Finance Company Deploys V-locity I/O Reduction Software for Blazing Fast VDI

When the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority decided to better support their users by moving away from using physical PCs and migrating to a virtual desktop infrastructure, the challenge was to ensure the fastest possible user experience from their Horizon View VDI implementation. “Anytime an [...]

The Revolution of Our Technology

I chose to use the word “Revolution” instead of “Evolution” because, with all due modesty, our patented technology has been more a series of leaps to stay ahead of performance-crushing bottlenecks. After all, our company purpose as stated by our Founder, Craig Jensen, is: “The [...]

Recently Discovered SSD Vulnerabilities Could Cripple Global Markets with Data Corruption if Exploited by Attackers

Recently discovered multi-level cell (MLC) solid-state drive (SSD) vulnerabilities by researchers from Carnegie Mellon University, Seagate, and the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, reveal the first-ever security weakness of its kind against MLC SSDs that store much of the world’s data. Two different [...]

How Can I/O Reduction Software Guarantee to Solve the Toughest Performance Problems?

The #1 request I’ve been getting from customers is a white board video that succinctly explains the two silent killers of VM performance and how our I/O reduction guarantees to solve performance problems, so applications run perfectly on every Windows server. Expensive backend storage upgrades [...]

Overview of How We Derive Storage I/O Time Saved

The latest versions of V-locity® (for virtual servers) and Diskeeper® (for physical servers and PCs) both contain built-in dashboards that show the exact benefit of the product to any one system or group of systems by showing how much and what percentage of read/write traffic [...]

Teaser: Coming Soon! Intelligent Caching and Fragmentation Prevention = IO Heaven

Sometimes the performance of physical servers, PCs and laptops slows to a crawl. No matter what you do, it takes half an eternity to open some files. It’s tied into the architecture of the Windows operating system. The OS becomes progressively slower the longer it [...]