Heather Wright from ChannelLife Australia with syndication in New Zealand gives the run down on the top winners and contenders in this year’s SVC Awards.
This coverage comes on the heels of coverage with ChannelLife Australia highlighting our new Westcon-Comstor channel partner announcement.
December 11, 2015 by Heather Wright
X-IO Technologies, which recently launched in Australia and expanded its portfolio in New Zealand, both with Westcon-Comstor, has won SSD/Flash Product of the Year at the Storage, Virtualization and Cloud Awards.
The company’s ISE (intelligent storage element) 800 series all-flash array, based on X-IO’s third generation architecture, claimed the glory for the company.
X-IO says the ISE 800 ‘brings a number of unique features to the market’ unlocking the performance of all-flash array, ‘without the usual availability, simplicity or affordability compromises’.
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