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  • September 27, 2018 27 Sep'18

    Startup raises $60 million to grow Datrium DVX business

    Datrium's latest $60 million funding will fuel its hybrid cloud computing and data management product line and business expansion into Europe. The Series D funding round boosted the Sunnyvale, ...

  • September 26, 2018 26 Sep'18

    Dell EMC, Nutanix share HCI market leadership

    Dell EMC extended its lead over Nutanix in hyper-converged systems sales in the second quarter, although Nutanix crept ahead of Dell-owned VMware into first when the market is measured by HCI ...

  • September 19, 2018 19 Sep'18

    Cloud storage startup Wasabi Technologies raises $68 million

    Newcomer Wasabi Technologies will try to build up its brand recognition and take on the Big Three public cloud providers after raising $68 million in Series B funding. “You don’t go up against ...

  • September 13, 2018 13 Sep'18

    Nutanix customers trending larger, spending more on HCI

    Besides proving there is plenty of growth still going on in the hyper-converged infrastructure market, Nutanix’s last earnings report showed HCI has moved well beyond VDI and niche applications. ...

  • September 13, 2018 13 Sep'18

    Lenovo-NetApp partnership targets rivals Dell and HPE

    Lenovo and NetApp go after Dell and Hewlett Packard Enterprise with a multiyear partnership to bolster enterprise storage offerings and create a joint venture company in China.

  • September 12, 2018 12 Sep'18

    New enterprise 14 TB HDD options cater to cloud-scale users

    Enterprise-class 14 TB HDDs from Seagate, Toshiba and Western Digital target cloud-scale users in need of economical, high-density storage to cope with exponential data growth.

  • September 06, 2018 06 Sep'18

    Dell EMC midrange convergence due in 2019

    The long-awaited convergence of the Dell EMC midrange storage into one platform will happen in 2019, according to Dell Technologies’ chief storage honcho. Jeff Clarke, VP chairman of products and ...

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    Investors pour $94 million into Cloudian storage

    The record $94 million funding round that Cloudian trumpeted today suggests investors have plenty of interest in highly scalable object storage and distributed file systems. Cloudian sells turnkey ...

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    HPE storage decline offset by big data, converged demand

    What does a vendor do when storage sales lag projections? If you’re Hewlett Packard Enterprise, you blame it on potential vagaries in currency. On Tuesday, the Palo Alto, Calif, hardware maker ...

  • August 28, 2018 28 Aug'18

    Cisco HyperFlex bundles Veeam data protection

    LAS VEGAS -- Unlike many of its data protection software rivals, Veeam Software has resisted putting its applications on a branded integrated appliance. Instead, it partners with large and small ...

  • August 23, 2018 23 Aug'18

    Chambers signs on as Rubrik investor

    A year ago at VMworld, Rubrik introduced 6-foot-11 Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant as an investor and board advisor. The converged secondary storage vendor’s newest money man and advisor ...

  • July 26, 2018 26 Jul'18

    Commvault Advance still in neutral

    Commvault’s retiring CEO Bob Hammer said the data protection vendor’s ongoing transition will produce long-term gains, although they will likely follow short-term pains. Commvault unveiled a series ...

  • July 26, 2018 26 Jul'18

    Veeam adds Nutanix AHV support, expands Office 365 backup

    Veeam Software has launched updates to its product line to increase platform support in recent weeks while continuing on a trajectory to becoming a $1 billion company by the end of the year. Veeam ...

  • July 19, 2018 19 Jul'18

    Tintri acquisition proposal leaves customers in limbo

    DataDirect Networks sees Tintri's analytics and flash capabilities as an entry point to the enterprise, but Tintri customers remain in the dark about their storage vendor's fate.

  • July 18, 2018 18 Jul'18

    Intel, Micron end 3D XPoint memory joint development

    Micron and Intel plan to end their joint development of nonvolatile 3D XPoint memory next year, after finishing work on the second generation of the nonvolatile memory technology.

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