StarWind Software Named as a Finalist for The Storage Awards 2013


StarWind Software Inc., an innovative provider of storage virtualization software, announced today that the company has been named as a finalist for The Storries X (The Storage Awards 2013). StarWind’s virtualization software, StarWind iSCSI SAN, is nominated in the category of Storage Virtualisation Product of the Year.

Every year, Storage Magazine, the UK based magazine that focuses on the software industry in the fields of storage, backup, archiving and compliance, disaster recovery, data deduplication, NAS devices and other IT-related news, holds the prestigious “The Storage Awards” that recognize the industry’s top leaders for their achievements during the past year. Apart from the editor’s selections, the awards are given based on readership votes. Readers may go online and vote on the featured nominees. Last year, the 2012 Awards saw in excess of 8,500 readers voting (41,000+ votes cast in total) for their favorite products, people, and companies.

StarWind has been nominated for its StarWind iSCSI SAN software that provides the key component required for the virtualization environment in order to eliminate its vulnerability – the fault-tolerant shared storage that delivers high availability (HA), improved data protection, and simplified storage management.

StarWind is up against 14 other nominees in the Storage Virtualisation Product of the Year category, including Dell, IBM, DataCore, and NetApp.

“StarWind Software continues to be recognized throughout the industry for its ability to deliver the efficiency, enhancements, and simplification in storage virtualization,” said Artem Berman, Chief Executive Officer of StarWind Software“We are pleased to be once again honored for our achievements by being named a finalist in The Storage Awards 2013.”

The winners of The Storage Awards will be announced on June 6, 2013 at the Grand Connaught Rooms in London.

Take a second to check out all of the categories and nominations and take the time to VOTE for:


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