Liqid Composable frees IT users from vendor lock-in and traditional purchasing cycles enabling them to build a living infrastructure that changes to meet their business needs and scales as needed. All of this while offering powerful improvements in data performance, architectural optimization, hardware disaggregation, and footprint efficiency
Today’s data center “status quo” architecture cannot keep up with the ever-changing technology and business landscape. Our composable infrastructure platform meets the challenges associated with static IT infrastructure head on by offering powerful improvements in data performance, architectural optimization, hardware disaggregation, and footprint efficiency. Our solutions enable users to build data centers with agility and scalability at the fore front. The Liqid approach affects not only providers but, more importantly, individuals and businesses of all sizes who rely on their services.
We were founded in the greater Denver area by a team of experts with decades of broad experience in data center architecture and software design. Our customers, partners, investors, and advisors are among the top luminaries pioneering advancements in AI, IoT deployments, cloud and edge computing environments, HPC, DevOps, and other emerging, high-value applications driving the 21st Century economy.
The world is increasingly dynamic while the infrastructure that supports it is, for the most part, static. To keep society's technological advancements moving forward we need a platform that meshes today with tomorrow.
Simply put, our purpose at Liqid is to create solutions that not only keep up, but keep propelling us forward.
We are lucky to have a team with cross-discipline expertise bringing the Liqid Composable vision to the market. Check out our experts’ thoughts on current developments in composable infrastructure and IT, the business of the data center, technology market trends, and more.
We'll be discussing more GTC and how Liqid bridges important gaps and opens new doors in the GPU realm as the date for that draws closer.
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