One of the main things that can be credited with Fusion-io’s success in the flash market is the company’s use of both innovative hardware and accompanying software that optimizes the offering.
A demonstration at the recent “DEMO Enterprise: An Evening of Innovation” gathering is the latest proof of the huge plus side of this approach. Eight Fusion-powered servers managed to produce 1 billion I/O operations per second thanks to a preview of the new Auto Commit Memory (ACM) software architecture. Specifically, the demo used eight HP ProLiant DL370s transferring 64 byte data packets, each equipped with eight ioDrive2 Duos – Fusion-io’s second generation flash storage acceleration product.
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