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Object Storage Hits the Road with JB&A Distribution Tech Tour

Last year, we welcomed JB&A Distribution into the Caringo Partner family. They are a recognized leader in Media and Entertainment (M&E) Solutions with a unique mix of Distributor and Workflow expertise and an ecosystem of certified, tested and proven products. As the need for content management, distribution and delivery grows, object storage continues to generate […]

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Object Storage for Living in an On-Demand World

I recently took a short vacation to Bar Harbor, Maine with my family. It required us to pile in the SUV and drive a handful of hours north to one of the most beautiful places in the world. During the trip, our 17-year-old son had his head buried in his phone watching a video. He […]

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Evaluating Object Storage & Tequila

Today is National Tequila Day. And, whether you are purchasing data storage for your organization or a bottle of tequila, how you evaluate the merits of products tends to be relative to your specific requirements. While purchases like a bottle of tequila require little forethought, the stakes are far higher when it comes to evaluating […]

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Sync Mac Files with Mobile, PCs, Cloud NAS & Swarm

We recently certified ChronoSync by Econ Technologies with Caringo Swarm, our hassle-free, limitless object storage software. ChronoSync is a robust file synching application for macOS that can synchronize and backup to almost anything you can connect to your Mac. This includes Swarm, cloud services, other Macs, NAS/external drives, iPads, iPhones, PCs or anything you can […]

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Object Storage in a HPC World

Although Flash, NAS and SAN may be the current “go-to” solutions for storage in the High-Performance Computing (HPC) world, that storage paradigm has proven to be limited when it comes to dealing with the rapidly growing data sets of the 21st century. As IT Pros search for cost-effective storage that easily scales with their HPC […]

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Avoid Storage Fireworks with Swarm 9.6 Object Storage

What better way to celebrate the 4th of July than to upgrade to the latest Swarm release? The Caringo team has worked tirelessly over the years to stay ahead of your storage management and data protection/access requirements, and Swarm 9.6 is a great example of how we are continuously innovating and adding new functionality between […]

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Object Storage Solves Data Retention and Access Issues

As the data deluge continues to escalate, retaining, protecting and accessing data for organizations and businesses becomes more and more of a time-consuming, budget-busting, headache-causing “albatross around the neck.” Unfortunately, this proverbial albatross is not limited to just certain endeavors. It tends to be a horizontal issue that resonates across all vertical market segments. Caringo […]

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The World Cup of Supercomputing: ISC2018 & Object Storage

Next week, I have an exciting “first” in my career: I’ll be in Frankfurt representing Caringo at the prestigious International Supercomputing event (ISC). ISC is focused on addressing High-Performance Computing (HPC) technological development and its application in scientific and advanced commercial environments. And of course, all of this is made more exciting for me because […]

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Riding the Object Storage Wave

I often joke with co-workers that life is never boring at Caringo. This week has been particularly “not boring.” In fact, it has been downright exciting. Yesterday, we announced that our VP of Product Tony Barbagallo will be stepping into the role of President and Chief Executive Officer and that our Co-Founder Jonathan Ring will […]

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Can Object Storage Compete with Parallel File Systems?

For the past few years, the value of object storage in the HPC space has been to provide economical storage that can be metered with multi-protocol support and interfaces to traditional and new RESTful applications. At the heart of the value proposition is being able to offload primary storage. In most cases, we are talking […]

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