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Virtensys to Demonstrate Its Award-Winning I/O Virtualization Solutions at FOSE 2010

Virtensys, Ltd, a leader in next-generation I/O solutions for data centers, today announced that the company will demonstrate its I/O virtualization switches, the Virtensys VIO-4000 Series, at FOSE 2010 – booth # 2423 - on March 23-25, 2010 in Washington, D. C. The company has recently announced an agreement with Promark Technology to distribute its virtualization solutions to government users.

Virtensys I/O virtualization switches consolidate and share server I/O resources. The switches connect to servers via the native PCI Express interconnect and eliminate network and storage cable, as well as access layer switches from the racks. This substantially reduces I/O power consumption, capital equipment costs, number of cables, server management complexity and operational expenses by more than 60 percent.

Virtensys switches manage the entire I/O infrastructure as a single entity, enabling servers to be wired once and I/O resources to be dynamically allocated and modified without any physical reconfiguration. The VIO-4000 series are the industry’s only I/O virtualization switches that are deployed without any modification to the existing servers or networks in the data center, and support all the major networking and storage connectivity, including Ethernet, Fibre Channel, FCoE, iSCSI and SAS/SATA. The switches deliver the industry’s best server I/O price/performance and lowest energy consumption for accessing network and storage infrastructures through traditional or converged networks. The products won the “Best New Technology” award at VMworld 2009, the “Techworld Virtualization Product of the Year for 2009,” and the “Storage Magazine 2009 Product of the Year” award.

Published Friday, March 19, 2010 7:03 PM by David Marshall
Virtensys to Demonstrate Its Award-Winning I/O Virtualization Solutions at FOSE 2010 | Explore Tech Answers - (Author's Link) - March 19, 2010 8:06 PM
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