The latest news articles, editorials, discussions and analyses on Tarmin, the GridBank Data Management Platform and its successes across the dynamic Data Defined Storage, data management and big data markets
Tarmin was a 2014 runner up in the global Tech Trailblazer Awards for enterprise IT startups. The Tech Trailblazer’s recognize outstanding achievements and innovation in the categories of Big Data, Cloud, Emerging Market, Mobile, Networking, Security, Sustainable IT, Storage and Virtualization.
Data that is doubling every two years poses a significant burden on organizations using a traditional infrastructure and approach. The Association for Data Center Management Professionals highlights in a recent article how Data Defined Storage is the solution for managing unstructured data.
Financial institutions are experiencing both extreme data growth volumes, and regulatory pressures to reduce budgets while maintaining the same if not greater data protection, governance, discovery and access capabilities. Money Management Intelligence highlights how organizations can utilize Data Defined Storage for risk management of their data.
In a recent article published by Microscope highlights what is in store for storage in 2014 featured Tarmin VP of Marketing, Joseph Lynn discussing the anticipated growth of the Data Defined Storage marketplace being pioneered by Tarmin.
Tarmin president and CEO, Shahbaz Ali uncovers the secret to creating business value using Data Defined Storage in a recent Betanews article, a publication that delivers the latest on newly released software titles. Ali goes on to describe how financial institutions benefit from taking a data centric approach due to the nature of the industry and need for compliance, data governance and unification.
Tarmin has been shortlisted to win the FStech Most Innovative Product of the Year award. The FStech Awards recognizes excellence and innovation in the field of information technology within the UK and EMEA financial services sector. Winners will be announced at the Awards Gala Dinner in London on March 27th.
The combined power of Tarmin and IBM is addressing the emerging business needs of organizations enabling them to become smarter, stronger, faster and more agile through Data Defined Storage technologies. This partnership, a joint Infographic has been produced that highlights the innovation at the core of Data Defined Storage, focusing on gaining real value from data, rather than the size, media or location of the data.
Tarmin GridBank is changing how people might come to think about what storage actually is- and what service it provides. The Taneja Group uncovered The Data Defined Storage approach as delivered by Tarmin GridBank, citing “By thinking about how the data is storing might drive and dictate storage features and capabilities designed to maximizes the ultimate business value of the data.”
Storage Magazine included the New Data Defined Storage offering from Tarmin as one of their monthly newsletters top stories. The Storage Magazine is the UK’s number one resource for all IT Storage related news. The article discusses Tarmin’s newly released GridBank 4.0 including the latest capability enhancements to the Data Defined Storage solution.
Tarmin has been shortlisted for the Storage Tech Trailblazer Awards. Tarmin has been selected for its innovative solution GridBank and for pioneering the emergent market category Data Defined Storage. Tarmin’s data-centric approach has gained significant momentum in the industry, probing this prestigious award nomination. To vote for Tarmin visit http://Tarm.in/ttb.
The Singapore Business Review, a magazine that covers a variety of topics within the Singaporean business landscape uncovered the most promising investment picks for 2014, Data Defined Storage made the list along with US and China equities, Asian bonds, and Gold. In the article, Tarmin president and CEO, Shahbaz Ali points out the burgeoning value and importance of data and analytics solutions, stating that “investors would do well to explore the Data Defined Storage.”
Tarmin made its second debut on Truebit.tv at the Powering the Cloud event in Frankfurt. GridBank’s broad skillset was the focus, as Shahbaz Ali uncovered the vast competencies and cunning functionalities delivered by the first purpose built Data Defined Storage solution.
Tarmin is pleased to announce the release of GridBank 4.0 the enriched platform establishes Data Defined Storage as the gold standard for unstructured data, offering new features including support for Enterprise Linux, Accelerated Enterprise Object Storage, and Enhanced Data Governance and Analytics.
Tarmin’s new release of GridBank 4.0 is making Storage Newsletter headlines globally with the new improvements including support for Enterprise Linux. GridBank’s updates are among the most noteworthy trends and stories from business executives, IT gurus and industry leaders. The broadened capabilities of Tarmin GridBank are cultivating a strong push towards Data Defined Storage technologies in the expanding marketplace.
Data Defined Storage has cultivated a new way of viewing, and employing data using a data centric approach that Storage Networking Solution cites as one “which focuses on utilizing metadata about the meaning, content and value of the information, rather than the media, type and location of the data.”
Data Defined Storage is instrumental in turning information into assets. Tarmin president and CEO, Shahbaz Ali shares his insight on unstructured data management as it relates to innovation in the financial industry in a recent article by Financial IT.
Risk Tech Forum, a publication that focuses on global risk technology highlights GridBank 4.0’s enhancements, additions, and significant improvements to satisfy the growing and increasingly complex unstructured data management challenges of enterprises today. The article highlights the solutions many new features including accelerated enterprise object storage, social streams, and improved search and analytics.
Search Storage profiled GridBank 4.0’s technical features including the enhanced random access of objects, greater platform and application programming interface support and performance profiling for storage tiers. Tarmin VP of Marketing, Joseph Lynn describes the distributed metadata repository and security and identity management functionality to better acclimate the Storage-buying IT pros of GridBank’s improvements.
Tarmin was recently featured in Finextra, a technology information resource for the financial community for its latest update to GridBank 4.0, the Data Defined Storage industry’s first purpose built solution. The latest enhancements to GridBank solidify its innovation leadership in the growing market category and assists banks and financial institutions with meeting strict regulatory compliance mandates.
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