Principle SE - Bay Area
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We are partnering with a storage start-up, literally at the ground floor, that is separating its self from the commoditized nature of the storage market. The firm is adding a Principle SE in the Bay Area that will grow into management as the team expands.
About the Company:
- US-based, Series-A funded start-up
- $15M in first round funding from Tier 1 VC’s
- Investors: Kleiner Perkins & Artiman Ventures
- 9 patents solidifying ownership of implementing NVMe over the Network
- Led by former Pure Storage Executives
Consumers utilizing modern cloud & database applications are looking for throughput. Even with NVMe speeding storage, throughput is limited by slower Fiber Channel. It’s like putting a Ferrari on a one lane highway behind a Prius.
Solving the Problem:
Implement NVMe over the network. By increasing bandwidth and latency substantially, next gen applications, high frequency traders and AdTech firms will be able to crunch data into micromovements for fast, efficient analysis. This can all be accomplished while minimizing physical storage reducing the fixed costs.
Bandwidth: Our client’s platform, increases bandwidth to 120 GBps (GigaBytes per second) compared to 5 GBps by leading All Flash vendors making our client’s performance 25x more impactful.
Latency: All Flash vendors such as Pure currently are working on refining latency to about 0.5 a millisecond. Our client’s latency provides speeds of 200 microsecond.
Density: For the increased bandwidth and latency, a customer does not need more than a 4u Chassis whereas an All Flash solution would require multiple racks. Immediate ROI.
About the Opportunity:
This is a chance to be a part of influencing the growth trajectory of a well-funded, early stage start-up that is creating a new market based on existing use cases. The incoming SE will have opportunity to create the processes they’ve always wanted and if leadership is a career goal, then it’s worth a conversation with us to discuss further.