Founded by Murli Thirumale, Carter George, and Goutham Rao in 2006, Ocarina Networks was an American data storage solutions provider that developed hardware and software to optimize storage. Headquartered in San Jose, California, the USA, the company was acquired by Dell in 2006 and is currently a part of the Dell Storage Fluid Data Architecture.

Their portfolio included NAS systems and other storage optimization solutions that were integrated with technology such as context-based lossless data compression and record linkages. Their two most prominent products included the hardware-based compressor called the Ocarina Optimizer and the software-based, real-time decompressor called the Ocarina Reader.

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