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SimpliVity

Contributor(s): Sarah Wilson

SimpliVity is an IT  vendor best known for the hyper-converged storage product OmniCube.

The OmniCube is a 2U converged storage box that contains PCI Express flash cards and hard disk drives. It uses SimpliVity's OmniStack technology, which allows for features such as deduplication and compression.

SimpliVity, which was one of the first vendors to provide hyper-converged storage products, raised a total of $43 million in funding leading to the release of OmniCube through a beta program in September 2012. Higher and lower capacity options began shipping in August 2013, shortly before it raised another $58 million in funding.

This was last updated in July 2014

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