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  • March 24, 2015 24 Mar'15

    Red Hat gives storage software products new names

    Red Hat today rebranded its storage software platforms in hopes of clarifying their intended use cases. Inktank Ceph Enterprise becomes Red Hat Ceph Storage and Red Hat Storage Server becomes Red ...

  • March 20, 2015 20 Mar'15

    Condusiv wants to defrag your SAN

    Condusiv Technologies this week launched Diskeeper Server software to defrag disks connected to SANs. Wait, is fragmentation even a thing for SANs? You never hear SAN vendors or even customers talk ...

  • March 18, 2015 18 Mar'15

    Promise Technology VSky pushes into PB- scale object storage

    Promise Technology's VSky object storage can handle petabytes of data and is aimed at rich media and video surveillance.

  • March 17, 2015 17 Mar'15

    Open source technology paves the way for future storage

    The Vault Linux storage conference in Boston concluded with a keynote that included speakers from Facebook, HGST, NetApp and Red Hat.

  • March 16, 2015 16 Mar'15

    Qumulo emerges with data-aware scale-out NAS

    Isilon founding engineers launch Qumulo Core, software designed to manage scale-out NAS with real-time analytics.

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  • March 12, 2015 12 Mar'15

    Cloud DR vendor Quorum picks new CEO

    Quorum today hired John Newsom as CEO to help the disaster recover as a service (DRaaS) startup navigate a rapidly growing market with a crowded field of competitors. Newsom replaced Walter ...

  • March 12, 2015 12 Mar'15

    Linux Vault 2015: Open source community urged to use flash

    At this year’s Linux Vault storage conference, one speaker says the open source community needs to pay more attention to creating applications for flash storage.

  • March 11, 2015 11 Mar'15

    EMC: DSSD box will melt your face

    Amid all of the financial numbers and strategy talk at the EMC Strategic Forum Tuesday, the vendor gave a detailed description of the first product that will spring from its 2014 DSSD acquisition. ...

  • March 09, 2015 09 Mar'15

    Bifurcating enterprise storage

    The enterprise storage market is splitting into two areas that are still indistinct but will become a lot less so. It’s important to understand this evolution if you are to make sense of storage ...

  • March 06, 2015 06 Mar'15

    Violin Memory still playing out of tune

    Violin Memory initiated a turnaround plan under a new CEO a year ago and still has little to show for it. It’s been a busy year for Violin under CEO Kevin DeNuccio, with several new product ...

  • March 06, 2015 06 Mar'15

    Storage revenue picked up in Q4, led by ODMs and smaller vendors

    Storage revenue rebounded in the fourth quarter of 2014, no thanks to the large vendors. Total storage revenue grew 7.2 percent to nearly $10.6 billion and external (networked) storage increased ...

  • March 05, 2015 05 Mar'15

    Flurry of new data storage technology can bring confusion

    Confusion reigns in the storage world, as new data storage technology tries to find its place in the data center.

  • March 03, 2015 03 Mar'15

    Western Digital adds Amplidata object storage to HGST fold

    Western Digital, which has been collecting flash-related startups over the past few years, today beefed up its archiving portfolio by acquiring object storage vendor Amplidata. Amplidata will ...

  • March 02, 2015 02 Mar'15

    SUSE Enterprise Storage debuts for open source Ceph storage

    SUSE sets its sights on open source storage, making SUSE Enterprise Storage with Ceph generally available, with an enhanced version to follow in the summer.

  • February 28, 2015 28 Feb'15

    Fibre Channel helps Nimble Storage grow revenue in Q4

    Nimble Storage exceeded expectations with $68.3 million in revenue in its fiscal fourth quarter, helped by a new wave of Fibre Channel-based arrays that factored into about 10% of the company’s ...

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