Technology outsourcing company Infosys has made an investment in TidalScale, a provider of Software-Defined Servers.
TidalScale Software-Defined Servers deliver in-memory performance and are self-optimizing, use standard hardware, and are compatible with all applications and operating systems.
TidalScale is making it possible for more organizations to draw insights from big data faster, with greater flexibility than ever before. In the process, TidalScale transforms the economics and time constraints of working with big data.
TidalScale-based systems can scale dynamically and at linear cost as application needs evolve, without the need for costly hardware investments or time-consuming software rewrites. TidalScale provides solutions that are simple to use, requiring no changes to existing operating systems, databases, or applications.
“Among our client base, we see a need for inventive and cost-effective approaches to derive business value from big data,” said Ritika Suri, executive vice president of Corporate Development and Ventures at Infosys.
The Software-Defined Server technology created by TidalScale enables customers to glean insight from data by scaling systems across virtually any population of commodity servers.
“We believe this partnership with Infosys, a global leader in next-generation services, will provide significant value to our customers and help them easily expand the amount of data they are able to digest, analyze and act upon,” said Gary Smerdon, chief executive officer of TidalScale.