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Sigma Designs Deploys Avere for Speed and Savings

Semiconductor Firm Slashes Latency to Enable Remote Productivity

PITTSBURGH - April 15, 2014 - Avere Systems, a leading provider of enterprise storage for cloud enabled data centers, today announced that Sigma Designs has deployed Avere's FXT Series Edge Filers to deliver significantly improved productivity for design engineers by providing fast, reliable access to critical design systems and data. With Avere, Sigma Designs IT organization can consistently deliver responsive, high-availability infrastructure, even as rampant data growth strains systems and mounting administrative and energy costs threaten always-tight budgets.

Sigma Designs IT evaluated options from NetApp and flash-based storage vendors before choosing Avere for its ability to significantly reduce latency at half the cost of other solutions.

"Avere Systems gives our company new flexibility to deploy infrastructure for both productivity and cost advantage," said Ali Siddiqui, IT Director at Sigma Systems. "Moving our servers and storage to a remote co-located data center—with greater infrastructure protection and lower power costs—allowed us to deliver higher availability to our design teams at a lower cost. Avere technology lets us maintain a 'local' user experience, protecting the low-latency responsiveness engineers need to stay productive."

"For technology firms like Sigma Designs experiencing exponential data growth, every hour of reduced productivity can put schedules at risk and incur significant cost to the company," said Ron Bianchini, CEO, Avere Systems. "Avere's FXT Series Edge Filers continue to gain traction in the market because of our unparalleled ability to reduce latency and improve performance at half the cost of other solutions, delivering real business value and competitive advantage to customers like Sigma Designs."

About Avere Systems
Avere is radically changing the economics of data storage. Avere's solutions give companies - for the first time - the ability to put an end to the rising cost and complexity of data storage by allowing customers the freedom to store files anywhere in the cloud or on premises without sacrificing the performance, availability or security of their data. Based in Pittsburgh, Avere is led by veterans and thought leaders in the data storage industry and is backed by investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Menlo Ventures, Norwest Venture Partners and Tenaya Capital. For more information, visit www.averesystems.com.

Avere Cloud NAS is Storage Reinvented.

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Media Contact:
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Horn Group on behalf of Avere Systems, Americas
646-202-9768
[email protected]

Rose Ross
Omarketing for Avere Systems EMEA and RoW
+44 208 255 5225
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