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  • May 07, 2013 07 May'13

    EMC aims to define software-defined storage with ViPR

    EMC World 2013 features just one major product announcement as EMC pushes its software-defined storage message around ViPR.

  • May 06, 2013 06 May'13

    EMC World 2013: EMC ViPR has vendor on software-defined storage route

    EMC ViPR, the vendor's software-defined storage technology, is designed to manage heterogeneous storage as one pool while adding cloud features.

  • May 03, 2013 03 May'13

    Dell Foglight management tools upgraded, rebranded

    Dell rebrands and upgrades its Foglight data center management tools, which include VMware View support and virtual-to-physical landscape.

  • May 01, 2013 01 May'13

    Denver Broncos score with NetApp filers for primary storage

    By purchasing two FAS2240s from NetApp, the Denver Broncos' small IT staff was able to improve manageability, performance and scalability.

  • April 24, 2013 24 Apr'13

    Astute makes flash appliance less expensive with MLC, adds replication

    Astute Networks says giving its ViSX flash appliance MLC drives lowers the price to $5 per gigabyte, and to even less if you buy its deduplication.

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    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      All-Flash Storage Speeds the Delivery of Real Estate Data in Australia

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    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      Buckle Up! The Top Storage Technology Trends for 2015

      In my 35 years in IT, I have never seen so much simultaneous change in technology. Every part of the IT stack is in transition—end user devices, networks, application design, virtual server software, physical server design, storage systems and even storage media. Some of the trends are well underway and will accelerate in 2015, while others are just starting to emerge. Either way, buckle up! Enterprise IT is in for another wild ride in 2015.

    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      The NetApp SteelStore Cloud Backup Appliance: A Deep Dive

      According to industry analysts, backup is often the first application that IT organizations move to the cloud. Cloud-based backup is popular for a number of reasons, perhaps most importantly because it frees up IT budgets and resources for more pressing challenges and initiatives. As an added benefit, the built-in scalability of public cloud storage makes cloud-based backups extremely adaptable to changing workloads within enterprise IT environments.

    • December 24, 2014 24 Dec'14

      Cloud Integrated Storage Appliances Reduce the Cost of Backup and Archival Storage

      IT organizations are turning to hybrid cloud solutions to tackle one of their thorniest issues—keeping up with the ever-increasing amount of data that needs to be stored “just in case” but is seldom, if ever, accessed. According to a recent ESG report, backup/archiving ranks as the top use case for cloud storage. This is because the economies of scale achieved by hyperscale cloud providers such as Amazon, Google and Microsoft have created a new storage tier for backup data and digital archives.

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  • April 22, 2013 22 Apr'13

    Dell DX Object Storage Platform dumped in favor of software-only model

    Dell no longer selling its DX Object Storage Platform as integrated bundle; will make Caringo CAStor object software available as download.

  • April 19, 2013 19 Apr'13

    Kaminario K2 flash array replaces PCIe with SAS SSDs

    Kaminario launches its newest all-flash K2 storage array with 2.5-inch SAS SSDs -- instead of PCIe cards --and a modular 1U design.

  • April 15, 2013 15 Apr'13

    Storage virtualization vendors look beyond VMware support

    Microsoft Hyper-V is gaining market share, but support for Hyper-V and other non-VMware hypervisors is slow for VM storage software vendors.

  • April 12, 2013 12 Apr'13

    Big Blue's billion-dollar bet on SSD includes all-flash storage array

    IBM rolls out FlashSystem all-flash arrays -- rebranded Texas Memory Systems products IBM acquired in 2012 -- as part of an aggressive flash push.

  • April 09, 2013 09 Apr'13

    Tintri adds asynchronous replication for virtual machines

    Asynchronous replication of virtual machines is the highlight of VM-aware storage array startup Tintri's second-generation operating system.

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