Look Up in the Sky…It’s a Bird, It’s a Plane, It’s HCI 2.0!

April 03, 2019 | by Bill Robbins

City Governments Modernize Their Metropolis with HCI 2.0 Under normal circumstances, we’re willing to wait for things. We’ll wait for weeks for a tax refund, days for a package to arrive from Amazon – assuming we don’t shell out the dollars for Prime,  and possibly hours for our turn in the hospital emergency room. But

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Press Release: Axellio’s FabricXpress All-NVMe Server Validated for Microsoft Azure Stack HCI

March 26, 2019 | by Kara Smith

Axellio HCI platform meets demanding workloads wherever they are – on premises or in the cloud COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – March 26, 2019 — Axellio® announced today its all-NVMe server, FabricXpress™, has received validation for Microsoft® Azure® Stack HCI, which was recently announced as the hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) program for Windows Server® 2019. This validated

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Meet Demanding Workloads Where Ever They Are with a FabricXpress Solution

March 26, 2019 | by Kara Smith

Where are your workloads – On Premises or in the Cloud? Are they on premises, in the cloud, both? Fast, slow, rapidly growing, sitting still? There are unlimited variations within an organization – and although some are similar – each organization has a unique need and varying approach to their IT strategy.  A few things

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Partner Spotlight: 5nine

March 26, 2019 | by Barry Martin

Building full-featured and easy to manage solutions can take a long time to create from scratch.  That is why we partner with some of the best companies in the industry to build out the Axellio hyper-converged infrastructure solution offerings. With rapid change happening in our industry, we know that to build a feature complete solution

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Press Release: Axellio Receives Federal Contract in Minutes at USAF Inaugural Pitch Day

March 13, 2019 | by Bill Robbins

Axellio approved for the first phase to design a mobile edge-computing platform COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – March 12, 2018 — Axellio Inc. today announced it secured a research and development contract from the United States Air Force to develop FX-Blox™, a portable edge computing platform designed to fit in a carry-on suitcase while providing the

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Breaking Up is Hard to Do – IT Pro Let’s Start Anew

February 20, 2019 | by Bill Robbins

Dear HCI, It’s over. I’m sorry but I’ve found another. No, no, it’s not you, it’s me. Well, actually, yes it’s you – at least in your current form. We’ve had some fun times together through all those data center modernizations, remote office/branch office moments and the great times with our mid-sized business friends. You’ve

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Current State of Infrastructure in Today’s HCI – Part 2

January 31, 2019 | by Kara Smith

Part Two – A New Approach | Hardware Matters in HCI In Part 1 of this article we discussed the world of HCI today, or HCI 1.0. We left off with this question in mind: Is there a server out there that can meet what hyper-converged infrastructure should be, and not just what it has been in

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Let’s Get Small | HCI 2.0 Drives Hyper-Consolidation

January 25, 2019 | by Bill Robbins

Getting small has always been big. In the 80’s Rick Moranis shrunk his kids. Matt Damon downsized a couple of years ago to party with a giant-sized bottle of vodka. And today, tiny houses are all the rage.  Hyper-Consolidation has happened throughout time. The same goes for the tech industry – can you believe how much storage is in phones these days?! For enterprise

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Ohio Medical Center Gives Its Aging VMware Infrastructure a Bionic Makeover

January 15, 2019 | by Bill Robbins

When constant memory upgrades and storage capacity needs in an aging VMware healthcare IT environment weren’t cutting it any longer, Axellio introduced the IT team to Microsoft WSSD on FabricXpress.

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