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Mar 24, 2010

Et si Seanodes disparaissait

Seanodes (www.seanodes.com), lancé sous le nom StorAgency et pionnier du stockage partagé avec une technologie innovante capable d'agréger des espaces disques internes des machines en les rendant accessible à toutes les systèmes contributeurs, semble rencontrer quelques difficultés. Maladroitement Seanodes a baptisé sa solution SIS pour Shared Internal Storage alors que l'acronyme est largement adopté par le marché du stockage en Single Instance Storage. Je ne serai pas surpris si l'éditeur Français passait sous la coupe d'un acteur américain voire disparaître, ce qui serait vraiment dommage.

5 comments :

Anonymous said...

Seanodes is dead. Management's failure drove company to bankruptcy.

Anonymous said...

This is not true. Seanodes is back in the business. Go check out on their website : http://www.seanodes.com

Philippe NICOLAS said...

It was true even if the company recently "restarted". Now who is leading the company ? who are the investors ? How many employees ? The web site promotes a very French company, may be too much to succeed on this market... but interesting approach especially with Flash/SDD PCI cards...

S. Brody said...

As far as I know, there is no R&D left, just one or two employees that tries to settle an inexistant support. I seems that Deletech (which seems to control seanodes) is killing the business, probably because they prefere selling expansive SANs.
I had very good feedbacks about the product, but very bad ones about commercial and support.
Anyway, a company making storage solution with 2 employees is dead, our about to be...

Anonymous said...

Do you have some more information about their business situation? I tried to have extra feed back about them, but no one responded, seems that the website is left for dead (there are no recent news, as well...)