Fusion-io announced that the all-flash ION Data Accelerator appliance and the ioControl Hybrid Storage appliance are now being offered as integrated solutions from VARs.
At the VMware Partner Exchange event Fusion-io announced comprehensive updates to its full portfolio of flash-fueled virtualization solutions based on Fusion ioMemory.
At the annual VMware Partner Exchange (PEX) conference this week, storage was one of the key highlights of VMware. Salt Lake City, Utah-based Fusion-io brought its Fusion ioVDI software for VMware View hosted virtual desktop environments into general availability during VMware PEX.
Fusion-io has announced the general availability of Fusion ioVDI for VMware's Horizon View, a VDI solution that aims to cut the usual downsides of VDI with flash storage technology.
A thousand VDI instances run off an entry level FAS array is impressive, even if it was a tradeshow demo system. Now you can try out the real thing and see if Fusion-io's tech voodoo has built a magic carpet for reliable, affordable and fast-performing VDI systems.
The SSD giant, Fusion-io, is pressing its advantage with a new software solution that accelerates the deployment of Horizon View virtual desktops using Write Vectoring, a patent-pending technique that provides something akin to native storage tiering.
If you love fast storage, Fusion-io has new products you are going to love. The first is the ION Accelerator, which can hold up to 32TB of flash storage in proper server form factor, the full 32TB likely being 4U.
As far as the modern datacenter goes, Fusion-io is one of many industry leaders rethinking strategy and product alike.
Fusion-io has now expanded into a provider of a full line of flash-based and hybrid storage products. With its experience in flash management and overall product strength, including storage software, we expect Fusion-io to maintain a strong position in the performance storage segment.