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It Turns Out the Internet and the Subway Have a Lot in Common

Posted by Laz Vekiarides on 4/8/16 9:00 AM

Perhaps it's unconventional thinking or perhaps it’s just that I am getting old and cantankerous, but there are some parts of the digital economy that do not wear well on me. In particular, the great granddaddy of all things shared - the internet – continues to come up regularly when I discuss the ClearSky architecture. We here at ClearSky Data have taken an unconventional and necessary view of network connectivity. Simply put, we leverage private transport networks for data. This approach still occasionally raises questions, and it’s not unexpected as public IP transit is the way the majority of people have connected for two decades.

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Topics: Architectural Deep Dive: Global Storage Network, Founder's Perspective


New York and D.C. – Now Open for Business

Posted by Ellen Rubin on 4/4/16 9:10 AM

The traditional model for data storage is failing, and transforming to a hybrid cloud model is now at the top of CIO agendas. But, bringing primary data to the cloud is almost impossible for many large enterprises. Customers and partners constantly tell us they need a smarter way than buying new boxes to scale enterprise storage. Enterprises want to apply the economics and flexibility of the cloud to every workload, and to pursue data center transformation.

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Topics: Architectural Deep Dive: Global Storage Network, Founder's Perspective