Amazon has acquired Israeli storage tech startup E8 Storage, as first reported by Reuters, CNBC and Globesand confirmed by TechCrunch. The acquisition will bring the team and technology from E8 in to Amazon’s existing Amazon Web Service center in Tel Aviv, per reports.
E8 Storage’s particular focus was on building storage hardware that utilizes flash-based cache to deliver faster performance than participating presents, according to its own claims. How exactly AWS intends to use the company’s geniu or resources isn’t yet known, but it clearly lines up with their primary business.
AWS acquisitions this year include TSO Logic, a Vancouver-based startup that optimizes data center workload operating productivity, and Israel-based CloudEndure, which provides data recovery business in the event of a disaster.
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