December 04, 2015
Find out what's hot and what's not-so-hot on our list of data storage technology trends for the coming year.
January 30, 2015
Fibre Channel is the top storage networking technology choice for customers of all-flash arrays and hybrid systems, according to a survey of storage vendors.
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RDMA technology can help speed up I/O in storage environments by bypassing copy processes in the software stack when data is called up from a system's memory. Continue Reading
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Enterprises are turning to InfiniBand for a high-speed, high-density networking option in the cloud. How will that affect the cloud market? Continue Reading
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While iSCSI is clearly emerging as the storage networking protocol of choice for SMBs, the choice for enterprises isn't so clear-cut. The decision is between Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and InfiniBand. Learn the pros and cons of all three protocols and find out which is the best fit for your big customers. Continue Reading