By Mandira Srivastava, TMCnet Contributor
Cloud computing is a way to grow capacity or add capabilities without investing in new infrastructure.
Premio (News - Alert), a U.S.-based premier provider of complete design, engineering and manufacturing services to OEMs and ODMs, will show how data centers or enterprises can do more with cloud computing without making change in their existing infrastructure.
According to a press release, the company will display this in booth #508 at the 2012 Interop (News - Alert) Expo May 8-10 in Las Vegas.
"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, Premio. "Our customers are looking for quick and easy integration with a wide choice of hardware platforms and open-source architectures."
Founded in 1989, Premio is a full-service, women- and minority-owned business enterprise. The company maintains its position as a premier global provider of ODM solutions and OEM services in the U.S., EMEA and APAC.
Premio offers “build-to-order" technology solutions in a wide range of markets that are unmatched in both quality and affordability. The company will also explain about its expertise in computing, storage and cloud technologies as well as the company's association with strong ecosystem providers such as Intel (News - Alert), MPSTOR and EchoStreams.
Premio will show an EchoStreams 2U FlacheStreams SSD FlacheSAN2 appliance and a tiered storage appliance showcasing an EchoStreams 2U OmniStreams storage system, all with the latest Intel technologies. EchoStreams storage solution is consist of a FlexIOStreams 2U 12 bay and FlacheSAN2 2U 48-SSD bay unified storage appliances with CIFS, iSCSI and SAS (News - Alert)-attached storage nodes.
The visitors of Premio booth can see a wide variety of both live and static demos including a cloud solution built with an Intel 2U 4-node compute platform run by Orkestra, a massively scalable, cloud operating system from MPSTOR.
Edited by Rich Steeves