Liquid Computing

Founded in 2003, Liquid Computing provides unified computing infrastructure for the dynamic data center. Our core product, LiquidIQ, is a complete "data center in a chassis" blade system that drives down the time and cost of managing IT infrastructure through unified software-based control of servers, storage, and networking resources. Liquid Computing is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada with U.S offices in Stamford, Connecticut.

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Whitepaper: Template-based Provisioning

by Liquid ComputingSep 16, 2009

By applying template-based provisioning, IT infrastructure can be configured to deliver services as needed, and projects with disparate and out-of-sync computing requirements can share infrastructure. As a result, operators can improve responsiveness to business demands through rapid service deployment and, at the same time, reduce overhead associated with power, cooling, floor space, and licensing. More significantly, IT organizations can achieve up to a 10:1 time savings in administration, the largest and fastest-growing cost in the data center today. Unified computing delivers these capabilities, and can be combined with virtualization to provide the flexibility and control required to achieve dynamic data center operations.

Whitepaper: LiquidIQ White Paper

by Liquid ComputingJul 16, 2009

Cost containment is the most critical issue facing today�s data center managers. Increasingly, IT departments are being forced to do more with less, while at the same time being asked to support a complex set of business demands. The way to address these demands efficiently is to transform the data center into a unified set of flexible, configurable, and scalable resources that can be controlled more effectively. Through this transformation, organizations can use IT assets strategically to respond in real time to business requirements rather than relying on the capabilities of obsolete architectures and equipment. This white paper from Liquid Computing will discuss how the company and its unified computing infrastructure are addressing these challenges.