredictable demands of enterprise workloads, new data center architectures have emerged.
One that recently began to gain traction is the implementation of hyper-converged infrastructure, enabling storage and compute to be decoupled from
underlying infrastructure in order to run adjacent to each other on industry-standard hardware. Within a software-defined data center, all elements within
this type of infrastructure including networking, compute, servers and storage, are virtualized and delivered as a service.

During his segment of the presentation, Teixeira will briefly overview the benefits of DataCore’s Parallel I/O technology and its industry impact plus
highlight the company’s hyper-converged “less is more” architecture that drives far greater performance, consolidation and cost savings. Augmenting
hyper-converged infrastructure with the capacity advantages and investments made in existing SANs, DataCore has the ability to go beyond narrow ‘silo’
approaches and scale storage capacity that resides in hyper-converged, SAN and Clouds. The software spans the entire infrastructure, supports all major
hypervisors, and unifies all storage systems across the infrastructure, greatly improving the economics, productivity and overall performance of storage –
and doing it for a fraction of the cost.

WHEN:
The “New Data Center Architecture” panel will be held on Tuesday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m.

WHERE:
Ritz-Carlton, San Francisco

600 Stockton Street

San Francisco, CA


About DataCore Software


DataCore is the leading provider of Software-Defined Storage and
Adaptive, Parallel I/O Software
– harnessing today’s powerful and cost-efficient server platforms to solve the IT industry’s biggest storage problem, the I/O bottleneck. The company’s
comprehensive and flexible storage virtualization and hyper-converged virtual SAN solutions free users from the pain of
labor-intensive storage management and provide customers true independence from storage solution vendors that cannot offer a hardware agnostic
architecture. DataCore’s Software-Defined Storage platforms revolutionize storage infrastructure and serve as the cornerstone of the next-generation,
software-defined data center – delivering greater value, performance, availability, and simplicity.

Visit http://www.datacore.com or call (877) 780-5111 for more information.


CONTACT


For media & PR inquiries:

SVM on behalf of DataCore

Jill Colna or Sarah Anderson

401.490.9700

DataCore@svmpr.com

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