Monday, August 3, 2009

Benefiting from virtual I/O and I/O virtualization

August 03, 2009 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Comparing I/O virtualization and virtual I/O benefits
Greg Schulz, Contributor

Virtual I/O (VIO) and I/O virtualization (IOV) are cumbersome to many solutions providers, but without I/O, servers stop working, storage is unable to respond to requests from servers and there is no data to move over the network.

Although VIO and IOV sound very similar, they both have quite distinct benefits. For example, with VIO and IOV you can sell technologies that use servers and/or storage hardware and software-related services. And finding ways to offer more services is crucial for solutions providers to succeed in a down economy.

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