ESG developed a detailed Economic Value Validation (EVV) quantitative model and analysis for Infinio’s software-based storage Accelerator. In this video, review the results of 158% ROI, as ESG’s rigorous methodology analyzes the relative costs and benefits of leveraging Infinio Accelerator compared to likely alternatives, including a baseline of unaccelerated storage and an alternative storage acceleration scenario.
About the speakers
Sr. Analyst, Enterprise Strategy Group
Mark Peters is an ESG senior analyst focused on storage systems. His particular areas of emphasis are block and unified storage systems, virtualized storage, all types of solid-state storage, and the emerging opportunities represented by “software-defined storage.” Mark has more than 25 years of data storage industry experience and has held senior management roles in sales, marketing, product management, business development, and customer intimacy in the U.S. and internationally.
Before joining ESG, Mark ran his own corporate communications consulting business focusing on storage and IT. He has enjoyed a varied career in high-tech commerce, working at Xerox, Memorex-Telex, StorageTek, Sun Microsystems, and a software startup.
Hailing from the U.K., Mark has a Master’s degree from Oxford University and has been based in Colorado since 1997. In 2012, Mark, his wife, and his daughter were naturalized as U.S. citizens. His youngest son was born an American, and Mark is very happy that everyone in his immediate family has now achieved that status.
Director, Product Marketing, Infinio Systems
Sheryl Koenigsberg is Director of Product Marketing at Infinio. Sheryl has 15 years in the enterprise technology industry, focused on storage and data protection. She was most recently at Dell where she sold and marketed enterprise storage solutions. She is passionate about solving interesting problems and explaining technology to people. Sheryl holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Brown University and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Tufts University.