In a world that’s gone software-defined mad, X-IO are a refreshingly honest company seemingly devoid of hype. They make storage hardware, and specialised hardware at that.
For the software-defined cheer-squad, this might sound like madness, but it’s not.
Sometimes it’s easy to forget that hardware can be an exciting area to work in. X-IO is doing some really interesting things as Justin points out in this blog. Head over to our Storage Field Day 5 page to watch some of the videos from their presentation.
Read more at: X-IO and Hardware Defined Storage
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