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Atlantis Computing

Contributor(s): Matt Haughn
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Atlantis Computing is a hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) software and hardware vendor. The company offers hyper-converged appliances and HCI software for virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), server virtualization and database acceleration.

Atlantis products include:

  • HyperScale, an affordable all-flash hyper-converged storage appliance.
  • USX, a storage solution that allows enterprises to pool all available storage hardware.
  • ILIO, a VDI solution claiming better performance than physical PCs.

Atlantis promotes all-flash storage, maintaining that it can be lower in cost than disk-based storage arrays. On existing infrastructure, USX helps deliver a better user experience on HCI systems.

Atlantis was founded in 2006 by Chetan Venkatesh. The company, which shipped its first products in 2009, now has over 800 clients in medium-to-large organizations throughout more than 15 markets including education, government, financial institutions, healthcare, retail, service and various tech industries. Corporate headquarters are in Mountain View, California. 

This was last updated in October 2016

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