December 11, 2013

Clearview Extends Storage Portfolio

DALLAS, Tex., Dec. 11 — Clearview, a leader in the Texas Enterprise Data Center and Managed Services market, today announced the extension of Clearview’s Enterprise Managed Storage portfolio with the addition of SolidFire, an all-flash, highly scalable storage architecture. SolidFire provides a native ability to manage performance and capacity independently, and the solution scales to over 3.5 Petabytes and 7.5 million predictable IOPS.

“Our clients need high scale, high-performance, and affordable managed storage. SolidFire allows us to meet and manage the contractual SLAs that enterprises need for production applications,” noted Clearview CEO, TJ Karklins. “The economics and performance of data storage have changed allowing service providers, like Clearview, to support the fast growing trend of third-party storage hosting.”

“Enterprise use of both cloud and hybrid hosting resources are driving the features and functionality of the next generation data center,” commented SolidFire CEO, Dave Wright. “Our service provider customers continue to see enterprises opting away from on premise flash arrays in exchange for the cloud economics and guaranteed performance now available in hosting infrastructures fueled by SolidFire.”

With the addition of the SolidFire SSD platform, Clearview clients will now benefit from a broad range of scale-out, secure and enhanced performance managed storage options.

About Clearview

With multiple data center and managed cloud platforms located in Dallas and Central Texas, Clearview supports Texas, national and international operations. Texas has the depth of IT talent, the power infrastructure, and the robust telecom networks required for world-class data center operations. Clearview’s platform enables enterprise class hosting, colocation, cloud delivery, disaster recovery and data center migration solutions. Clearview is a SSAE-16 SOC 2, HIPPA, and PCI audited service provider. Visit us at or 214.219.2815.


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