GigaIO was recently featured in the California Business Journal. A portion of the article has been reposted below, please visit the original link to read the article in its entirety.
Before GigaIO came along, the five basic building blocks of massive computer servers could not ‘speak’ to other building blocks in other servers in the same rack or computing cluster. Now they can. Thanks to the innovative work – and technological brilliance – of Alan Benjamin and Joey Maitra.
Alan Benjamin couldn’t believe it, either. How was it possible that communication between servers and the basic building blocks couldn’t easily talk to each other?
They couldn’t, that is, until now.
Thanks to technology developed by Benjamin’s company, GigaIO, the basic building blocks of servers in a rack or cluster can now communicate cleanly, clearly and efficiently, saving companies valuable time — and an enormous amount of money.
Welcome to the future of the new data center.