Is server-side acceleration a free lunch?

Infinio teams up with Tim Stammers, Senior Analyst at 451 Research, to uncover the roots of storage performance pain and explain how server-side acceleration could be a cost-effective alternative to investing in additional storage capacity.

About the speakers

Sheryl Koenigsberg
Director, Product Marketing, Infinio Systems

Sheryl Koenigsberg is Director of Product Marketing at Infinio. Sheryl has 15 years in the enterprise technology industry, focused on storage and data protection. She was most recently at Dell where she sold and marketed enterprise storage solutions. She is passionate about solving interesting problems and explaining technology to people.  Sheryl holds a B.A. in Mathematics from Brown University and an M.S. in Engineering Management from Tufts University.

Tim Stammers
Senior Analyst at 451 Research

Tim Stammers is a Senior Analyst at 451 Research, where he covers flash- and disk-based primary storage systems. Before joining 451 Research in February 2013, Tim was Senior Storage Analyst at Ovum. He has 20 years of experience as an IT industry analyst and journalist, and has also worked as a gas turbine development engineer at Rolls-Royce, and a mainframe systems engineer at the London Electricity Board. Tim holds a BSc Hons in Mechanical Engineering from City University, London and an MSc in Applied Computing from Middlesex University.

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