More users of digital business applications store data on Scality than any other storage vendor.
Storage That Powers Digital Business
Today’s digital economy demands a disruptive approach to infrastructure. Scality delivers web-scale storage that has powered digital businesses since 2009. The Scality RING, our software-defined storage, turns commodity x86 servers into an unlimited storage pool for any type of data –file and object– at petabyte scale.
people access, store, and protect data on the Scality RING
objects are managed by the Scality RING in production environments
in funding from investors in the United States, Europe, and Japan
with certified applications
The founders of Bizanga, an infrastructure software company selling email systems, meet with operators around the world to understand what is the next big challenge and learn about the need to store large amounts of “stuff” for consumers. Bizanga creates “Bizanga Store” to define a software-based storage technology inspired by Google and Amazon.
Bizanga Store forms as a wholly owned subsidiary of Bizanga and signs Telenet as its first customer.
Cloudmark buys Bizanga and Jerome Lecat, Giorgio Regni, Brad King, Daniel Binsfeld, and Serge Dugas buy “Bizanga Store” which will become Scality with 18 employees.
Telenet goes live on 40 TB of email for 2 million users (which at the time looked big). The service has never gone down since launch, not even a single minute, and now stores 4.3 PB of data. Series A Funding with Idinvest, Omnes and Galileo.
Series B Funding (February) Total raises $13M. Company wins 5 new service provider contracts, including Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Synacor, Rakuten, hostingsolutions.it, and Libero.
Scality wins Red Herring Top 100 Award. Releases RING 4.0 and scale-out file system. Customer expansion includes Mediacom, SFR, German Aerospace Center, and Aruba.
Named a Worldwide Leader in Object-Based Storage by IDC. Series C Funding (June) Total raised $35M. Increases sales by 400%. Signs Orange and RTLi. Wins first customer in Media & Entertainment segment: RTL. Named “Cool Vendor” by Gartner.
Named the Worldwide Leader in Object-Based Storage by IDC. Opens office in Japan. Signs global distribution agreement with HP. Customer wins include Biglobe (Japan), Deluxe on Demand, Dailymotion, RTL II, and Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Series D Funding brings total raised to $81M. Opens new R&D center in Paris. Opens office in Boston. Opens Japan subsidiary. Releases RING 5.0. Signs global distribution agreement with Dell. Adds French Atomic Energy Agency (CEA), Phoenix IT (now Daisy Group), and AXEZ ICT Solutions to customer roster. CEO Jérôme Lecat receives Ernst & Young “Startup of the Year” for Ile-de-France region.
Received investment from HP Ventures. Total funds raised now at $92M. Named a "Leader" in Object Storage by Gartner. Named a "Leader" in Object Storage by IDC MarketScape for the 3rd time. Marked 100% YOY growth. Released open source Scality S3 Server and RING 6.0. Launched ATLAS partner portal and S3 self-certification programs. Number of worldwide customers reaches 130.
Launches Scality RING7 secure multi-site file and object cloud solution, open-source Zenko for multi-cloud data control, and Scality Connect for Azure Blob Storage bringing Amazon S3 API to the Microsoft cloud. Releases first Cisco-validated design for object storage. Named Oracle PartnerNetwork Platinum Level Partner. Featured on CRN’s Software-Defined Data Center 50 List. Zenko project achieves over 2 million downloads.
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