By Jyothi Shanbhag, TMCnet Contributor
Premio (News - Alert), a U.S.-based premier provider company offering design, engineering and manufacturing services to OEMs and ODMs, has announced that its taking part in 2012 Interop Expo May 8-10 in Las Vegas, to showcase its multi-tiered EchoStreams storage solution that includes FlexIOStreams 2U 12 bay and FlacheSAN2 2U 48-SSD bay unified storage appliances with CIFS, iSCSI and SAS (News - Alert)-attached storage nodes provisioned to virtual machines on the compute nodes.
The company officials said that they will be involved in demonstrating the methods through which data centers or enterprises who are interested in offering reliable, flexible, elastically-scalable and price competitive cloud computing services can do so seamlessly within their existing infrastructure.
“Powered by knowledgeable and experienced professionals, we are a flexible, customer-driven, high-performance company that delivers unsurpassed solutions,” said Kevin Wu, executive vice president of Premio. “Our customers are looking for quick and easy integration with a wide choice of hardware platforms and open-source architectures.”
In addition to these , the company will also offer both live and static demos including a cloud solution built with an Intel (News - Alert) 2U 4-node compute platform run by Orkestra, a massively scalable, cloud operating system from MPSTOR.
The visitors to Premio booth will also get a chance to win a free copy of Windows Small Business Server, an affordable, all-in-one solution to reduce complexity and increase manageability of server technology in a small business environment. The raffle will take place after the show and the winner will be notified by phone or e-mail, said company officials.
Since 1989, Premio has been offering ODM solutions and OEM services in the U.S., EMEA and APAC. The company’s manufacturing facility is 140,000 square feet and our Aurora facility is 40,000 square feet. Premio also has sales operations in Illinois and New England.
Edited by Brooke Neuman