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  • February 15, 2019 15 Feb'19

    NetApp founder Dave Hitz steps away after 26 years

    Retiring founder of NetApp Dave Hitz says the vendor is well-positioned for industrywide storage transitions, but recent sales results show challenges remain.

  • February 14, 2019 14 Feb'19

    HPE InfoSight to add support for partners' storage products

    HPE CTO Milan Shetti outlines plans to add support for partners' storage products in its InfoSight predictive analytics platform and talks up its AI operations-centric strategy.

  • February 13, 2019 13 Feb'19

    New Dell EMC all-flash Isilon hardware compresses NAS data

    Dell EMC Isilon F810 all-flash NAS array and ClarityNow software tackle unstructured file data through increased performance and data reduction over previous versions.

  • February 11, 2019 11 Feb'19

    IBM Storage Solutions draw up blueprint for blockchain storage

    IBM offers up blueprints for blockchain storage, with NVMe arrays and software for scale-out.

  • February 07, 2019 07 Feb'19

    Top Dell EMC storage technologists talk NVMe, SCM and containers

    Podcast: Dell EMC technologists discuss their 2019 expectations for the growth of storage class memory, NVMe-oF, multi-cloud, container and smart storage technologies.

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  • February 01, 2019 01 Feb'19

    IBM storage revenues skid to the finish line

    IBM storage hit another blue period last quarter. After pulling out of a revenue slump to start 2018, IBM last week closed an uneven year with declining sales of storage hardware, mirroring flat ...

  • January 31, 2019 31 Jan'19

    Zerto IT Resilience Platform bends with Elastic Journal

    Zerto is set to launch the latest incarnation of its flagship product that converges backup and recovery, and will enable users to recover to a point in time going back years. Zerto 7, the new ...

  • January 31, 2019 31 Jan'19

    2019 IT focus: Storage architecture for big data analytics

    Top storage technologists and analysts predict IT organizations will focus on revamping their storage architectures to make better use of data for analytics, AI and IoT in 2019.

  • January 31, 2019 31 Jan'19

    Vexata storage gets a boost from Fujitsu deal

    Fujitsu North America agrees to sell Vexata arrays. The vendors plan demos in the Fujitsu Solutions Lab and are preparing reference architecture SKUs for Oracle, SAP and VMware.

  • January 30, 2019 30 Jan'19

    Cloud storage outlook favors private and multi-clouds in 2019

    Experts say 'we've reached the point of no return' on cloud storage, as cloud-native applications, private and multi-clouds and Kubernetes gain prominence in 2019.

  • January 30, 2019 30 Jan'19

    University of Utah prescribes Hitachi storage for data woes

    University of Utah Health extends its Hitachi Vantara storage implementation, adding the Hitachi Content Platform object storage to modernize its data center.

  • January 30, 2019 30 Jan'19

    Enterprise flash storage price drop tops 2019 predictions

    Flash storage buyers will find lower NAND prices and more enterprise options in 2019, according to the crystal balls of industry executives and analysts.

  • January 23, 2019 23 Jan'19

    DataCore storage gets Kubernetes and Docker plugins

    New DataCore plugins for Kubernetes and Docker will help customers developing container-based applications and microservices to access its software-defined storage products.

  • January 21, 2019 21 Jan'19

    Storage startup Termaxia stares at clouds

    A startup claims it has pilots and production deployments in place for its petabyte-scale appliance that provides continuous availability without a cache.

  • January 16, 2019 16 Jan'19

    Take that, Rubrik! Veeam gets $500M investment

    One day after Rubrik pulled in more than a quarter of a billion dollars in fresh funding, rival Veeam Software picked up nearly twice as much. Veeam today said Insight Venture Partners has invested ...

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