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Computer Design
"These board-level products won't require modification of existing application programs," says Anil Vasudeva..."They auto-optimize for any selected operating system."

Computer Sources
"The cost of this implementation is 10 to 12 cents per megabyte over the cost of standard file servers without fault tolerance," said Anil Vasudeva...

OEM Integration
"These board-level products won't require modification of existing application programs," says Anil Vasudeva..."They auto-optimize for any selected operating system."
Vasudeva calculates it will be a natural fit for LANs with fewer than 100 users.

Government Computer News

Government Computer News Page 83
Anil Vasudeva...said his company's recent tests on Intel 486 systems indicate that software-only RAID can perform as well as hardware solutions or better. Vasudeva predicts software solutions will continue to grow. "The Pentium and PowerPC chips will have plenty of CPU power for RAID software," he said.

VARBusiness Page 133
"Disk drives are really under the gun for margins," says Anil Vasudeva...As every VAR knows, margins for commodity items like disks are close to zero. "RAID is a value add that will provide the gross margins VARs are looking for," says Vasudeva.

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Electronic Buyer's News
"The same kind of demand for fault tolerance in the mainframe world is showing up in networks," said Anil Vasudeva..."The expectations are now of the same high reliability and performance of mainframe servers. RAID arrays are becoming the cost-efficient way to do that."

LAN Times
"The goal is to provide OEMs and integrators of all types with a SCSI adapter that offers RAID protection for another 10 to 12 cents per megabyte," said Anil Vasudeva...

Open Systems Today
They are intended for OEMS and integrators building high-performance disk arrays for departmental networks and client-server systems," said Anil Vasudeva...

Briefs by IMEX Research
Intel's dominance of the PC and Server marketplace
  • Competitive Strategies for PC vendors

- October 1995

  • Internet - the new paradigm in Computing

- November 1995

  • State-of-the-PC Distribution Channels
  • Shift in the Basis-of-Competition
  • Competition Strategies for PC Vendors
  • Built-to-Order or Perish
  • Internet - the competitive weapon
- January 1996

Internet

  • A new paradigm in computing
- November 1995

UNIX on RISC

  • Markets for 64-bit Computing
  • HP's New Alliances - 3DA & P7
  • Competitive Positioning
    - UNIX vs. NT Operating Systems
    - P7 vs RISC Processors

- March 1996

Computing Trends

  • Data Warehousing
  • Groupware Outlook
- February 1996

Groupware

  • Market Dynamics
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Effect of Internet
- February 1996

Groupware

  • Market Overview
  • Opportunities
  • Competitive Positioning
  • Effect of Internet
  • Future Direction
IMEX Research at Conferences
Server Blade Summit- March 5, 2003
Blade Servers: State-of-the-Industry Special Keynote Address

Blade Server Applications - May 15, 2002
Session Chair

IP SANS - May 14, 2002
Session Chair

Future of SAN - June 7, 2001
Session Chair

Future of Internet Appliances - February 21, 2001
Session Chair

Future of SAN - June 1, 2000
Session Chair

Disk Arrays in PC LAN & Enterprise Servers
- An International Technology Conference
RAID Forum 1994 Speaker

Silicon Valley Personal Computer Design Conference - July 1993
Speaker


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