PacketFabric, a provider of on-demand connectivity for cloud environments, has acquired Silicon Valley-based RSTOR for an undisclosed sum of money. As a provider of cloud-based storage and data mobility solutions, RSTOR’s capabilities allow PacketFabric to create optimal data mobility across a cloud-based architecture for its clients.
As companies are building their digital organizations around a hybrid and multi-cloud core architecture, they require more agility to both link, store and move data across that core effectively, stated PacketFabric. The acquisition of RSTOR would support PacketFabric’s clients in doing just that.
“Data is the currency of digital business success. The agility and velocity of data in motion is key to unlocking its value,” said Dave Ward, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of PacketFabric. “But optimal data mobility across a cloud-based architecture requires two key ingredients – an agile network and super-positioned data infrastructure. By integrating RSTOR’s storage infrastructure and data mobility technology at the edge of PacketFabric’s carrier-class Network as a Service platform, we can help enterprises build an agile and high-performance cloud data core.”
PacketFabric’s Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) platform orchestrates on-demand connectivity across data center colocation facilities, cloud providers, and private network interconnection throughout the world. The flexible connectivity delivered by PacketFabric would enable companies to move at cloud speed and digitally transform their businesses.
Combining the Naas PacketFabric platform with the data mobility and storage capabilities of RSTOR would provide enterprises, channel and technology partners globally with a competitive proposition.
“RSTOR has built and grown its business around the idea of allowing customers to control their data as they transition from on-premises to hybrid and then multi-cloud architectures,” said Giovanni Coglitore, Founder and CEO of RSTOR. “PacketFabric’s on-demand, low-latency network has been a foundational element in our solution, allowing RSTOR the agility and cost-efficiency in moving data into, out of, and between clouds. The complete integration between our data mobility cloud and PacketFabric’s Network-as-a-Service platform is the logical step in our journey to maximize the value that our customers are already enjoying.”
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“When designing a hybrid multi-cloud IT architecture for the business, network connectivity is a strategic consideration because low latency access to digital infrastructure is essential to application performance and user experience,” said Mel Melara, Vice-President of Sales and Head of Data Center Practice at leading IT Strategy firm Bridgepointe Technologies. “PacketFabric and RSTOR were already key Bridgepointe suppliers, helping us deliver intelligent and adaptive cloud infrastructure to enterprises. We’re excited to see even greater value for our customers as the two solutions integrate as one.”
“We are excited to see PacketFabric with its Network-as-a-Service capabilities being offered with RSTOR’s innovative storage and data mobility services. The combination of these integrated solutions will be extremely attractive in the APAC region and beyond,” said Nobuhiro Suemasa, CEO at Tokyo-based firm TwoFive. “We have been delighted to see an expansion of the number of points of presence in Japan – now we can expect further extension of this high-value package of services throughout the region which will deliver significant benefits for customers.”
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