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  • February 21, 2018 21 Feb'18

    New IBM storage products key on NAS, cloud, NVMe over Fabric

    IBM launches new and updated Spectrum software-defined storage products, including a new NAS option, and commits to broadened end-to-end NVMe over Fabrics support by the third quarter.

  • February 15, 2018 15 Feb'18

    Intel P4510 U.2 SSD ships with 64-layer TLC 3D NAND

    Intel launched a new P4510 Series of U.2 solid-state drives (SSDs) equipped with its 64-layer triple-level cell (TLC) 3D NAND flash and enhanced firmware, enabling greater storage density and lower ...

  • February 15, 2018 15 Feb'18

    NetApp cloud-flash pivot brings cheers

    NetApp attributed strong product revenue growth last quarter in part to two-a-days – it’s averaging two displacements of rivals’ all-flash SAN systems every day. Success in NetApp cloud and flash ...

  • February 08, 2018 08 Feb'18

    NVMe flash hopeful E8 Storage goes software-only route

    All-flash array startup E8 Storage has expanded into reference architecture with the launch of a software-only version. The new product, E8 Storage Software, runs on rack servers from Dell EMC, ...

  • January 29, 2018 29 Jan'18

    Kaminario storage jettisons hardware for software-only cloud model

    Kaminario is the latest vendor to deemphasize hardware in favor of a solely software-defined approach. Under its new strategy, customers will buy Kaminario storage as a reference stack from global ...

  • January 24, 2018 24 Jan'18

    New enterprise SATA Micron SSDs use 64-layer 3D NAND flash

    Micron launches new 5200 Series enterprise SATA SSDs with high-density 64-layer 3D NAND flash technology, offering similar performance to prior 32-layer 5100 Series.

  • January 22, 2018 22 Jan'18

    Annual IBM revenue rises, thanks to cloud, flash storage

    Aided by gains in cognitive analytics, cloud and storage, annual IBM revenue has finally returned to positive territory after an absence of nearly six years. IBM last week closed its 2017 fiscal ...

  • January 15, 2018 15 Jan'18

    Enterprise storage arrays: 2017 Products of the Year finalists

    All-flash and hybrid products comprise the bulk of the 14 storage arrays chosen as finalists in the 2017 Products of the Year contest. Only two arrays rely predominantly on disk.

  • December 14, 2017 14 Dec'17

    NVMe-focused Toshiba storage node software due in '18

    Toshiba plans to deliver storage node software designed to extend the high performance and low latency benefits of NVMe-based solid-state drives over a network fabric. Toshiba Memory America’s ...

  • December 13, 2017 13 Dec'17

    Western Digital-Toshiba flash clash ends

    Western Digital and Toshiba settled their NAND dispute with an out-of-court settlement that allows Toshiba’s sale of its NAND chip business while WD keeps its stake in the companies’ joint venture. ...

  • November 16, 2017 16 Nov'17

    NetApp revenue rides flash gravy train

    NetApp is showing a legacy storage array vendor can still increase revenue impressively during these days of scant storage growth. NetApp Wednesday night reported its fourth straight quarter of ...

  • November 14, 2017 14 Nov'17

    Panasas storage, director blades split into separate devices

    Panasas hybrid storage offers 57 PB of raw capacity with 200 shelves. ActiveStor Director 100 sits atop a rack of Panasas arrays. Customers can scale types and capacities of media.

  • November 08, 2017 08 Nov'17

    Dell EMC all-flash SC Series prepped for launch

    Dell EMC all-flash inclusive added to the mix for SC Series and Unity arrays. The vendor said each of the midrange storage products has a large customer base.

  • October 27, 2017 27 Oct'17

    Western Digital CEO vows to block Toshiba NAND sale

    Western Digital CEO Steve Milligan said he remains confident his company will win its fight to prevent its NAND manufacturing joint venture partner Toshiba from selling its memory chip unit without ...

  • October 02, 2017 02 Oct'17

    Toshiba memory business sale faces bumpy road

    Toshiba signs a $17.7 billion deal to sell its memory business to a Bain-led consortium that includes Dell and Seagate, but Western Digital's SanDisk wants to stop it.

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