CacheBox changes name to PrimaryIO; New Name Better Reflects Company’s Focus on Application Performance Acceleration of Primary Data
PrimaryIO is at the forefront of application performance acceleration of Tier 1 databases including Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL and MongoDB
SAN CARLOS, Calif., August 3, 2015 — CacheBox, Inc. today announced the company’s name change to PrimaryIO, better reflecting its dedication to delivering software-defined innovations for accelerating the most essential primary data within critical business applications. Additionally, the company’s flagship product, CacheAdvance, is now called PrimaryIO APATM for Windows and Linux. PrimaryIO APA offers the industry’s first application-centric I/O acceleration that delivers over 2x the performance of traditional solutions.
“Our Application Performance Acceleration (APA) technology has the unique intelligence to distinguish primary versus secondary data such as database transactions stored in tables or indexes that speed up queries to achieve the highest performance improvement possible. It also ensures the most effective utilization of costly flash storage,” said PrimaryIO CEO, Lorenzo Salhi. “This varies from other solutions that direct all application I/O to solid state storage in servers.”
Microsoft MVP and SQLMaster, Satya Jayanty said at a recent SQL Saturday event in Edinburgh,“clearly a better way to scale-up your data platform is by taking inline support from PrimaryIO’s unique approach to application performance acceleration. The software optimizes flash capacity utilization and simultaneously improves performance in a significant way with intelligent I/O data service policies. The company has a unique and accelerated approach to providing optimal data performance for both traditional core-relational to analytical big-data workloads.”
About PrimaryIO, Inc.
PrimaryIO is a privately funded start-up with offices in Silicon Valley, California; Pune, India; and Vienna, Austria. The company is focused on using its advanced application centric architecture to vastly improve application performance. The executive team hails from leading software and storage industry veterans from companies such as STEC, Symantec/Veritas and NetApp.