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Storage Specialist Excelero Joins NVIDIA

IT24

ByIT24

Mar 18, 2022



Excelero, a Tel Aviv-based supplier of high-performance software-defined storage, is now part of NVIDIA.

The corporate’s crew of engineers — together with its seasoned co-founders with a long time of expertise in HPC, storage and networking — carry deep experience within the block storage that enormous companies use in storage-area networks.

Now their mission is to assist increase help for block storage in our enterprise software program stack reminiscent of clusters for top efficiency computing. Block storage additionally has an necessary position to play contained in the DOCA software program framework that runs on our DPUs.

“The Excelero crew is becoming a member of NVIDIA as demand is surging for high-performance computing and AI,” stated Yaniv Romem, CEO and co-founder of Excelero. “We’ll be working with NVIDIA to make sure our current clients are supported, and going ahead we’re thrilled to use our experience in block storage to NVIDIA’s world-class AI and HPC platforms,” he added.

Based in 2014, Excelero developed NVMesh, software program that manages and secures digital arrays of NVMe flash drives as block storage out there throughout private and non-private clouds.

Excelero’s software program has gained reward from customers for its excessive throughput, low latency and help for Kubernetes containers. It’s additionally attracted collaborations with main cloud service suppliers.

The corporate has been an NVIDIA accomplice since its early days, attracting the previous Mellanox, now a part of NVIDIA, as an investor. We collaborated on accelerating storage with RDMA, a key know-how on the coronary heart of each InfiniBand and RoCE (Ethernet) networks.

NVIDIA will proceed to help Excelero’s clients by honoring its contracts. Trying forward, Excelero’s know-how can be built-in into NVIDIA’s enterprise software program stack.

We welcome this world-class engineering crew to NVIDIA.

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