Private cloud outfit chooses X-IO ISE instead of forklift SAN upgrade
RTW provides VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) and remote desktop services and has encountered rapid growth in demand for its private cloud services which led to performance degradation in its existing storage facility. CEO Mike Wills says the firm was facing performance problems from its mid-range, dual controller unified storage SAN array. This came from a top four supplier and featured Fibre Channel and SATA research; he didn't name the actual supplier nevertheless said it was "state of the art at that time we bought it."
RTW is sold on X-IO at the time. It could have got the same level of performance from a pure flash array technology nevertheless the capacity requirement meant the costs of going that way were just far too high.
The Register's Lucy Sheriff is joined
The Register's Lucy Sheriff is joined by Julian Elve, of The Schools Network, to talk about his recent Office 365 migration.
BI is historically associated delivery of business performance information to a privileged few in big companies. This study challenges this view.
- · Rackspace debuts OpenStack cloud servers
- · America's broadband adoption challenges
- · EPAM Systems Leverages the Cloud to Enhance Its Global Delivery Model With Nimbula Director
- · Telcom & Data intros emergency VOIP phones
- · Lorton Data Announces Partnership with Krengeltech Through A-Quaâ¢ Integration into DocuMailer