The latest news and press releases on Tarmin, its technology and commercial partnerships, its customers, Data Defined Storage, big data and the future of information management
GridBank 4.0 Delivers Support for Enterprise Linux, Accelerated Enterprise Object Storage, Enhanced Data Governance including Social Streams and Value-Added Search and Analytics
Boston, Mass. – December 3, 2013 - Tarmin Inc. today unveiled the latest release of GridBank, the industry’s first Data Defined Storage solution that dramatically improves operational efficiency, streamlines data governance and enhances search and analytics. The latest capability enhancements of Tarmin’s GridBank 4.0 Data Management Platform further solidify its innovation leadership in the growing Data Defined Storage market category.
Boston, Mass. and Frankfurt, Germany – October 29, 2013 - Tarmin Inc., a global provider of unstructured data management and storage solutions, today announced it has signed a U.S. distribution agreement with Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM), the world's largest wholesale technology distributor and a global leader in IT supply-chain, mobile device lifecycle services and logistics solutions. Tarmin plans to leverage Ingram Micro to distribute its GridBank solution and build on its leadership in the new market of Data Defined Storage, a revolutionary industry category that is gaining traction among organizations that have outgrown traditional storage methodologies.
Boston, Mass. and Frankfurt, Germany – October 29, 2013 - Tarmin Inc., a global pioneer of Data Defined Storage solutions, today announced it has signed BMR, a value added reseller (VAR) in Turkey. By joining Tarmin’s OverDrive Program (TOP), BMR expands the growing ecosystem of distributors and resellers offering Data Defined Storage. With the partnership, BMR and Tarmin are delivering Data Defined Storage solutions to help regional customers gain understanding and value from data and information assets, reduce regulatory and compliance risks, and lower the total cost of ownership of data storage requirements.
Queen Mary University of London Advances Technology with Tarmin
Boston, Mass. and Frankfurt, Germany – October 29, 2013 - Tarmin Inc., the pioneer of unstructured data management and storage solutions, and Queen Mary University of London, advance departmental collaboration has initiated phase one of a Data Defined Storage project. Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), one of the UK’s preeminent research universities continues to pursue technological innovation by embracing Tarmin’s state of the art software platform, GridBank. QMUL is spearheading the use of Data Defined Storage in academia with Tarmin’s data centric methodology that is without comparison in the uniqueness of what it offers. QMUL is working to satisfy the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) expectations for Research Data Management (http://Tarm.in/EPSRCInfo).
Data Defined Storage fortifies market position with growing demand, unparalleled capabilities and enthusiastic partners eager to gain sustainable competitive advantage with data centricity
The storage industry is on the brink of an unequivocal transformation while Tarmin continues to stay ahead of the curve. We are welcomed into Q4 by a renewed surge of activity around Data Defined Storage.