News

Primary storage devices

  • April 10, 2017 10 Apr'17

    Toshiba ships capacity-optimized 8 TB HDD

    Toshiba has started volume shipments of its MG Series 8 TB HDD -- the largest capacity-optimized, 3.5-inch enterprise HDD the company has ever produced. The 7,200 rpm, 6 Gbps SATA HDD improves ...

  • April 05, 2017 05 Apr'17

    Flash, hybrid RealStor added to Seagate storage arrays

    Hybrid and all-flash Seagate RealStor arrays are sold to original equipment makers to build branded storage systems. The all-flash pricing is pegged at less than $50,000.

  • March 08, 2017 08 Mar'17

    HPE acquisition of Nimble gives it another SAN platform

    Surprising HPE acquisition snares hybrid flash vendor Nimble Storage for proposed $1.2 billion. HPE picks up Nimble arrays and vaunts InfoSight storage analytics and monitoring.

  • February 23, 2017 23 Feb'17

    Nexsan Unity adds compliance archive appliance

    Nexsan Unity arrays integrate optional secure compliance archive for petabytes of unstructured data. Data files written to primary storage are immediately copied to the archive.

  • February 10, 2017 10 Feb'17

    Announcing the best data storage products of 2016!

    This year marks the 15th edition of the Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com Products of the Year awards, recognizing the best storage products of the past year. Nominated products competed across six categories, with the top in ...

  • February 09, 2017 09 Feb'17

    Best data storage products 2016: Products of the Year

    Learn more about the best data storage products for 2016 in backup/DR software, backup hardware, storage and SAN management, server-based storage, and all-flash and disk/hybrid.

  • January 06, 2017 06 Jan'17

    Data storage systems: 2016 Products of the Year finalists

    We've culled through the entries for this year's Products of the Year competition and narrowed the field to these 54 finalists in six data storage systems categories.

  • December 05, 2016 05 Dec'16

    Hot data storage market technologies for 2017

    For 14 years, Storage magazine has presented our picks for the hottest storage technologies in the coming year. This year, our honorees are, as in the past, "newish" rather than cutting-edge or futuristic. All are proven in the data storage market ...

  • October 27, 2016 27 Oct'16

    NetApp carries Toshiba's self-encrypting SSDs

    NetApp is the first storage vendor to sell Toshiba’s new highly secure solid-state drives (SSDs). NetApp hybrid FAS and E-Series arrays will include Toshiba PXO4S 12 Gb per second SAS SSDs, built ...

  • October 25, 2016 25 Oct'16

    HPE launches new XP7 based on Hitachi technology

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise launched its high-end enterprise storage array upgade today at the same time as Hitachi Data Systems. The HPE XP7 and HDS Virtual Storage Platform (VSP) use the same ...

  • September 09, 2016 09 Sep'16

    Nasuni cloud storage moves all-flash, disk appliances to Dell

    The NF-600 edge filer for solid-state drives highlights a refresh across Nasuni's cloud hardware gateways. NF appliances are now standardized on Dell PowerEdge servers.

  • September 08, 2016 08 Sep'16

    Diablo flash DIMM partnership woos server makers

    Diablo Technologies and American Megatrends Inc. (AMI) partnered on memory channel flash storage servers for more than a year. The first fruits of the collaboration bloomed this week when AMI ...

  • July 18, 2016 18 Jul'16

    Cisco Metapod cloud integrates SwiftStack software

    Cisco and OpenStack-based object storage vendor SwiftStack have teamed on a highly dense, turnkey object storage appliance. It marks Cisco’s first foray into object storage software and gives ...

  • June 27, 2016 27 Jun'16

    Nasuni customers hit with cloud outage

    Cloud provider Nasuni Corp. experienced two cloud disruptions recently that affected about 20 percent of its customers and about 10 percent of workloads, according to company spokesperson Fred ...

  • June 17, 2016 17 Jun'16

    Reduxio CEO asserts all-flash will not rule primary storage

    Hybrid storage startup's CEO says all-flash or 'all-anything' will not rule primary storage; he foresees a mix of technologies with different classes of service.

-ADS BY GOOGLE

SearchDisasterRecovery

SearchDataBackup

SearchConvergedInfrastructure

Close