Logicworks clients look to us not just to meet their current needs, but for the assurance that, as their needs and ambitions evolve, we will be right there for them, deploying new, revolutionary technologies that not only meet what they want now, but anticipate their future needs.
Logicworks culture is highly engineering-driven. Across all quarters of the company, Logicworks staff is united by an abiding interest in the rapid rate of evolution in all things technical. That obsessive interest extends far beyond what pertains to just hosting. Finding creative and original solutions to unique technical challenges is what Logicworks engineers thrive on, and what has drawn us to our particular areas of expertise. We not only host the hard stuff now; next year we will host even harder stuff.
InfiniBand the Ins and Outs of Shared Storage
Access to high-performance storage has been one of the principal limitations of virtualized environments, as multiple virtual machines trying to access shared storage over a physical servers storage connections introduces a performance-limiting bottleneck. Because of this, Logicworks has been at the forefront of the Cloud industry by offering InfiniBand, a technology developed in supercomputing applications, which provides a 40Gb/s path between hosts and storage systems. Read more...
Intel Westmere, State of the Art Processing
Logicworks is now deploying fully customizable, state-of-the-art 64-bit server hardware with the new Xeon Westmere processors, which allow for the flexibility to rapidly adapt to each clients demands. The Westmere processors represent the next step in Intels processor road map and offer the latest in processor innovation, including RISC-like capabilities and hex-core offerings. Read more...
Solid-State Drives, From Spindle to NAND
Logicworks now offers enterprise grade SSD drives for use in applications with heavy random I/O requirements. These drives use solid-state memory to store persistent data using SRAM or DRAM rather than flash memory, so in many cases a single SSD disk can deliver twice (and better) the performance of an 8 disk RAID 0 SAS array.