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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Current State of Infrastructure in Today’s HCI – Part 1

December 19, 2018 | by Kara Smith

The use of hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) is nearly universal today, both in enterprise on-premises datacenters as well as forming the basis for services available from public cloud providers. We all know that tightly coupled hardware and software in HCI is key, but what has become apparent is that the foundation for the numerous benefits of

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Axellio’s Architecture Blows Away Traditional Approach to Tick Analytics

December 04, 2018 | by Hollis Beall

Since attending this year’s Securities Technology Acceptance Corporation’s (STAC) winter conference in London, I have been going back through the Tick Analytic (STAC-M3) benchmark submissions that have been done since we submitted ours last year.  There is an interesting pattern that is starting to become evident, and it’s not looking good for traditional server/storage architectures.

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Fresh off the STAC : The Need for Speed in FinTech

November 08, 2018 | by Hollis Beall

The Securities Technology Analysis Center (STAC) Summit that took place in NYC this fall marks Axellio’s 4th time to participate in the event series. Since joining STAC 2 years ago, we have continued to walk away with great insight coming from collaborative conversations with other vendors and FinTech professionals. STAC Summit: A FinTech Must At

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Press Release: X-IO Technologies is now Axellio Inc.

October 16, 2018 | by Bill Miller

X-IO to sell storage business to Violin Systems, apply more muscle and resources to its FabricXpress converged server, NVMe edge-computing, and HCI platform and solutions COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Oct. 16, 2018 — X-IO Technologies today announced it has signed a Letter of Intent with Violin Systems, LLC to sell its X-IO Intelligent Storage Element

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The New Axellio Inc.

October 16, 2018 | by Bill Miller

We announced today that we are separating our ISE Storage Arrays business from our Axellio FabricXpress™ Edge Computing and Hyperconverged Infrastructure solutions business and have reached a definitive agreement with Violin Systems to acquire the ISE Storage Array business. The rebranding of our company to Axellio Inc. is a culmination of a three-year journey to

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Hyper-Converged Infrastructure | Up Your Game

September 26, 2018 | by Rob Peglar

HCI Appliance – Time For a Change Hyper-Converged Infrastructure – HCI for short – is today a well-established technique in enterprise computing.  In the last 5-10 years, the software for HCI has matured rather nicely, from the basic hypervisor layer all the way through extensive management and orchestration layers.  Today, that includes several forms of

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