Liqid composable infrastructure leverages industry-standard data center components to deliver a flexible, scalable architecture built from pools of disaggregated resources. Compute, networking, storage, GPU, FPGA, and Intel® Optane™ memory devices are interconnected over intelligent fabrics to deliver dynamically-configurable bare-metal servers, perfectly sized, with the exact physical resources required by each deployed application.
Our solutions and services enable infrastructure to adapt and approach full utilization. Processes can be automated to realize further efficiencies to better address data demand associated with next-generation applications in AI, IoT deployment, DevOps, Cloud and Edge computing, NVMe- and GPU-over-Fabric (NVMe-oF, GPU-oF) support, and beyond.
For organizations looking to accelerate results while maximizing their IT investments, Liqid Matrix is a software defined approach to server deployment and management called composable disaggregated infrastructure (CDI).
Liqid Command Center is the powerful management software that dynamically composes physical servers on demand from pools of bare-metal resources.
"I expect this concept to catch fire in 2018. Every server has PCIe, why not use it as an interconnect? Which, by the way, was the original concept for PCI years ago."
"Liqid, through a combination of their switch and software orchestration, promise to complete the [software-defined data center]picture, enabling data centers to reach new levels of efficiency while better keeping pace with user demand."
“Liqid’s approach turns the concept of server virtualization on its head, using a PCIe fabric to pool resources from multiple physical servers rather than divvying up those physical servers into smaller VMs. Customers can effectively stitch together resources across multiple hosts to handle demanding workloads or break apart resources from the pool into separate virtual servers.”
"Liqid’s Composable platform makes it easy to mix and match GPUs in the data center, making it truly adaptive and “hot swappable,” or easy to plug in or take out in either Windows or Linux environments."
"Companies using Liqid are seeing 90 percent [data center resource] utilization...These kinds of numbers are surely going to get some attention."
"If composable infrastructure is the next evolution of the data center, Liqid seems like the right approach at the right time."