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Scale Computing

Company profile

Scale Computing is a developer and manufacturer of intelligent, unified, scale-out storage solutions tailored to virtualisation and archiving needs of the small to medium business (SMB).

The entire Scale portfolio is based on its uniquely flexible Intelligent Clustered Operating System (ICOS) Technology that offers full-functioning, advanced storage features at a fraction of the price of comparable solutions. 

Headquartered in the United States with a presence in APAC, Scale Computing’s EMEA office opened in London in 2010. Gartner Inc., recognized Scale Computing in its 2011 Magic Quadrant for Midrange and High-End NAS Solutions report, Scale won the Data Centre Solutions Virtualisation Project of the Year Award in London and CRN recognized Scale as a 5 Star Partner Program Winner in the United States for their commitment to 100% Channel distribution.

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Alliance Partners: Scale Computing and Vision Solutions

14 Feb 2013

Scale engages in joint activities that could include engineering, sales and marketing. Hear how Scale's partnership with Vision Solutions could benefit your organization.

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Scale Computing's SMB Focus

24 Jan 2013

What's interesting about it the midmarket is that major shifts in IT infrastructure have happened here. "Business computing" went widespread when IBM and others introduced smaller, more affordable systems that could be used by midsize companies -- like the IBM System/38. This was a successful example of how systems work their way from the top-down.

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Prestwich Arts College Case Study

02 Feb 2012

Prestwich Arts College in Bury is a mixed comprehensive school providing secondary education for students between the ages of 11 and 16. In 2004, the school was designated as one of the government’s specialist ‘Arts Colleges’ reflecting the school’s excellence and aptitude for Arts and Media.

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2011 storage review and 2012 predictions

13 Dec 2011

Jeff Ready, CEO and Matt McPhail, global systems engineer, at Scale Computing offer their insight.

Storage Review 2011

The industry buzz around virtualisation has intensified in 2011 as more businesses have become aware of the benefits it provides. Virtualisation is becoming the cornerstone of organisations’ drive towards reducing operating costs, improving productivity and increasing efficiency. This is further demonstrated with industry expertsreporting that 60% of SMBs have already moved towards incorporating a virtualisation strategy[i].

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Scale Computing Launches HC3: Servers, Storage and Virtualisation Seamlessly Integrated Into a Single Cluster for Applications

19 Oct 2012

Scale's 'datacentre-in-a-box’ takes as little as one-tenth the effort to set up and install compared to traditional infrastructure, and at 75 percent cost savings

Scale Computing, the leading provider of seamlessly integrated IT infrastructure for small to medium-sized organisations, today announced at IP EXPO the UK availability of HC3 - the easiest, most affordable virtualisation system for midsize companies. With no virtualisation software to license and no external storage to buy, HC3lowers out of pocket costs by as much as 75 percent and radically simplifies the infrastructure needed to keep applications running. HC3 makes the deployment and management of a highly available and scalable infrastructure as easy to manage as a single server.

Posted on: 19th October 2012 at 12:00am

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Forbes Names Scale Computing No. 13 on America’s Most Promising Companies List

08 Dec 2011

Scalable, fault-tolerant storage leader recognized for compelling business model, strong management team

Scale Computing, a developer and manufacturer of scalable, fault-tolerant storage systems tailored to the virtualization and disaster recovery needs of the small and medium-sized enterprise (SME), today announced that the company has been named No. 13 on Forbes’ list of America’s Most Promising Companies 2011. Forbes’ list of America’s Most Promising Companies features 100 privately held up-and-comers with compelling business models, strong management teams, notable customers, strategic partners and precious investment capital. The complete list can be found at www.forbes.com/ampc and in the December 19, 2011 issue of Forbes.

Posted on: 8th December 2011 at 12:00am

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