You Move the Products, We’ll Help You Move the Data
Transportation encompasses a wide range of companies and operations, but one thing is clear – they all focus on the movement of objects from one location to another. From sacks of flour to livestock or human beings, transportation is about keeping inventory moving and keeping schedules intact. In an environment where the fixed costs are typically high, transportation companies look to their partners to help them keep fixed costs in line. Transportation companies rely on large amounts of data, in real time, to help them make decisions about optimal routes and lowest costs and NextIO can help facilitate this decision making
- High throughput data – With the ability to handle multiple 10Gb Ethernet connections and multiple 8Gb Fibre Channel connections (along with the support for future 40Gb Ehternet), NextIO can deliver the bandwidth needed to ensure that communications are maximized and there are no delays or bottlenecks
- Effortless sharing – Transportation applications require a lot of data sharing as they manage inputs from a variety of sources to make the best routing decisions. With NextIO servers that are all connected to the same vNET I/O Maestro share data within the rack. There is no need for north-south traffic for servers in the same rack, allowing for optimized routing and fewer data delays.
- Low cost infrastructure – Driving down that fixed cost is critical and NextIO can help transportation customers by delivering a solution that saves considerable budget relative to traditional networking solutions. In addition to saving on the capital costs, the efficiency of the vNET will also drive down operational costs.
So keep your transportation business moving with vNET I/O Maestro, the solution that lets you manage data just like you manage your business – efficiently, quickly, and with a low cost. NextIO has helped companies maximize their IT investments by optimizing their communications, keeping trains running smoothly and efficiently and keeping products moving through their channels.