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Fusion-IO Headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, Fusion-io is a leading provider of enterprise solid-state technology and high-performance I/O solutions that unlock a world of possibilities for performance-starved applications, closing the gap between processing power and storage performance.

The increasing demand for a next generation solid state storage technology is driven by advancements in computer processors which, following Moore's Law, have grown exponentially in performance. Mechanical disks, on the other hand, follow Newtonian Dynamics and experience lackluster performance improvements, introducing a performance gap. Ushering in a new era of silicon-based storage, Fusion-io offers several magnitudes of breakthrough performance at a fraction of the cost of today's traditional disk-based storage systems. The company's ioMemory architecture creates a new tier in the memory hierarchy - one that has 100 times the capacity density and 10 times the capacity per dollar of DRAM. NAND flash-based ioMemory makes it possible to have terabytes of near-memory-speed storage within each node - bringing extremely large memory problems and I/O bound analysis to a new level of cost effectiveness.

Founded in 2006 by a team of experts with successful track records in the fields of transaction processing, high performance networking, storage and superclusters, computing and image processing, Fusion-io's executive team has a long history of building companies that deliver game-changing and innovative technologies to the marketplace.

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