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Isilon

Isilon Systems is the worldwide leader in clustered storage systems and software for digital content and unstructured data, enabling enterprises to transform data into information and information into breakthroughs. Isilon's award-winning family of IQ clustered storage systems combine Isilon's OneFS operating system software with the latest advances in industry-standard hardware to deliver modular, pay-as-you-grow, enterprise-class storage systems. Isilon's clustered storage solutions speed access to critical business information while dramatically reducing the cost and complexity of storing it.

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Whitepaper: The Total Economic Impact Of Clustered Storage System

by IsilonJul 16, 2008

A Forrester Consulting Study examines the total economic impact and return on investment (ROI) that enterprises may realize by deploying clustered storage. Forrester Consulting conducted a series of in-depth interviews with four organizations currently using Isilon?s clustered storage systems and found that these companies achieved benefits including lower upfront costs, fewer administrative resources, less training and professional services, and cost avoidance of traditional storage media.


Whitepaper: Breaking the Bottleneck - Solving the Storage Challenges of Next Generation Data Centers

by IsilonFeb 05, 2008

If it's true that information is the lifeblood of business, then it's also true that the corporate data center has become the heart of the enterprise. As computing power, networking and traditional NAS/SAN storage technologies matured in the late-1990's, centralized architecture, in the form of corporate data centers, received widespread adoption. However, as these data centers "even those built as recently as 5 years ago" have grown in complexity, scale and business importance, their efficacy


Whitepaper: The Clustered Storage Revolution

by IsilonJan 01, 2008

The purpose of this whitepaper published by Isilon Systems is to introduce one to a new paradigm shift that is currently taking place in the data storage industry: the movement toward Clustered Storage architectures. Distributed storage clustering for the data storage industry is in much the same position today that IBM was in 1981. This paper discusses the trends that clearly define clustered storage architectures as the future of data storage, detail the requirements of this new category of