Disclosure: As a leading DRAM and NAND caching company for data centers and private clouds, we’re collaborating closely with Intel on Optane testing, and it is an area of great interest to us. We’ve been closely following the discussion around the recent Register article that quotes Wikibon’s report on Optane by David Floyer. While we don’t have a subscription to Wikibon and thus can’t read the full report, we wanted to respond, as most IT decision makers will only see the Register article or the Wikibon free preview.
This week, we announced the GA of Infinio Accelerator 3.0. More about that in a moment, but first, I’d like to take you back to 2011, the year we started Infinio.
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MIC Business Solutions, Inc. (MIBS), a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation and a leading provider of IT services, manages the information systems, such as SAP and Oracle, for customers in the highly performance-sensitive global financial trading industry across the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. So when spikes
in I/O requests occasionally overlapped during “rush hour” resulting in a negative impact on application performance and caused the end-of-day reports to run longer than usual, MIBS’ New York City-based server team started evaluating other storage solutions. “Although we had high hopes for improving performance with the EqualLogic hybrid array, the solution, while costly, didn’t give our system a significant boost,” said T.C. Chen, senior system engineer for MIBS. “It can’t support the full extent of projects we’re planning to tackle in the future.”
Comtec Enterprises, a UK-based provider of IT infrastructure, data center and communications solutions since 1994, has a stellar reputation based on an outstanding industry knowledge and an understanding of both the challenges that face enterprises and the vast array of technologies available to them. So when increasing storage latencies threatened to slow down its fast growing infrastructure-as-a-service hosting business, Comtec considered many options, including hybrid arrays, hyper-converged technologies, software-defined solutions and adding solid state disks to its servers. But based on its ease of use, non-disruptive operation and an unbeatable cost efficiency, Comtec deployed Infinio Accelerator, a software-based, server-side solution designed to increase storage performance in VMware environments with no additional hardware at a fraction of the cost of alternative designs. Read Comtec’s case study here.
What: Visit Infinio's booth at the 2015 VMUG Virtual Event. Check out our latest product videos, white papers and customer case studies, and chat with our product specialists.
When: Monday, November 9, 2015
Where: Conveniently located at your home or office
How: Register online. It’s free!
Boone County Health Center, a general medical and surgical hospital serving several counties in Nebraska, has recently deployed Infinio’s storage acceleration technology to improve performance of their virtual desktop infrastructure. Infinio Accelerator is a software-based, server-side solution designed to increase storage performance in VMware environments with no additional hardware at a fraction of the cost of alternative designs. Read the Boone County Health Center's case study here.
VMworld 2015 in San Francisco (August 30-September 2) is just around the corner and it is shaping up to be a great show. Make sure you keep a free spot in your schedule to visit our booth #2029 in the Moscone Center South Hall. Meet our team and learn about the latest enhancements to our storage acceleration solution for VMware, Infinio Accelerator. Join us for entertainment, presentations, product demos, great giveaways and more:
Every year, CRN’s annual Top 100 list “salutes the key players who continue to shape the way channel does business.” The publication calls its elite 100 “influencers,” “leaders,” “innovators” and “disruptors.” These are the people “who are changing the way business gets done in the IT channel” and Infinio CEO and Co-Founder Arun Agarwal appears on this year’s list amid its top 25 innovators.