The team over at Actual/Tech Media knows what they’re doing. David Davis (@davidmdavis), Brian Suhr (@bsuhr) and Scott Lowe (@otherscottlowe) are well-known vExperts, authors, analysts, and speakers on technical topics. The depth and breadth of their collective technical expertise is a powerful combination. If you don’t follow them on Twitter, you should. That’s why we asked them to take a look at Infinio Accelerator in their lab.
It makes intuitive sense that storage acceleration provides both hard and soft benefits to an IT infrastructure. Of course faster application and desktop performance is valuable, especially if the method you choose allows you to save the cost of buying additional storage capacity.
We're excited to be headed to VMware Partner Exchange in San Francisco this year! We're looking forward to VMware's announcements, great demos and sessions, and most importantly meeting many of you. Here's how you can interact with us.
As 2014 draws to a close, it seems like a good time to look back at Infinio’s year. It’s been a busy one, full of growth, learning, and sharing ideas with our customers and industry friends. Here are some of the highlights – Infinio’s year in review.
2014 was the first full year our product was on the market, and we were proud to work with so many wonderful customers who became friends. Several were kind enough to share their stories, including Minara Resources, National Specialty Alloys, Budd Van Lines and Attivio. Each one had different reasons for choosing Infinio, and we look forward to sharing many more customer success stories in 2015.
What a difference a year makes!
I love startups. And one of the things I love most about them is being part of rapid growth and change. Startups look and feel very different from one year to the next, and in the virtualization startup space, we measure our years from one VMworld to the next.