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3D XPoint and Intel Optane memory News
February 14, 2019
HPE GM of storage Milan Shetti outlines plans to add support for partners' storage products in its InfoSight predictive analytics platform and talks up its AI operations-centric strategy.
February 07, 2019
Podcast: Dell EMC technologists discuss their 2019 expectations for the growth of storage class memory, NVMe-oF, multi-cloud, container and smart storage technologies.
January 30, 2019
Flash storage buyers will find lower NAND prices and more enterprise options in 2019, according to the crystal balls of industry executives and analysts.
October 24, 2018
MAX Data is a software-defined product that runs on commodity servers and can use non-NetApp storage. The codebase came from NetApp's acquisition of startup Plexistor.
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Sometimes referred to as persistent memory, SCM may address the growing gap between storage and memory technologies. But don't expect it to happen just yet. Continue Reading
NVMe is an inevitable move forward for flash technology that begins the transition to storage-class memory and will lead to even more significant storage advances. Continue Reading
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Cost and scaling limits mean planar NAND flash as we know it will slowly cede its pre-eminent place in the memory hierarchy to emerging technologies such as 3D XPoint. Continue Reading
NVMe flash speeds up storage and radically alters server connectivity. How will enterprises adopt NVMe storage and how well will it work with existing technologies? Continue Reading
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NVM Express over Fabrics and storage class memory may disrupt traditional storage over the next half decade in much the same way NAND flash did over the last five years. Continue Reading