StrongBox Data was recognized by Red Herring for outstanding achievements in software solutions and joins the elite membership of previous Red Herring 100 recipients including Alibaba, Facebook, Google, Nutanix, Cloudera, Salesforce, and other leading technology powerhouses.
StrongLink software intelligently automates the placement of data across heterogeneous storage to ensure the right data is in the right place, at the right time, to meet the challenging demands of modern business. Combining metadata-driven insight with a powerful policy engine, StrongLink enables enterprises to optimize service levels without impacting user workflows, while reducing complexity, lowering costs, and improving data protection.
“Our mission at StrongBox Data is to make storage and data management simple, automated, and cost effective. We address the unique problems that come from heterogeneous storage environments such as migrations, technology refresh, HPC, archiving, and business continuity. StrongLink is not an evolutionary product. It’s a revolutionary product,” said David Cerf, CEO of StrongBox Data. “We are honored to receive this recognition from Red Herring. This marks another important achievement as we continue to disrupt the storage and data management industry.”
Red Herring’s editors have been evaluating the world’s start-ups and tech companies for over two decades. They have a unique ability to see through the industry’s hype and pick firms that will continue on a trajectory to success. Winners ran the gamut of verticals, from fintech and marketing to security, IoT and more.
Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated thousands of companies for the Red Herring 100 on both quantitative criteria, such as financial performance, technology innovation, management quality, strategy, business strategy, and market penetration.
“We believe StrongBox Data embodies the drive, skill and passion on which tech thrives,” said Alex Serge Vieux, chairman and publisher of Red Herring. “StrongBox Data should be proud of its achievement: the competition was incredibly strong.”