October 25, 2013
SAN DIEGO, Calif., Oct. 25 -- Astute Networks, Inc., the leading provider of Networked Flash appliances, today announced that it will showcase its ViSX Performance Storage Appliance at next week's CRN NexTI event, taking place Sunday, October 27 - Monday, October 28, 2013 at the Westin Lake Las Vegas (Las Vegas, NV).
During the CRN NexTI event, attendees will be able to hear first hand why Astute's ViSX has earned industry wide accolades and acclaim, including being recognized by CRN for the second consecutive year and included on its 2013 Emerging Technology Vendor listing, highlighting hot tech startups making an impact on the channel. More specifically, visitors to Astute Networks Booth #3 will learn why as a 100% channel committed company, Astute's innovative ViSX enables its strategic channel partners to capitalize on the multi-billion dollar solid-state flash/SSD market opportunity.
"The ViSX provides our channel partners with the opportunity to complement their core business strategies and existing vendor relationships, with a differentiated product that provides true competitive advantage," said Ted Lesinsky, vice president of sales, Astute Networks. "The ViSX all flash solid state storage appliance enables our channel partners to bring to their clients the ability to increase database, virtualized application, and virtual desktop (VDI) performance up to 10 times; at a price comparable to hard disk systems." He continued, "For IT managers, DBAs and Server Admins, the ViSX ensures that their end-users are completely and consistently satisfied with performance, while still living within tight budgets."
Astute breaks application performance barriers by resolving critical I/O bottlenecks with the ViSX flash-based Performance Storage Appliances for physical and virtual environments. Based on its 10GbE DataPump Engine and Networked Flash architecture, ViSX gives IT managers a simple to deploy storage I/O acceleration appliance that boosts application and VDI performance up to 10X in a matter of minutes. Companies improve user productivity, customer satisfaction and revenue generation while eliminating the over-provisioning of storage, servers, and network resources. ViSX co-exists with installed storage and delivers 100% flash performance in a non-disruptive, simple to deploy solution, at prices comparable to disk-based systems.
About Astute Networks
Astute is the leading provider of Networked Flash appliances that accelerate application performance by 10x or more, enhance user productivity and lower IT costs for physical and virtual environments. The company's ViSX family of Networked Flash appliances is based on a 100% solid state flash technology that cost-effectively delivers a high number of sustained IOPS to dramatically increase application performance. Powered by its patented DataPump Engine, ViSX overcomes performance limitations by non-disruptively delivering shared performance to all servers and virtual machines over pervasively deployed Ethernet networks. ViSX is available through the company's network of authorized AstuteNet channel partners. For more information, visit www.astutenetworks.com.
Source: Astute Networks
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