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Week in review podcast: NexGen Storage releases virtual machine system

Listen to the top headlines of the week from the Storage Media Group, beginning with news of NexGen Storage releasing a virtual machine storage system.

In this weekly podcast, featuring a roundup of headlines from TechTarget's Storage Media Group, we discuss a new system release from startup NexGen Storage. As reported by our site, the new virtual machine storage system uses solid-state drives and hard drives, and applies granular quality of service (QoS) levels to “provision performance” across tiers.

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NexGen Storage releases virtual machine system

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In lighter news that has been incredibly popular this week, Senior News Director Dave Raffo spoke with DreamWorks Animation SKG staff engineer Scott Miller about the studio’s storage needs and why DreamWorks doesn’t consider itself a big data shop. Puss in Boots, the studio's new animated 3D movie, filled hundreds of terabytes on DreamWorks' storage systems, most of it on a Hewlett-Packard Ibrix-based NAS cluster.

And finally, spoke with Greg Schulz, founder of StorageIO Group, about SSD trends, including the latest developments in the technology and which industries are taking a hard look at putting them to work.

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