Affordable Data Storage: Cost-Saving Through Extreme Performance

Posted by Gary Lyng on Dec 14, 2018 1:00:00 PM

At a young age, we are pre-programmed to believe that high performance is expensive.  As kids, we played with toy cars of Ferrari and Porsche that are known for performance but associated with high cost and only the rich typically own.  Additionally, such cars are not known for efficiency or for that matter reliability until the dawn of Tesla electric cars.  Tesla offers high-performance acceleration, zero gas costs, low cost of operation and it truly transforms the pre-programmed thinking. Unfortunately, the acquisition cost of a Tesla is not that affordable for everyone, yet.

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Topics: OLTP, flash storage, latency, Customer Experience, Extreme Performance, Reliability, Transformation, cost savings, efficiency

The Acquisition of X-IO Storage

Posted by Mark Lewis on Oct 16, 2018 6:35:00 AM

Today, Violin Systems signed an agreement to acquire X-IO Storage.  This is big.  Here is why we are doing it.

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Topics: Customer Experience, Extreme Performance, strategy

Making Violin Great Again

Posted by Mark Lewis on Jul 17, 2018 7:12:57 PM


OK, I am sorry. I couldn’t resist the play on words. This definitely is not a political post.

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Topics: Violin Systems, Customer Experience, Extreme Performance, Critical Applications