Yearly since 2013, we are ranking the top fastest growing storage companies in sales, either start-ups, private or public firms, here from 2017 to 2018 (calendar year or fiscal year), based on published figures only.
This ranking will be updated when we will get more information from other companies.
They are all privately held – but six – and about never reveal the exact figure of their sales, revenue growth percentage only.
In 2017, five public companies deserved a position in our ranking: Box, Micron, Nutanix and Pure Storage. This time they are ten: Box, Dell, Dropbox, Everspin, Mellanox, Mimecast, Nutanix, Pure Storage, Qualstar and SK Hynix.
This time one company recorded 500% growth, two recorded 400% yearly growth: Excelero and WekaIO, then Portworx 376%, Cohesity 300% and Talon 128%. Last year there was also three of them grew more than 100%: Cohesity (600%), BlueData (330%) and N2WS Software, acquired by Veeam (102%).
Here are companies being our top list for two consecutive years: Box, Cohesity, Exagrid, Excelero, Micron, MSys Technologies and Talon Storage.
We think Box, Dell, Mellanox, Micron and Pure Storage are the biggest ones in global revenue in our list and we suspect that few of other companies listed are profitable.
Of course we missed all the private storage companies that didn’t reveal anything on their financial activity. For two reasons: 1/ they are successful but neglect to inform us about it; 2/ they are not successful and prefer not divulge their results.
Among them, the majority is involved in software, cloud and flash.
Most Growing Storage Companies in 2018 From 2017
||software platform to manage and protect data in the cloud, at the edge, and on-premises|
||software product that leverages, NVMe SSD and SR-IOV and RDMA|
|2||WekaIO||400%||software-defined storage scales storage to hundreds of petabyte, tens of millions of IO/s, sub milliseconds latency|
||booking growth Y/Y; software-defined infrastructure for containerized applications
||consolidating secondary storage silos onto a hyperconverged, web-scale data platform that spans both private and public clouds|
||billing growth; cyber protection and hybrid cloud storage
|7||Talon Storage Solutions
||software to centralize and consolidate IT storage infrastructure|
|8||Dell||71%||storage hardware and software; % for storage only
|9||Micron||50%||SSD, flash chips and DRAM
|10||Calsoft||49%||ISV product engineering services partner in storage, networking, virtualization, cloud, IoT and analytics domains|
|13||SK Hynix||34%||DRAM, NAND flash and system IC|
|13||MSys Technologies||34%||storage, virtualization, cloud computing, UX engineering and predictive analytics|
|15||Pure Storage||33%||all-flash arrays|
||email security and management|
|17||EditShare||30%||networked shared storage and tapeless, end-to-end workflow solutions for post-production, TV and film industries|
|17||One Stop Systems||30%||open platform for productivity and security in digital collaboration|
||cloud file sharing and storage for businesses|
|19||Mellanox||26%||IB and Ethernet connections|
||cloud content management and file sharing service for businesses|
Note: Other companies could be probably included in this table of fastest growing storage firms in 2018 but they didn’t prove it by publishing precisely their yearly growing figures: Actifio, Backup Everything, Bacula, Cloudian, Ctera, Datera, FileCloud, Komprise, Nakivo, Nasuni, Nutanix, ownCloud, Pivot3, Scale Computing, Veeam and Virtual Instruments.
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