Qumulo named a visionary in 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant

Makes its debut in the Distributed File Systems and Object Storage category

Qumulo is the only new vendor to be named a visionary

In less than three years since launching the company, Qumulo has attracted hundreds of customers. Customers have been on a quest to find a modern approach to file based storage to meet their needs and legacy storage systems have run out of gas.Qumulo File Fabric (QF2) is a modern, highly scalable file storage system that runs in the data center and the public cloud. It scales to billions of files and is less cost than legacy storage appliances. It is also the highest performance file storage system in the data center and in the cloud. Its built-in, real-time diagnostics let administrators easily manage data no matter how large the footprint or where it’s located globally. In short, QF2 allows the modern enterprise to easily represent and manage file sets numbering in the billions of files, in any operating environment, anywhere in the world.

Qumulo is helping our amazing customers to innovate, collaborate and grow. Gartner has recognized Qumulo as a Visionary in the Magic Quadrant.

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