- August 01, 2017
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 24, 2017
Red Hat's Ceph and Gluster storage roadmaps reflect increased focus on hyper-converged infrastructure, containers and big data, in addition to performance improvements.
- June 07, 2017
A Scality storage upgrade for RING adds versioning and replication capabilities for both object storage and file protocols, as well as greater interoperability between objects and files.
- June 07, 2017
To consolidate storage, Van Andel Institute chose DataDirect Networks' GRIDScaler GS7K parallel file system arrays and WOS object platform for active archiving.
- June 06, 2017
Hitachi Data Systems updates its HCP object storage system with support for 10 TB helium HDDs, geographically distributed erasure coding, KVM hypervisors and new licensing options.
- May 10, 2017
NetApp's StorageGRID Webscale 10.4 object storage supports Docker containers and more simplified OpenStack deployments, and it gives admins more control of multi-tenancy in the cloud.
- March 30, 2017
Customers can get Scality software for object storage on Cisco Unified Computing System hardware. Raw capacity tops 3 PB per six-node chassis, with Cisco sales and support.
- February 13, 2017
Caringo FileFly powers Secondary Storage Platform that works with Microsoft DFSR and ReFS to offload passive, unstructured data from a Windows storage server.
- February 08, 2017
Qumulo NAS upgrade allows data to move between quota domains without rewriting the file system. QC360 hardware is a petabyte-scale addition to its QC-Series hybrid disk lineup.
- January 17, 2017
Carnegie Institution for Science's embryology department manages research data with Qumulo Core data-aware NAS storage, taking advantage of advanced analytics.
- December 29, 2016
The Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation phased out NAS and tape backups with SwiftStack object storage. Nine SwiftStack nodes replicate between data centers for disaster recovery.