Deliver increased performance for any platform

Instead of just upgrading to a default hardware solution to address your storage performance problems, consider building Infinio into your storage architecture.  Include this software-based performance layer with best of breed storage to strike the right balance among performance, complexity and cost.          

Deliver increased performance for any platform

Infinio’s server-side architecture means that performance resources are co-located with applications, resulting in lower response times.  Even if you are considering a shared storage array that is all-flash or a mix of flash and traditional drives (a hybrid array), you can increase performance by orders of magnitude by adding Infinio, which leverages performance resources on the server side, i.e., without traversing the storage network.  Even hyper-converged solutions can benefit from Infino’s storage acceleration approach, as the caching layer is built directly into memory.

Shift storage budget address more business needs

A storage architecture built with Infinio’s storage acceleration platform can dramatically change the economics of your next datacenter refresh.  With Infinio providing performance through our server-side caching layer, you can change how to allocate funds, no longer needing to over-purchase high-speed storage to meet performance goals.  Instead, you can deliver higher performance or more capacity without increasing your budget.

Maintain existing vendor relationships and operations

When facing a datacenter refresh, the process of ‘due diligence’ often prompts IT organizations to consider many options, to ensure they are getting the benefit of the latest innovations at the lowest cost.  However, Infinio’s storage acceleration software can enable you to continue working with your current vendor without sacrificing your access to the best approach for performance.  While you may upgrade your current arrays to newer models with more modern capabilities, there’s no need to choose a new vendor simply to meet performance requirements.  Your refresh may require new hardware and a data migration, but you can preserve your investment in the tools, personnel, and relationship with your current storage vendor.