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  • November 30, 2016 30 Nov'16

    Nutanix adds oodles of customers and red ink

    In its first quarter as a public company, hyper-converged pioneer Nutanix recorded substantial revenue gains while continuing to suffer heavy losses. CEO Dheeraj Pandey said the increase in sales ...

  • November 23, 2016 23 Nov'16

    HyperGrid swears off hardware, favors HyperCloud SaaS

    Hypergrid put the finishing touch on its shift from storage hardware to SaaS-based delivery with the introduction of HyperCloud. The company formerly known as Gridstore said HyperCloud helps ...

  • November 17, 2016 17 Nov'16

    NetApp’s hyper-convergence answer? All-flash and CI arrays

    NetApp’s hyper-convergence strategy is to address that market through FlexPod and SolidFire. FlexPod is the NetApp-Cisco converged infrastructure program, and SolidFire is the all-flash array ...

  • November 17, 2016 17 Nov'16

    WD ActiveScale P100 joins HGST Active Archive System

    Western Digital introduced an entry-level ActiveScale P100 object storage system for users with lower scalability needs than its Active Archive System addresses.

  • November 16, 2016 16 Nov'16

    Seagate ClusterStor HPC includes CS300N for Lustre, GPFS file storage

    Seagate claims the ClusterStor 300N system achieves 16 Gbps per box and 112 Gbps per 42U rack, with Nytro intelligence accelerating I/O workloads up to 1,000%.

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  • November 16, 2016 16 Nov'16

    Pure Storage: We’re NVMe-ready

    Pure Storage isn’t riding the NVMe bandwagon yet, but it has reserved a seat. Pure promises its customers they can upgrade all new FlashArray//M systems to NVMe by the end of 2017 through the ...

  • November 15, 2016 15 Nov'16

    Virtual Instruments buys Xangati, expands VirtualWisdom

    Virtual Instruments acquires Xangati for its networking and virtualization monitoring expertise. The company plans to integrate the new technology into the VirtualWisdom platform.

  • November 15, 2016 15 Nov'16

    Qumulo scales out hardware options through HPE partnership

    Qumulo has scored an OEM deal with Hewlett Packard Enterprise to sell the startup’s data-aware scale-out NAS software on Apollo hardware. Qumulo Core on HPE Apollo will be available on 2u 4200 ...

  • November 09, 2016 09 Nov'16

    DataDirect Networks expands Lustre file system storage, IME buffer

    DDN Lustre file storage adds multi-level security to Lustre, and it announced IME240 NVMe flash is available on 2U commodity hardware or as software-only.

  • November 07, 2016 07 Nov'16

    Formation Data adds cloud replication

    Formation Data, the software-defined storage vendor that wants to help enterprises build full-featured storage systems without an array, today added replication to the cloud for its FormationOne ...

  • November 03, 2016 03 Nov'16

    Quorum onQ update offers faster DR, smoother management

    The latest Quorum onQ disaster recovery platform update features faster disk writes, increased capacity and a redesigned user interface. Quorum onQ 4.0 provides a suite of high availability, ...

  • November 03, 2016 03 Nov'16

    Broadcom acquisition of Brocade leaves three major FC vendors

    Broadcom acquired Brocade in a $5.9 billion deal that will leave the Fibre Channel industry with three major vendors, but analysts predict FC will remain viable for years.

  • November 01, 2016 01 Nov'16

    Tintri OS storage upgrade focuses on cloud, containers for DevOps

    Tintri storage moves 'in lockstep' with VMware for cloud, container and DevOps support with a vRealize Orchestrator plug-in and vSphere Integrated Containers support.

  • October 31, 2016 31 Oct'16

    Broadcom reportedly ready to swallow Brocade

    Brocade, the largest Fibre Channel networking vendor, could be joining the Broadcom empire soon. Bloomberg reports that Brocade is close to being acquired and that Broadcom is among the interested ...

  • October 31, 2016 31 Oct'16

    WD claims strong demand for HDDs, flash with cloud customers

    Western Digital reported revenue of $4.7 billion in the first full quarter after its SanDisk acquisition closed, claiming demand was strong for hard drives and flash-based products with cloud and ...

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