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Fusion-io (FIO), best known for its hardware, has introduced software that turns servers...

Fusion-io (FIO), best known for its hardware, has introduced software that turns servers containing its flash memory modules into storage appliances. The software, called ION Data Accelerator, will be available in October, and is an attempt to better compete with flash appliance vendors such as Violin Memory and EMC-acquired XtremIO. Separately, Fusion-io claims top customer Facebook has migrated to flash-only storage solutions. (previous)
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  • 104r
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    Interesting article but you didn't say anything about what an investor should do at this time. Do we hold or sell?
    I have been holding this stock (looser) for a long time and I truly hate this company but I have held it to off set some it against some of my winners.
    104r
    2 Aug 2012, 02:01 PM Reply Like
  • Swass
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    Violin has the absolute best technology out of any of these guys. That said, I don't think I'd be wanting to invest in any high-beta tech at the moment. I don't think companies are going to continue opening their checkbooks with the economy being the way it is.
    2 Aug 2012, 02:17 PM Reply Like
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