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Company Overview of Virident, Inc.
Virident, Inc. provides PCIe-based enterprise flash storage and solid state disk solutions for database, Web 2.0, and virtual desktop infrastructure environments. The company offers FlashMAX II Capacity, a 4.8TB of storage in a low-profile form factor; FlashMAX II, a SCM solution; FlashMAX Connect, a software suite that redefines the enterprise networked storage architecture; and vFAS, a flash management with adaptive scheduler software, which virtualizes underlying flash to provide the path to application data without any change to the application. It also provides SSDBench_Level2, a SSD performance test that is intended to give a block-level based overview of SSD performance under real-wor...
1745 Technology Drive
San Jose, CA 95110
Founded in 2006
Key Executives for Virident, Inc.
Co-Founder and Global Vice-President of Strategy & Products
Co-Founder, Chief Technology Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations
Senior Vice President and General Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Virident, Inc. Key Developments
Virident Systems, Inc. Appoints Nik Bahram as Global Vice President of Marketing
Oct 16 13
Virident Systems Inc. announced the appointment of Nik Bahram as the company's new global vice president of marketing. Bahram brings more than 25 years of marketing and engineering experience in the storage, server and semiconductor fields to Virident. Bahram will be responsible for product/pricing management, sales enablement, solutions and benchmark labs, outbound marketing, and development of Virident's brand in the enterprise storage markets. He will focus on demand creation and revenue generation in the server/storage OEM, enterprise and web 100 segments worldwide. Bahram will report directly to the company's CEO, Mike Gustafson. Before joining the Virident team, Bahram spent four years at NXP Semiconductors as vice president of mobile and computing segment marketing and sales and earlier as vice president of worldwide engineering and strategy at the Identification Business Unit. Prior to NXP, Bahram was vice president of the strategic marketing storage business unit at LSI, where he was instrumental in accelerating growth in hard-disk drive and solid-state drive SOCs, pre-amplifiers and controllers through product roadmap definition and strategic partnerships. Earlier in his career Bahram held a number of engineering management and C-level/GM roles at Motorola, Digital Equipment Corporation, Creative Labs and several successful startups.
Virident Systems Inc. Appoints Ryan Taylor and Mark Lucas, as the Company's New Director of Sales and its New Systems Engineering Manager
Oct 8 13
Virident Systems, Inc. announced the appointment of former DataDirect Networks and Hitachi Data Systems employees, Ryan Taylor and Mark Lucas, as the company's new director of sales and its new systems engineering manager, respectively. Taylor and Lucas bring 35 years of storage and networking experience to Virident's EMEA team to further develop the company's sales and engineering programs. Taylor will report to Terry Flynn, Virident's vice president of EMEA sales. He brings more than 15 years of experience in enterprise storage, backup and data management, providing integrated solutions to help customers manage unstructured data growth and form the foundation for their Big Data strategy. Prior to joining Virident, Taylor worked for DataDirect Networks as the Content Cloud and Media Manager for northern Europe. Lucas, the new systems engineering manager for EMEA at Virident, has worked in the storage and networking industries for 20 years, starting as a junior systems engineer and working up to a senior systems engineering manager. Lucas previously worked for DataDirect Networks as a pre-sales systems engineering manager, where he helped build the pre-sales systems engineering team and develop pre-sales support for all products sets.
Virident Systems, Inc. Announces 4.8 TB FlashMAX Capacity Card
Sep 24 13
Virident Systems, Inc. announced that it is breaking the capacity barrier for low-profile PCIe flash cards. The company's low-profile form factor 4.8 TB FlashMAX Capacity card further pushes the limits of usable capacity in a single device and will drive new levels of consolidation of the data center, making it ideal for web-scale and other environments requiring the maximum usable capacity. By more than doubling the density of its existing industry-leading product FlashMAX II, along with the combination of its FlashMAX Connect software suite, Virident is leading the flash platform transformation. Virident has combined the same features found in its FlashMAX II card, such as sustainable and predictable performance and flash-aware RAID, with the ability to present a single 4.8 TB device to applications. With the capacity of disk and the performance of flash, FlashMAX Capacity provides substantial CAPEX and OPEX benefits, making it ideal for the most demanding applications. The 4.8 TB FlashMAX Capacity model will be available in the second half of the fourth quarter of 2013. FlashMAX Connect Suite extends the FlashMAX family of products and functionality with the following features: High Availability: vHA enables high-performance/low-latency synchronous replication that copies writes from one server to another, providing storage node or sever failover without affecting application and data availability; Shared Storage Management: vShare enables access to flash-aware partitions of a remote PCIe flash. This allows customers to share the storage residing on remote servers and thereby scale PCIe flash capacity independently of compute. The result is tremendous flexibility and shareability, so a single PCIe flash card can service multiple servers depending on the needs of the application; Data Management: vCache enables construction of transparent-performance cache devices that include write-back, write-through and write-around cache and thus deliver higher performance and better endurance. By adding a FlashMAX II device and vCache to the infrastructure customers can get the performance of a PCIe flash while leveraging existing SAN/NAS investments.
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