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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Part 2: How Much Are You Spending to Hot-Swap Drives?

December 16, 2015 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

Learn how to stop wasting valuable time, money and resources. X-IO delivers a unique storage architecture that is a careful symphony of hardware and software refinements that don’t require hot-swapping drives. These include a novel method of laying data on disk with the patented Matrixed RAID feature, structural and mechanical elements in the DataPacs, and… Continue Reading

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Part 1: How Much Are You Spending to Hot-Swap Drives?

December 09, 2015 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

And wouldn’t you like to stop? How much time does the average data center spend swapping hot-swappable drives to maintain 99.999% or better uptime? How much does this cost in manpower? How much time is spent waiting for data to re-stripe across these drives before they are usable in an array? And why are modern… Continue Reading

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There’s Always Time to KISS: Keep Intelligent Storage Simple

October 29, 2015 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

Reposted from TMC.net’s InfoTECH Spotlight. If you’d walked around VMworld in San Francisco this year, you may think it ought to be renamed “VM-Storage-World”.  I counted 26 storage vendors offering their wares and I probably missed a few. This highlights how much the storage market is opening up to disruptive technologies. Allied to this is… Continue Reading

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Not All Storage Is Created Equal

January 06, 2014 | by VIOLIN SYSTEMS

When looking into storage reliability, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the “hard disk drives are unreliable” melodrama being created by most of the All-Flash Array vendors.  To argue that one media is more reliable than another is analogous to arguing that cars are more reliable than trucks – they’re two different… Continue Reading

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