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Fusion-IO on-server flash coming to Cisco's UCS blade systems
On Monday, Fusion-IO announced its first OEM (original equipment manufacturer) partnership with Cisco. The company will supply its ioMemory modules and software for use in Cisco's B-Series Unified Computing System (UCS) blade servers.
Fusion-io ioMemory to Boost Cisco UCS Blade Servers  StorageReview.com
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Fusion-io Gen 2 HP IO Accelerators Available in HP ProLiant Platforms [HP ...
Fusion-io has been providing custom acceleration solutions for HP's line of ProLiant servers for some time. With the recent update to ProLiant Generation 8 (Gen8) servers, Fusion-io has worked with HP to release a second generation application ...
CHART OF THE DAY: Two Gigantic IPOs That Did Worse Than Facebook
Earlier today, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Facebook IPO was not the most disastrous IPO of all time from a first-month perspective.
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Woz says Apple's Siri not so smart
ROTTERDAM JUNCTION - Apple Inc. co-founder Steve Wozniak made a surprise visit to a local horse rescue farm on Wednesday morning, and while there he offered praise for - and criticism of - Apple.
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Cody Kiss and Tell: Little Bear Fire, fighting the EU, gaming Facebook options ...
We've got another question about Zynga Inc. (ZNGA), so please refer to it and if it doesn't answer your question, let's address it next week.
Is Cisco the sleeping giant of the server market?
To that end it recently announced a new partnership with Fusion-io, a next generation storage platform for data centres. Fusion-io becomes a Cisco original equipment manufacturer (OEM), with its Fusion ioMemory to be architected into the Cisco UCS ...
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A patent to help tell if you've been shot
... virtual and physical addresses, patent No. 8,195,912, invented by David Flynn of Sandy, Michael Zappe of Wheat Ridge, Colo., John Strasser of Syracuse, David Atkisson of Draper, and Jonathan Thatcher of Lehi, assigned to Fusion-IO, Inc of Salt Lake ...
The SDMC Is Dead, Long Live The HMC
Those of you in the Power Systems market who had been dreading the transition from the not-much-liked Hardware Management Console (HMC) to its kicker, announced a year ago and based on a souped-up version of IBM's Systems Director, don't have a ...
IBM Beats Out Cisco For Modular Server Deal
It's not a particularly large deal as these things go, but IBM has won a head-to-head competition pitting its new PureSystem platform against similar modular systems from Cisco Systems and come out with the sale.
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Aiming for Third-Time Charm, San Diego's Astute Networks Raises $12M
[Corrected 6/19/12, 10:25 am. See below.] San Diego's Astute Networks, which reinvented itself almost two years ago by focusing on flash-based technology for accelerating virtualized computing systems, has closed on a $12 million Series B financing led ...
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