We’re excited to share a new free report from 451 Research highlighting Liqid’s advancements in composable infrastructure. John Abbott, Co-founder and systems infrastructure analyst, 451 Research, does a deep dive into Liqid's most recent software updates, including our ability to compose across PCI-Express, Ethernet, and Infiniband.
Abbot notes that “it's undeniable that new data-intensive workloads, including artificial intelligence and edge computing, will increasingly rely on automation if they are to run efficiently while hiding some of the complexity. The current generation of static hardware can be limiting for these workloads without massive over-provisioning.”
The report highlights multi-fabric composability as an important development in being able to manage data-intensive workloads that come with these next-gen applications, with PCIe, Ethernet and Infiniband enable software-defined composability across the entire data center. In addition, multi-fabric composability via software also prepares data centers for upcoming CCIX, GenZ and CXL fabric updates.
Download the 451 Research report to find out more about Liqid’s advanced solutions for data center composability, and why Abbot says Liqid's fabric independence is " a significant step forward [that] enables a future path for customers (and for Liqid)."