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  • August 08, 2017 08 Aug'17

    New enterprise SSDs launch from Intel, Micron, Toshiba

    SSD manufacturers showing off new 3D NAND products at this year's Flash Memory Summit include Intel, Micron and Toshiba; Intel adds new SSD form factor and Optane options.

  • August 07, 2017 07 Aug'17

    Attala Systems shows off 'CPU-less' FPGA storage gear

    Startup Attala Systems plans a joint demonstration with Intel at Flash Memory Summit next week. The FPGAs serve as NVMe storage targets and handle processing and network commands.

  • August 02, 2017 02 Aug'17

    Red Hat acquires Permabit for inline deduplication

    Permabit's inline compression, data deduplication and thin provisioning software will be integrated with Red Hat Enterprise Linux to help boost performance and lower costs.

  • August 01, 2017 01 Aug'17

    Startup Morro Data launches CloudNAS services for SMBs

    Startup Morro Data makes available hybrid cloud storage services for SMBs, blending an on-premises cache appliance for frequently accessed data and Amazon S3 or Backblaze.

  • August 01, 2017 01 Aug'17

    Moonwalk software streams data to cloud archives

    The free Starter Edition of Moonwalk's archiving software migrates up to 25 TB of data to repository or clouds as files or objects, as well as supporting AWS, Microsoft Azure and Google clouds.

  • July 31, 2017 31 Jul'17

    NetApp cloud strategy includes SolidFire, SDS

    Created in the 20th century to sell storage to engineers, NetApp has survived for 25 years to remain the largest standing data storage company not tied to a server vendor. Founder Dave Hitz credits ...

  • July 31, 2017 31 Jul'17

    Commvault earnings: Sales gain ahead of product launches

    Commvault Systems is inching back toward profitability after another strong quarter of growth as it continues to build out its business beyond its traditional data backup model. The company's ...

  • July 28, 2017 28 Jul'17

    WD-Toshiba memory sale requires 2-week notice to WD

    Toshiba and Western Digital's SanDisk subsidiary acted on a San Francisco judge's suggestion today and agreed that Toshiba would give SanDisk two weeks' notice before closing on a transfer or sale ...

  • July 28, 2017 28 Jul'17

    Axcient and eFolder merger gathers clouds, enhances data protection

    Though they existed in the same general market, Axcient and eFolder had different technologies, different platforms and different customer bases. They're all the same now. Axcient and eFolder said ...

  • July 25, 2017 25 Jul'17

    Seagate revenue slides, CEO Luczo says ‘see ya later’

    Seagate Technology changed its CEO, reported a revenue miss, and disclosed plans to cut 600 jobs -- all on the same day. The hard disk drive and systems vendor today said Dave Mosley, the company's ...

  • July 25, 2017 25 Jul'17

    SoftNAS Cloud NAS software paces itself when moving petabytes

    SoftNAS engineers encountered a problem early this year with Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure clouds that caused a delay in the SoftNAS Cloud NAS 3.5 release. The engineers hit a snag while ...

  • July 24, 2017 24 Jul'17

    Red Hat Ceph, Gluster roadmaps focus on HCI, containers

    Red Hat's Ceph and Gluster storage roadmaps reflect increased focus on hyper-converged infrastructure, containers and big data, in addition to performance improvements.

  • July 21, 2017 21 Jul'17

    Symbolic IO CEO Ignomirello arrested on assault charges

    Symbolic IO, identified as one of SearchStorage’s storage startups to watch in 2017, now bears watching for different reasons than the other vendors on the list. Brian Ignomirello, 46, the Symbolic ...

  • July 21, 2017 21 Jul'17

    IBM flash storage and cloud rare revenue bright spots

    While IBM's revenue dropped for the 21st straight quarter, its storage business proved a bright spot. Following its own 22-quarter slump, IBM storage is now on a two-quarter winning streak. During ...

  • July 19, 2017 19 Jul'17

    Broadcom-Brocade deal delayed, with ‘no assurances’

    The $5.9 billion Broadcom-Brocade acquisition has been delayed 30 days, which may turn into a 75-day delay. That's if the deal happens at all. SAN switching vendor Brocade Tuesday evening said the ...

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