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  • July 01, 2011 01 Jul'11

    Oracle storage strategy: Make our apps run better

    Oracle executives say their storage strategy is to sell storage systems that run their databases and other apps faster and more efficiently.

  • May 27, 2011 27 May'11

    IBM launches high-performance computing system; other storage news

    IBM brings out HPC storage system based on hardware from OEM partner NetApp; Xiotech launches turnkey system for Citrix VDI storage; Dell adds QLogic converged adapters; more news.

  • May 13, 2011 13 May'11

    Tandberg Data acquires ProStor RDX removable disk business; more news

    ProStor sells RDX removable disk business to Tandberg; BridgeSTOR adds data reduction appliances for Microsoft DPM; Nexsan E-Series supports 3 TB SATA drives; more storage news.

  • May 10, 2011 10 May'11

    EMC's Project Lightning embraces server-side flash SSDs

    The opening day of EMC World Las Vegas 2011 featured a surprising launch of flash solid state on a PCIe card for servers from the world’s largest storage vendor.

  • April 15, 2011 15 Apr'11

    NetApp resells Quantum StorNext file archiving; more data storage news

    NetApp will sell StorNext for video and rich media archiving; American Megatrends adds iSCSI SAN appliance; Intel and Micron develop multi-level cell (MLC) solid-state drives.

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    • September 24, 2014 24 Sep'14

      National Ignition Facility Accelerates Oracle VMs with Flash and Scale-Out Storage

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    • September 22, 2014 22 Sep'14

      Check Your Mirror: Object Storage May Be Closer than It Appears

      Object-based storage is a form of software-defined storage designed for massive scale, infrastructure flexibility, and extreme efficiency. It has recently been popularized by Web-scale pioneers such as Amazon and Google, each of which faced the challenge of creating multi-petabyte content repositories and managing billions of data objects.

    • September 11, 2014 11 Sep'14

      Cloud Storage 101: How to Build a Self-Service Catalog

      A key milestone for most cloud deployments is the deployment of self-service access to cloud resources. For cloud administrators, the goal is to automate infrastructure management in order to accelerate provisioning, improve efficiency and simplify operations. For developers and end users, the goal is to remove barriers to access and make the underlying infrastructure all but invisible.

    • September 03, 2014 03 Sep'14

      Real-Time Data Helps Optimize the Customer Experience at Six Flags

      You might not associate an IT data center with people enjoying roller coaster rides and other amusements, but that’s the vision at Six Flags Entertainment Corp. The world’s largest regional theme park company relies heavily on technology to serve 26 million guests across 18 North American properties each year.

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  • April 06, 2011 06 Apr'11

    Data storage jobs outlook: Specific skills in demand

    Listings for data storage jobs increased in 2010, while pay decreased or remained flat; experts say hiring taking longer as firms wait to find the right fit

  • April 01, 2011 01 Apr'11

    Intel upgrades SATA solid-state drive (SSD) family; more storage news

    Intel adds new SATA interface solid-state drive (SSD); HP rebate woos Dell storage customers; Kaminario lowers DRAM appliance price; other data storage news.

  • March 15, 2011 15 Mar'11

    Avere adds global namespace to NAS accelerator appliances

    Global namespace in the Avere Operating System 2.0 for its FXT Series lets customers facilitate end-to-end management of unstructured data across NAS filers

  • March 09, 2011 09 Mar'11

    SGI puts a Copan spin on data archiving system

    SGI packages Copan Systems' MAID disk spin-down technology into an ArcFiniti file data archiving system with separate tiers and disk protection capabilities

  • March 03, 2011 03 Mar'11

    HP expands 3PAR disk array compatibility, iSCSI SAN, StoreOnce; more news

    HP certifies 3PAR disk array compatibility for clustered NAS and CloudSystem platforms; EMC and IBM extend licensing for Symmetrix compatibility with IBM mainframes; Seagate ships 3 TB SATA drive; and more data storage news.

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