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  • 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.

  • July 16, 2018 16 Jul'18

    New Elastifile CEO intensifies startup's cloud focus

    Elastifile's new CEO plans to increase the company's focus on filling a 'huge missing piece' of enterprise file storage for public clouds and sees more customers shifting away from on-site deployments.

  • July 16, 2018 16 Jul'18

    Hedvig and Veeam integration converges storage, backup

    As an alternative to selling branded integrated appliances as most of its large competitors do, Veeam partners with as many hardware vendors as possible. Hedvig is the latest Veeam partner, now ...

  • July 02, 2018 02 Jul'18

    Dell and VMware hammer out deal, but no reverse merger

    Dell and VMware have taken a step – maybe only the first step – on a journey to fund Michael Dell’s on-again, off-again love affair with going public. Dell Technologies, parent company of storage ...

  • June 19, 2018 19 Jun'18

    Tintri CEO Barton tells board: ‘I'm outta here’

    The captain of fast-sinking Tintri has abandoned ship, just three months after he came aboard as a lifesaver. Tintri CEO Thomas Barton, 54, informed the board of his decision on Monday, according ...

  • June 11, 2018 11 Jun'18

    Cohesity backs up truck, unloads $250M in funding

    Fast-growing secondary data storage vendor Cohesity closed a massive $250 million funding round today, a total that could give it enough capital to become a public company within a few years. ...

  • June 11, 2018 11 Jun'18

    Networked storage systems revenue climbs, for most vendors anyway

    Cloud and software-defined products are eating away at traditional enterprise networked storage systems, but the latter category still represents a fairly robust market. In fact, the emergence of ...

  • June 08, 2018 08 Jun'18

    Dell, VMware likely held HCI revenue share leads

    While IDC probably won’t release its hyper-converged market share numbers for the first quarter until late June, it appears Dell will stay No. 1 on the HCI revenue hardware and software charts. IDC ...

  • June 06, 2018 06 Jun'18

    Qumulo files away $93 million for QF2 expansion

    Qumulo closed a $93 million funding round today, giving the scale-out file storage vendor “fuel” to compete with the established players in a rapidly expanding market. BlackRock Private Equity ...

  • June 05, 2018 05 Jun'18

    Scality storage update adds three-server option

    Scality Ring 7.4 file and object storage software takes aim at easing installation and ongoing management, and it adds a lower-cost three-server entry configuration.

  • June 04, 2018 04 Jun'18

    Dell EMC storage finally gains some post-merger market share

    Dell Technologies on Monday projected positive share growth in enterprise storage, the first quarter that has happened since the Dell and EMC merger closed in 2016. The next question is whether the ...

  • June 04, 2018 04 Jun'18

    Cloudian makes moves, keeps up with changing object storage market

    The flurry of activity surrounding on-premise object storage specialist Cloudian suggests how rapidly the market has been moving during the last year. Cloudian CEO Michael Tso said 2017 was the ...

  • May 29, 2018 29 May'18

    Nutanix revenue, losses grow as HCI market expands

    Hyper-converged pioneer Nutanix has a history of rapid revenue growth and wide losses.  For last quarter, both of those were larger than expected. Nutanix revenue grew 41% year-over-year to $289 ...

  • May 24, 2018 24 May'18

    NetApp CEO: Dell EMC ‘years behind’ us on flash, cloud

    NetApp CEO George Kurian says things have never been better for the storage vendor since he joined the company in 2011. Kurian maintains NetApp’s all-flash platform is a hit, it’s the first major ...

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