November 25, 2014 10:35 PM ET

Technology Hardware, Storage and Peripherals

Company Overview of X-IO

Company Overview

X-IO provides data storage solutions for virtualized infrastructure and database management systems, and cloud services providers. It offers intelligent storage element (ISE) plug-and-perform storage solutions to accelerate transactional, reporting, and business intelligence applications. The company provides ISE storage systems, such as hybrid storage arrays, hard disk drive storage arrays, and large-scale configurations that tune the underlying storage infrastructures; network-attached storage solutions that enable storage to be delivered to clients; and storage arrays for performance-sensitive applications and infrastructures. It also offers ISE Manager, an intuitive management interface;...

9950 Federal Drive

Suite 100

Colorado Springs, CO 80921

United States

Founded in 1995

Phone:

719-388-5500

Fax:

719-388-5300

Key Executives for X-IO

Chief Executive Officer
Age: 58
Co-Founder
Age: 70
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Operating Officer
Senior Vice President of Engineering and Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

X-IO Key Developments

X-IO Technologies Announces Executive Changes

X-IO Technologies announced that it has appointed storage veteran, Bill Miller to its board of directors. Miller will leverage his extensive storage industry experience and proven track record in building successful IT companies to actively assist X-IO's executive team as they take advantage of the company's growth and momentum within highly virtualized data centers. Other key executive announcements: Matt Bross, Chairman and CEO at Compass-EOS, joins the board of directors, Alastair MacWillson, Chair of The Institute of Information Security Professionals (IISP) and former Global Managing Partner of Accenture's global security practice, joins as a strategic advisor and Richard (Richie) Lary has been promoted to Chief Technical Officer.

H&M Bay Inc Deploys X-IO Technologies Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) Storage with Active-Active Mirroring Technology

X-IO Technologies announced H&M Bay Inc. has deployed its Intelligent Storage Element (ISE) storage with Active-Active Mirroring technology to ensure its business operations run continuously 24/7/365. with an owner/operator network of over 10,000 independent carriers, H&M Bay picked X-IO's clustering solution to ensure the higher levels of continuous availability for its mission critical operations. H&M stores and transports frozen and refrigerated less-than-truckload (LTL) goods, such as meat, seafood, prepared foods and deli goods for manufacturers, retailers and distributors across the US. The company's operations rely heavily on its SQL database, which plays a fundamental role in the day-to-day running of the company. When looking to modernize its SQL database, the team at H&M Bay found its existing SAN solution could not offer the performance required to support virtualization. H&M Bay researched the market and after assessing a number of flash and legacy storage providers, picked two of X-IO's ISE 730 hybrid storage systems with Active-Active Mirroring to deliver a high performance and resilient solution to underpin its SQL Server environment virtualized with VMware vSphere. X-IO's ISE 700 series hybrid storage arrays match the needs of data heavy database applications because they can provide high performance for transactions, queries, analytics and reporting cost-effectively. X-IO's Active-Active Mirroring provides business continuity capabilities to H&M Bay, adding an additional element of resilience to its existing infrastructure. Active-Active Mirroring technology allows the company to pair two ISE Hybrid Storage Arrays in a cluster so that they appear to server workloads as a single ISE. All operations on either side of the pairing will be replicated before the operation is acknowledged ensuring the safety of the data.

X-IO Technologies VDI Emergency Response Program Builds Momentum and Solves Performance Challenges Causes by Legacy Storage

X-IO Technologies announced that it has fixed the performance issues faced by Seven Corners within its virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment. By implementing X-IO's Intelligent Storage Element (ISE), Seven Corners has already dramatically increased VDI performance and eliminated system downtime. With a reputation for fixing VDI performance and reliability issues, X-IO's ISE 200 series performance storage system offered outstanding performance, low total cost of ownership (TCO) and a five-year warranty. Seven Corners implemented two ISE 230 high-performance arrays at each of its two data center sites to support DataCore's software-defined storage management solution. Combined, the solution provides for a highly available, low-latency data center, with a disaster recovery plan leveraging replication between two sites.

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