Its been about two months since the flash memory company SanDisk agreed to pay about $1.2 billion for Fusion-io, the company that was among the first to really push flash into the enterprise data center.
During the last two years, prominent new technology companies have conducted controversial IPOs that saw insiders and early venture capital investors cash-in and stock market investors suffer serious losses.
At first glance, the product and business of Fusion-IO, Inc. (NYSE:FIO) may sound very complex. Therefore, since Fusion-io was a pioneer in this field, one could infer that the company has strong competitive advantages in this field set in motion.
San Jose-based IO Turbine, which makes software that speeds up input/output operations in virtualized computer systems using flash storage, has been acquired by memory systems maker Fusion-io (NYSE: FIO) for $95 million in cash and stock, the Salt ...
Fusion-io, Inc. provides solutions for enterprises, hyperscale datacenters, and small to medium enterprises (SMEs), that accelerates databases, virtualization, mission-critical applications, cloud computing, big data, and information systems.