18/09/2018

3 examples of OpenIO SDS Configurations

OpenIO SDS is a highly flexible, software-defined storage solution that can be installed on all types of hardware. Its Conscience technology enables the software to mix nodes of different types, sizes, or generations without affecting the efficiency of the cluster. SDS ...
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11/06/2018

How Much Time Does it Take to Install an OpenIO SDS cluster?

The short answer is "less than you may think”, but let me proceed step by step. ;)
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21/02/2018

Comparing a 12 TB HDD to a 30 TB SSD (for Object Storage)

Yesterday, Samsung announced a 30TB 2.5" SSD. This is the highest capacity yet achieved for a single flash drive in production, and, even if the price is prohibitive for now, the TCO of a scale-out solution based on this device may surprise you.
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07/02/2018

The Real Power of Computational Storage

Today’s CPUs are extremely fast, and one of the problems we have faced in recent years was feeding them properly to minimize wait time, get results faster, and keep overall system efficiency at an optimum level. If nothing else, the positive aspect of the Spectre and ...
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02/05/2016

Lessons learned from NAB 2016

OpenIO has been for the first time at NAB and has got an interesting number of visits at the booth in the Startup Loft zone. All visitors – users and partners – came with real projects and challenges having problems with some other object storage solutions they’re using or ...
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28/03/2016

Main differences with classic Object Storage solutions

It’s often a question we receive when we introduce and present our solution: “We understand object storage but what are your differentiators with others ?”
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