NextIO delivers innovative I/O virtualization solutions that help simplify data centers. As data center server administrators seek to deploy more virtual resources, they will encounter new server I/O resource challenges. Administrators who deploy NextIO rack level I/O architecture will find that our virtualization solutions to be simultaneously low cost, flexible, and offer high performance. A technology solution that allows independent choices for the server and I/O platforms will yield optimum results in cost, management, and upgradeability.
NextIO provides virtualization solutions that:
- Optimize rack server and I/O density
- Significantly reduce OpEx and CapEx by lowering acquisition costs and management overhead
- Provides customer choice in server configurations without vendor lock-in
- Reduce complexity in multi-fabric data centers
- Increases I/O flexibility in VMware environments by providing on-demand I/O resources
Large data centers including MSP's and ISP's take advantage of NextIO's Top of Rack (TOR) solutions which provide virtual I/O resources that can be dynamically reconfigured based on application demands, without touching a cable.
In fact, NextIO delivers an I/O Virtualization solution that can help a wide range of businesses, from manufacturing to finance or even telecommunications. The key to the success our technology is the fact that it separates the physical I/O devices from the servers, locating them at the top of the rack, instead of merely locating the switching at the top of the rack. This helps drive better efficiency and better value for customers.
The NextIO vNET I/O Maestro is a great solution for customers who are deploying rack-based servers and have the following needs:
- Either expanding, rebalancing or consolidating existing rack deployments
- Deploying brand new racks or new data centers
- Utilizing (or want to utilize) dynamic system movement, Vmotion or live migration for more VM agility
- Running 1GbE systems need more bandwidth
- Running virtualization and want to get better VM density to help drive down the cost per VM
- Maximizing stressed datacenters (power/cooling/cabling)
- Changing, reconfiguring or reprovisioning servers on a regular basis
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