|Traded as||NASDAQ: FALC|
|Founded||New York, 2000|
|Headquarters||Melville, New York, USA|
|Key people||Gary Quinn
(President and CEO)
(Chief Financial Officer)
FalconStor was co-founded in 2000 in New York by Computer Associates veterans ReiJane Huai and Wayne Lam. In 2007 the company started a joint-venture with the Chinese Academy of Sciences for the Blue Whale file system. The joint venture was named Tianjin Zhongke Blue Whale Information Technologies Company, located in Tianjin, China. FalconStor was listed at #5 in the Forbes 2008 list of 25 fastest growing technology companies. In August 2009, FalconStor, in a joint-venture with Nexsan to create the co-branded DeDupe SG. In 2011 CRN added FalconStor to their List of 25 “Need to Know: Storage Vendors”.
In 2012, the company has agreed to pay $5.8 US million as part as a federal investigation settlement, after it has admitted that its employees gave more than $300,000 in bribes to executives at JPMorgan Chase with restricted stock shares and golf memberships in exchange for contracts. The company was further charged with falsifying its corporate books and records associated with the bribery. ReiJane Huai was ousted as CEO, and later committed suicide.
On July 23, 2013, Falconstor announced that it had named Gary Quinn as the President and CEO. He is still currently the CEO. 
FalconStor's Software includes Virtual Tape Library (VTL) with data deduplication, Continuous Data Protector (CDP), File-interface Deduplication System (FDS) and Network Storage Server (NSS), each enabled with WAN-optimized replication for disaster recovery and remote office protection. Recently FalconStor started to offer a clustered file system called HyperFS, which has been designed to address storage issues related to applications requiring high performance and very low latency, such as those commonly found in media and entertainment markets.
FalconStor's founding CEO, ReiJane Huai, was named Entrepreneur Of The Year for the Metro New York Region in 2009 by Ernst & Young. In 2011 FalconStor was granted HP AllianceONE program Partner of the Year Award in the category of HP Converged Infrastructure Solutions – Government.
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