• May 19, 2014 19 May'14

    Interest in block and object OpenStack storage picks up

    All signs point to increased momentum for OpenStack Swift and Cinder storage at the semiannual summit.

  • May 16, 2014 16 May'14

    Think of ViPR data services as plug-ins, analyst says

    Analyst Greg Schulz explains ViPR 2.0 in easy-to-understand terms, and without getting caught up in unclear definitions of software-defined storage.

  • May 14, 2014 14 May'14

    Caringo CAStor object storage turns into Swarm

    Caringo makes its object storage faster and more scalable, and gives it a new name to avoid its association with content-addressed storage.

  • May 07, 2014 07 May'14

    EMC Federation strives to be 'aligned but loosely coupled'

    EMC's four CEOs discuss how they work together and apart in a changing IT world.

  • May 07, 2014 07 May'14

    Matchett: EMC Hadoop Distributed File System offerings 'intriguing'

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  • May 06, 2014 06 May'14

    Red Hat acquisition of Inktank beefs up its storage play

    Red Hat's Inktank acquisition draws praise, but it's unclear when the open source software vendor will become a major player in enterprise storage.

  • May 06, 2014 06 May'14

    EMC World 2014: Day One news wrap

    Senior news director Dave Raffo wraps Day One of EMC World 2014, including the DSSD acquisition, ECS private cloud appliance release and ViPR upgrade.

  • May 05, 2014 05 May'14

    EMC expands ViPR support, uses it to power private cloud appliance

    A year after its initial announcement, EMC expands upon ViPR software-defined storage at EMC World 2014.

  • May 05, 2014 05 May'14

    EMC World 2014 conference coverage

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  • May 05, 2014 05 May'14

    EMC World 2014: Quiet year expected for product launches

    Senior News Director Dave Raffo expects EMC World 2014 to primarily feature product upgrades rather than launches.

  • May 01, 2014 01 May'14

    Storage budget plans still coping with capacity and performance

    Non-stop data growth and the need for speed are still the driving forces behind storage budget plans for 2014.

  • April 30, 2014 30 Apr'14

    EMC rolls out VNXe3200 array, unveils 'Project Liberty'

    EMC brings out the newest entry-level VNX unified storage array and reveals its next software-defined storage initiative, code-named 'Project Liberty'.

  • April 29, 2014 29 Apr'14

    Ethernet advances haven't pushed FC SANs into retirement

    Ethernet has made advances with packet dropping and speed in recent years, but Fibre Channel remains the SAN protocol of choice for performance.

  • April 29, 2014 29 Apr'14

    VirtualWisdom adds storage probe for NetApp NAS array

    VirtualWisdom now monitors NAS as well as SAN, as long as your NAS array is NetApp.

  • April 16, 2014 16 Apr'14

    Riverbed Technology Inc. turns Granite into SteelFusion

    Riverbed rebrands its Granite appliances as SteelFusion, and recasts them as a branch converged infrastructure instead of pure storage devices.