Open source object storage startup OpenIO adds hardware
Up to 96 nano nodes fit in OpenIO’s SLS-4U96 chassis. Each ARM CPU manages a single high-capacity disk and a small amount of flash storage for fast metadata access.
Open source object storage software startup OpenIO is easing into branded hardware.
The France-based vendor, which recently opened a North American headquarters in San Francisco, is previewing its dense ServerLess Storage (SLS) appliance to cloud service providers and hyperscale enterprises.