It’s a little-known company with an oddly-spelled name. But CEO Lloyd Carney is convinced that San Jose-based Xsigo Systems is changing the way data centers work. Xsigo (pronounced See-Go) uses virtualization software to reduce the number of physical cables and switches needed to carry data between servers and other hardware in big computer centers. It works by increasing the traffic volume on individual cables, in the way companies like VMware use virtualization to run more than one operating system and multiple processes on a single computer.

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