Announcing the Storage Industry’s First “Fast When Full” All-Flash Performance Guarantee

April 06, 2016 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

X-IO Technologies announces the storage industry’s first “Fast When Full” all-flash performance guarantee Colorado Springs, Colo., April 6 2016 – X-IO Technologies today announced its ‘Fast When Full’ program that guarantees performance on its Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) 800 series All-Flash Storage Arrays. The guarantee states that the arrays deliver up to 200,000 IOPS at… Continue Reading

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50 Shades of Storage, Part 2

April 10, 2013 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

As I began to go down the path to describe the “50 Shades of Storage” in my last blog, I noticed a blog from David Black (see He talks about X-IO, in a unique way, which is ripe for me to talk about as we delve into the storage products that work well

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50 Shades Of Storage

March 27, 2013 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

— Storage Horizons Blog — HDD, Hybrid HDD/SSD, Or All SSD Storage:  So Many “Shades Of Grey” That It Is No Wonder People Are Confused! There is a significant amount of hype out there around all SSD solutions, in the marketplace today, with the likes of Violin, Pure Storage, Nimbus, etc. There is also a… Continue Reading

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Cloud Computing and Datacenter Automation in an Era of Efficiencies

November 08, 2012 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

— Storage Horizons Blog — What’s a cloud? To me, it is an automated datacenter that can provide compute, application, and backup services. It can be a private cloud for a company, or it can be public where the cloud provider wants to make money on the services it provides. In both private and public… Continue Reading

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The Truth About Storage, Part Four

March 07, 2012 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

— Storage Horizons Blog — Another myth, the second in the Five myths and Half-truths series, is that the ‘storage shelf’ or ‘drive tray’, or new ‘massively dense drive packages’ and servers with many HDDs are actually decent at preventing vibration and providing enough cooling for all the drives in the enclosure. THEY ARE NOT…. Continue Reading

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