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  • September 20, 2018 20 Sep'18

    HPE 3PAR StoreServ all-flash fixes hospital's image problems

    Riverside Healthcare dedicates its all-flash 3PAR StoreServ array to revamp its PACS. New images are stored in HPE's onboard cache for quicker retrieval by radiologists.

  • September 19, 2018 19 Sep'18

    Quantum Xcellis unwraps NVMe-powered StorNext NAS

    Quantum upgrades its StorNext file system to bolster file sharing and replication on Xcellis NVMe flash appliances. It's the first product release under new CEO Jamie Lerner.

  • 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 18, 2018 18 Sep'18

    Storage Product of the Year nominations closing soon

    I can’t tell you exactly how many storage products have launched in the past year, but I know it was in the hundreds. I can tell you it was more than I can count. That’s because hardly a day goes ...

  • 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. ...

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  • 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 13, 2018 13 Sep'18

    Dell EMC PowerVault ME4 launched for entry-level SAN

    While the industry watches its midrange lines, Dell EMC pushes out a new array of entry-level, flashy PowerVault systems for smaller organizations and branch offices.

  • 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

    Samsung adds Z-NAND data center SSD

    Samsung's new lineup of data center SSDs designed for channel sales to SMBs includes high-performance Z-NAND add-in card, U.2 and M.2 NVMe PCIe models and 2.5-inch SATA drives.

  • 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 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Startup Infinite io ropes new investors for its cloud NAS controller

    Sometimes a storage startup makes a bang, fades into the background, and you forget about it – until the company snares a passel of new investors. That was the case with NAS controller specialist ...

  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Panzura tackles multi-cloud data management

    Vizion.ai software as a service lets Panzura peer into customer data in on-premises and off-premises clouds to index, search, analyze and control it.

  • August 30, 2018 30 Aug'18

    Report highlights IT resilience shortcomings

    In "The State of IT Resilience," analysis firm IDC estimates that as many as 50% of organizations could not survive a disaster event. A co-author of the report says long-time threats of hardware ...

  • August 29, 2018 29 Aug'18

    Tintri bankruptcy deal gives DataDirect an enterprise path

    After weeks of uncertainty, the Tintri bankruptcy saga has been resolved. DataDirect Networks (DDN) said it will pay nearly $60 million for Tintri and plans to reveal the product roadmap by ...

  • 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

    Attala Systems tackles RoCE shortcomings for NVMe flash

    Startup Attala said it can scale NVMe over RoCE across composable bare-metal racks. It has also partnered with Super Micro on NVMe JBOF and has data lake software in preview.

  • 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 28, 2018 28 Aug'18

    Panasas storage roadmap includes route to software-defined

    Panasas network-attached storage targets enterprises with large file workloads distributed across many users. ActiveStor hybrid arrays run the PanFS parallel file system.

  • August 23, 2018 23 Aug'18

    ClearSky Data launches service for VMware Cloud on AWS

    New service from Boston-based startup ClearSky enables VMware Cloud on AWS customers to back up and archive data in Amazon's object-based Simple Storage Service.

  • 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 ...

  • August 22, 2018 22 Aug'18

    Pure Storage all-flash beats street, adds StorReduce dedupe

    Pure Storage all-flash sales helped the vendor close a strong quarter in July, generating $309 million to beat its top-end guidance.  The revenue figure represents a 37% increase from the $224.7 ...

  • August 21, 2018 21 Aug'18

    Drobo, Nexsan HDD arrays merged in new holding company

    If you’re a struggling niche disk array vendor, what's the next step you take to survive? You combine your HDD arrays with another disk vendor in the same boat. That's what low-end NAS vendor Drobo ...

  • August 20, 2018 20 Aug'18

    NAND flash manufacturers showcase new technologies

    Get up to speed on new NAND flash technologies, including Toshiba Memory's XL-Flash, startup Yangtze Memory's Xtacking, and SK Hynix's so-called 4D NAND.

  • August 20, 2018 20 Aug'18

    DRaaS Magic Quadrant shrinks; Microsoft, iland lead the way

    Gartner's 2018 Magic Quadrant for disaster recovery as a service made 13 vendors disappear. Gartner also thoroughly shuffled the deck among the remaining DRaaS Magic Quadrant survivors. Besides ...

  • August 16, 2018 16 Aug'18

    Revenue from NetApp all-flash spikes on strong demand

    Demand for NetApp all-flash storage surged last quarter, part of strong growth across its cloud portfolio that helped it beat guidance on earnings, margins and revenue. And the storage vendor has ...

  • August 15, 2018 15 Aug'18

    Scale-out Qumulo NAS qualifies latest Dell EMC PowerEdge servers

    Qumulo scale-out NAS software can now run on Dell EMC's PowerEdge servers. That means Dell EMC server customers can choose between Qumulo software and Dell EMC's Isilon.

  • August 14, 2018 14 Aug'18

    You'll never guess what people use Pure's FlashBlade to do

    Pure Storage is finding a use case for its FlashBlade array that no one expected when the all-flash system for unstructured data launched in 2016. Brian Schwarz, VP of product management for  ...

  • August 14, 2018 14 Aug'18

    IBM DS8882F converges array and mainframe in one rack

    IBM skinny mainframes add a few pounds with the DS8882F all-flash array screwed into the IBM Z ZR1 and LinuxOne Rockhopper II 19-inch racks.

  • August 13, 2018 13 Aug'18

    Kaminario storage goes for a run on Western Digital OpenFlex

    Kaminario storage continues to push farther and farther away from its reliance on purpose-built hardware. The all-flash vendor has qualified its consumption-based Cloud Fabric software for Western ...

  • August 13, 2018 13 Aug'18

    Violin Systems prepares NVMe launch, but not for drives

    Violin Systems will make its first platform launch since its resurrection when it brings out a flash array with NVMe support on the front end for host connectivity in September. Violin CEO Mark ...

  • August 13, 2018 13 Aug'18

    New Seagate Nytro SSD line uses Toshiba 3D NAND chips

    Seagate shows off its first triple-level cell, 64-layer 3D NAND Nytro SSDs since investing in Toshiba NAND. Analysts wonder if the HDD giant waited too long to get serious about flash.

  • August 10, 2018 10 Aug'18

    Dell EMC Isilon, ECS gain ClarityNow for unstructured data

    Dell EMC on Thursday picked up file software to help project teams access, control and manage unstructured data on heterogeneous storage. The deal for Agoura Hills, Calif.-based DataFrameworks is ...

  • August 08, 2018 08 Aug'18

    NAND flash shortage end could lead to dramatic price drop

    Impending NAND flash oversupply will lead to price collapse of NAND flash chips and higher capacity enterprise SSDs, according to semiconductor analyst Jim Handy.

  • August 07, 2018 07 Aug'18

    CEO: Actifio funding round to help focus on customer growth

    Actifio today completed its second $100 million funding round in four years, as it moves closer to a possible IPO and seeks profitability and growth. The Actifio funding round increases the ...

  • August 07, 2018 07 Aug'18

    Newisys NVMe flash array chases hyperscale market

    Sanmina-owned Newisys is known as a white-label server OEM to array vendors. The NSS-2560 NVMe flash provides storage density with hot-pluggable SSDs and Intel Broadwell servers.

  • August 02, 2018 02 Aug'18

    NetApp AI storage packages OnTap all-flash FAS A800, Nvidia

    NetApp follows Pure Storage's lead, adds Nvidia GPUs to its all-flash arrays to build a storage product designed for data scientists and others dabbling in artificial intelligence.

  • August 02, 2018 02 Aug'18

    Western Digital launches 15 TB enterprise SAS SSD

    Western Digital's 15 TB Ultrastar SAS SSD has twice the capacity of its previous version, but only half of the capacity of Toshiba's 31 TB whopper.

  • August 01, 2018 01 Aug'18

    Alluxio adds connectors for multi-cloud data migration

    Updated Alluxio open source storage software homes in on portability across multiple big data object stores. Applications access Alluxio as mountable file storage.

  • July 27, 2018 27 Jul'18

    CEO outlines Data Dynamics StorageX trends, future features

    Data Dynamics' CEO discusses upcoming StorageX software capabilities designed to help customers find, analyze, move and manage unstructured data in a hybrid cloud environment.

  • July 27, 2018 27 Jul'18

    Gartner: all-flash array market ‘visionaries’ include Tintri

    Several vendors with spotty fiscal histories made Gartner’s list of competitors angling for all-flash array market share. Gartner listed Tintri as a “visionary” in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for ...

  • 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 25, 2018 25 Jul'18

    Rubrik targets ransomware attacks with Polaris Radar

    Rubrik today added an application to its Polaris SaaS platform, with the goal of automating protection against ransomware attacks. Polaris Radar is the second Polaris application from the converged ...

  • July 25, 2018 25 Jul'18

    Toshiba, Western Digital start shift to 96-layer BiCS flash

    New 96-layer 3D NAND flash memory is starting to roll out that can store more data per chip and potentially lower per-bit storage costs over  64- and 32-layer technologies. Toshiba Memory America ...

  • July 24, 2018 24 Jul'18

    Dell EMC midrange storage systems nudge a little closer

    Dell EMC keeps its Unity and SC midrange storage arrays on separate tracks, but shows early signs of eventually merging the platforms. Both get OS upgrades.

  • July 24, 2018 24 Jul'18

    HPE InfoSight automates customer support on 3PAR

    HPE increases the ability of its InfoSight cloud-based predictive analytics to help manage 3PAR storage arrays; HPE picked up InfoSight in its 2017 acquisition of Nimble.

  • July 20, 2018 20 Jul'18

    Lenovo picks Cloudistics as ThinkAgile CP partner

    Like the other major server vendors, Lenovo proclaims it is “all in” on hyper-convergence and software-defined storage. It just goes about it in a different way. Unlike the Dell EMC VxRail, Cisco ...

  • 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 12, 2018 12 Jul'18

    Cloudian storage adds file sync/share through partner

    Object storage startup Cloudian partnered with UK-based Storage Made Easy on file sync-and-share capabilities designed to target enterprises facing compliance requirements under the European ...

  • July 11, 2018 11 Jul'18

    Newest Dell EMC data protection appliance heads downstream

    Until last year, Dell EMC data protection involved separate offerings of Avamar backup software and Data Domain deduplication appliances. The vendor changed that strategy in May 2017 with the ...

  • July 10, 2018 10 Jul'18

    Proposed Tintri-DDN storage deal heads for bankruptcy court

    Data Direct Networks Inc. (DDN) is seeking a bargain from Tintri's fire sale. The DDN storage portfolio is poised to add the storage assets of failing hybrid vendor Tintri, which filed for Chapter ...

  • July 10, 2018 10 Jul'18

    IBM all-flash diversifies with NVMe-based FlashSystem 9100

    IBM FlashSystem 9100 scales to 32 PB of all-flash storage in a standard rack. IBM guarantees consistent latency of 350 microseconds and 100 million IOPS per four-way cluster.

  • July 09, 2018 09 Jul'18

    Ctera Networks adds Dell and HPE gateway appliance options

    Ctera cloud storage gateway appliance portfolio expands with new all-SSD and all-HDD models that enable customers to run multiple applications on the same box.

  • July 05, 2018 05 Jul'18

    MapR Data Platform gets object tiering and S3 support

    MapR Technologies adds policy-based tiering to its Data Platform to automatically move data across performance, capacity and archive storage on premises and in cloud.

  • July 03, 2018 03 Jul'18

    New HPE SAN switch is based on Cisco Gen 6 FC technology

    It may not set off fireworks, but Hewlett Packard Enterprise heads into the July 4 break with a finalized portfolio of Cisco-based StoreFabric Fibre Channel switching gear for its all-flash arrays. ...

  • 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 29, 2018 29 Jun'18

    With Tintri layoffs, hybrid vendor waves a final goodbye

    A new round of Tintri layoffs has cost 200 people their jobs, including its top sales executive, as the hybrid vendor winds down operations. The move leaves Tintri with about 40 to 50 ...

  • June 29, 2018 29 Jun'18

    Commvault and Azure integrations drive data protection tasks

    Commvault has expanded its integration with Microsoft Azure Stack, also pulling its OEM partner Cisco into deal. With the Commvault Data Platform, enterprises using on-premises Azure Stack hybrid ...

  • June 29, 2018 29 Jun'18

    Lustre-based DDN ExaScaler arrays receive NVMe flash

    High-performance computing specialist DataDirect Networks spruced up its ExaScaler SFA-based flagship with nonvolatile memory express flash, and it bought Lustre from Intel.

  • June 28, 2018 28 Jun'18

    WDC strives to become 'next great storage' company

    Since its 2012 acquisition of hard disk drive rival HGST, Western Digital Corp. has bought more storage companies than any other vendor. Some of the deals were whoppers, such as the $19 billion ...

  • June 27, 2018 27 Jun'18

    Qumulo storage parts the clouds with its K-Series active archive

    Qumulo introduces the K-144T archive appliance to complement its scale-out NAS systems. The K-Series starts with six nodes, and customers can scale storage in 144 TB increments.

  • June 27, 2018 27 Jun'18

    HCI market: rich get richer as Dell, Nutanix flourish

    Dell, VMware and Nutanix continued to dominate the hyper-converged infrastructure market in the first quarter, combining for most of the fast-growing segment. According to IDC’s first quarter ...

  • June 25, 2018 25 Jun'18

    Vexata fires up NVMe flash storage to tackle analytics

    Vexata claims about two dozen customers are using its all-flash NVMe VX storage arrays. Vendor says the product upgrade targets growing need for fast storage in cognitive computing.

  • June 21, 2018 21 Jun'18

    New 12 Gbps single-port Toshiba SAS SSD takes aim at SATA

    Toshiba designed a new single-ported 12 Gbps RM5 SAS SSD to replace slower 6 Gbps SATA SSDs in servers until faster NVMe-based PCIe SSDs are ready for wider market adoption.

  • June 20, 2018 20 Jun'18

    SwiftStack 1space facilitates multi-cloud capabilities

    SwiftStack launches single namespace for its object and file storage to ease data access, migration, management and search across private and public clouds.

  • 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 14, 2018 14 Jun'18

    Ceph-based cloud block storage service debuts from Atlantic.Net

    Atlantic.Net's cloud-based block storage service is built on open source Ceph, and it includes an NVMe-based flash cache to boost performance and inexpensive HDDs for back-end storage.

  • June 13, 2018 13 Jun'18

    Maxta MxSP dons its Red Hat for container storage

    Maxta MxSP hyper-converged infrastructure is expanding integration with Red Hat. The software-only vendor has added support for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform, which is built on Red Hat ...

  • June 13, 2018 13 Jun'18

    Rubrik Alta goes native for AWS EC2, adds MSP Envoy

    The latest version of Rubrik Alta Cloud Data Management software adds data protection and management capabilities across clouds, for enterprise users as well as managed service providers. Rubrik ...

  • June 12, 2018 12 Jun'18

    The Tintri storage hourglass is almost out of sand

    Time is winding down for Tintri, whose slow-motion fall could come by the end of June. The remaining question is whether the publicly traded hybrid storage vendor can complete a last-second Hail ...

  • June 12, 2018 12 Jun'18

    New CEO expects Caringo Swarm to ride object storage wave

    Object storage veteran Caringo switches CEOs and is looking to 'Swarm' the market through expanded partnerships that go well beyond its Dell OEM relationship.

  • June 11, 2018 11 Jun'18

    Industry vet Lewis reveals plan to save Violin flash storage

    New Violin Systems CEO Mark Lewis' strategy for saving the flash vendor focuses on its core high-performance technology and a rebuilt channel partner-oriented sales team.

  • 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

    HPE adds bulk to M-series Ethernet SAN switching

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise expanded its M-series Ethernet storage switching with a smaller switch and orchestration software designed to improve management features for iSCSI SANs. HPE first  ...

  • 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 ...

  • June 01, 2018 01 Jun'18

    Crossbar ReRAM hits 1x nanometer process milestone

    Crossbar recently chalked up another milestone in its quest to get on-chip non-volatile resistive RAM (ReRAM) technology to market. The Santa Clara, California-based startup licensed its core ReRAM ...

  • May 30, 2018 30 May'18

    Startup Komprise strikes reseller agreement with IBM

    Komprise struck its first major reseller agreement, partnering with IBM to offer Komprise Intelligent Data Management software with the vendor’s storage portfolio. Customers can use Komprise ...

  • May 30, 2018 30 May'18

    Pure Storage cloud plan gets warm reception from end users

    Pure Storage made new FlashArray and FlashBlade all-flash systems generally available this week, emphasizing their role in moving data seamlessly between local and cloud storage.

  • May 29, 2018 29 May'18

    Pure Storage software tooled up for containers, OpenShift, VMware

    Pure Storage adds software for building, managing and protecting data in containers, clouds, VMs and on premises. Pure ES2 subscription offers a managed on-premises cloud.

  • 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

    ZertoCON 2018: IT resilience takes center stage

    BOSTON – At the first ZertoCON in 2016, analyst John Morency said that "IT resilience" is becoming the new "disaster recovery." The concept at the time stressed continuous availability and ...

  • 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 ...

  • May 23, 2018 23 May'18

    HPE storage still on its Nimble high

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise extended its impressive storage turnaround last quarter. For the second straight quarter, HPE storage revenue increased 24% year-over-year – jumping to $912 million for ...

  • May 23, 2018 23 May'18

    Pure Storage all-flash revamp accelerates and consolidates

    The Pure Accelerate conference kicks off with an NVMe-enabled FlashArray refresh and upgrades to all-flash Pure AIRI and FlashStack-Cisco UCS converged infrastructure for Oracle.

  • May 22, 2018 22 May'18

    Micron starts shipping denser QLC SSD to select customers

    Micron and Intel unleash QLC NAND flash that can store 4 bits per cell. Micron starts shipping a 2.5-inch QLC enterprise SATA SSD to select customers and targets fall for general availability.

  • May 22, 2018 22 May'18

    Pure Storage: flash is a means, not an end, to shared data

    SAN FRANCISCO – Pure Storage will push the theme of a “data-centric architecture” at its annual Accelerate user conference that begins Wednesday. Data-centric architecture is Pure’s description for ...

  • May 21, 2018 21 May'18

    Pavilion Data gets funded for NVMe-oF push

    As all-flash array pioneer Pure Storage celebrates its $1 billion in annual revenues, two of its former executives are planning the next big thing in flash. Pavilion Data, whose CEO Gurpreet Singh ...

  • May 16, 2018 16 May'18

    Quest hopes NetVault Backup 12 can vault into enterprise

    While Veeam Software uses its VeeamON user conference this week to further its push into the enterprise, Quest Software is making its own attempt to go the same route with its NetVault Backup. ...

  • May 15, 2018 15 May'18

    VeeamON 2018: Beyond availability and data protection

    CHICAGO – Veeam unveiled a copy data management feature at its VeeamON 2018 user conference Tuesday as part of its newly branded Hyper-Availability Platform. Veeam DataLabs, part of the vendor's ...

  • May 15, 2018 15 May'18

    Server maker IXsystems sets sail with new TrueNAS flagship

    The vendor claims shipments of its storage systems recently surpassed an exabyte of combined capacity. TrueNAS M-Series is a new high-end system with DRAM, NVDIMM and NVMe.

  • May 15, 2018 15 May'18

    Nutanix .NEXT 2018: 'Sherlock' targets IoT data

    Nutanix .NEXT 2017 focused on the hyper-converged infrastructure pioneer’s move to the public cloud with Xi Cloud Services. Nutanix .NEXT 2018 last week was a showcase for Nutanix Beam, the ...

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