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Red Herring: 2020 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Winners

2020 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Winners

Lightbits Labs was named one of Red Herring's Top 100 companies in Europe.

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CRN: The 40 Coolest Software-Defined Storage Vendors: The 2020 Storage 100

The 40 Coolest Software-Defined Storage Vendors: The 2020 Storage 100

Lightbits Labs named a one of the 40 coolest software-defined storage vendors of the Storage 100 bring software capabilities, services and cloud connectivity to storage technology.

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SearchStorage: Containers, clouds, NVMe drive 2020 data storage innovation

Containers, clouds, NVMe drive 2020 data storage innovation

Key investment areas include performance-based object storage, cloud and new storage media. Recent investments include startups NVMe over Fabrics company Lightbits Labs, chipmaker Nuvia and all-flash specialist Vast Data.

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Forbes Technology Council: The Tipping Point for Storage

The Tipping Point for Storage

Lightbits Labs Chief Strategy Officer Kam Eshghi pens an article in Forbes about storage trends.

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SearchStorage: Investments in data storage vendors topped $2B in 2019

Investments in data storage vendors topped $2B in 2019

The Israel-based startup created the SuperSSD array for NVMe flash. The Lightbits software stack converts generic in-the-box TCP/IP into a switched Ethernet fabric, presenting all storage as a single giant SSD. Dell EMC led Lightbits' funding, with contributions from Cisco and Micron Technology.

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SearchStorage: 5 data storage trends to watch in 2020

5 data storage trends to watch in 2020

Startup Lightbits Labs is among the storage vendors touting in-the-box TCP/IP as a natural fit for Ethernet-based NVMe fabric.

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Enterprise Technology: TCP/IP Outdated for Big Data Transport, Quiet Company Says

TCP/IP Outdated for Big Data Transport, Quiet Company Says

In network technology circles there’s a joke about “never underestimating the bandwidth capacity of a station wagon full of tapes driving down the highway.” In the same vein, at re:Invent last fall, Amazon Web Services announced with fanfare – and some humor – a service for transferring up to 100PB of data to AWS in a 45-foot long shipping container pulled by an 18-wheeler truck.

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Data Expedition: Data Expedition bring its FTP data transfer alternative to the cloud

Data Expedition bring its FTP data transfer alternative to the cloud

A self-described “quiet software company” that has taken no funding while building a base of more than 200 enterprise customers over the course of 17 years is hoping to make some noise today with the launch of a version of its high-performance data transport software for the major cloud infrastructure platforms.