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Dell Delivers Spectrum of Datacenter Storage Products

Dell Delivers Spectrum of Datacenter Storage Products

Dell hopes to address enterprises’ current and future storage needs with a flurry of new products, ranging ...

EMC Extends Flash with XtremIO Upgrade

EMC Extends Flash with XtremIO Upgrade

EMC this week expanded the capacity of its XtremIO all-flash storage array in a free upgrade to ...

OpenStack Kilo Rolls With Network, Storage Upgrades

OpenStack Kilo Rolls With Network, Storage Upgrades

The release of OpenStack Kilo this week, the foundation’s 11th offering, includes a batch of compute, storage, ...

SanDisk PCIe Flash a Match for Online Dating Site

SanDisk PCIe Flash a Match for Online Dating Site

With 100 million members, dating site PlentyOfFish wants to make sure technological bottlenecks don’t stand in the ...

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May 11, 2015(0)
Climate research projects based on big data analysis increasingly rely on big storage to track historical patterns and extrapolate future trends in a research area with countless variables. The open source nature of climate data has made access to huge volumes of archival a key challenge for storage technology. Hence, IBM and other storage vendors are frequently working with ... Full article
May 6, 2015(0)
Dell hopes to address enterprises’ current and future storage needs with a flurry of new products, ranging from high-performance data repositories to entry-level arrays. Businesses typically have a mix of traditional architectures and software-defined storage co-existing in the same datacenter, said Alan Atkinson, vice president and general manager of Dell Storage in a press conference last week. “We are ...
May 5, 2015(0)
EMC this week expanded the capacity of its XtremIO all-flash storage array in a free upgrade to existing customers, and launched a 40TB X-Brick building block to scale all-flash clusters. During a presentation at EMC World 2015, the developer presented its new flash offerings as a way for enterprises to consolidate more common workloads on solid-state storage systems. XtremIO ...
May 1, 2015(0)
The release of OpenStack Kilo this week, the foundation’s 11th offering, includes a batch of compute, storage, networking and provisioning features intended to extend the platform to fit workloads with bare metal and application containers. In releasing Kilo Thursday (April 30), the OpenStack Foundation noted that production deployments make up half of OpenStack deployments while network functions virtualization (NFV) ...
April 30, 2015(0)
With 100 million members, dating site PlentyOfFish wants to make sure technological bottlenecks don’t stand in the way of true love. So when SanDisk began field-testing its recently announced Fusion ioMemory PCIe application accelerators, PlentyOfFish took the next-generation cards for a spin, Owen Morley, director of infrastructure at the free online site told Enterprise Technology. “We’re constantly looking at ...
April 23, 2015(0)
Former star NFL linebacker Patrick Willis is trading his football spikes for a corner office with a Silicon Valley storage technology company. San Jose-based Open Source Storage said it has appointed Willis executive vice president for strategic partnerships for the media, entertainment and sports sectors. Willis is listed as an owner Open Source Storage along with founder and CEO ...
April 20, 2015(0)
Enterprise storage may have been simplified with the recent broad availability of Microsoft Azure Premium Storage. Under Microsoft’s Premium plan, which Microsoft expanded late last week, enterprises’ data is stored on solid state drives (SSDs). The program is designed for Azure virtual machine workloads, which need consistent high IO performance and low latency for tasks such as OLTP, big ...
April 9, 2015(0)
Despite a steady stream of storage technology advances, IBM scientists insist there is still plenty of life left in left in tape storage along with new cloud applications like object storage. IBM Research this week claimed a new storage density record of 123 billion bits of uncompressed data per square inch on inexpensive particulate magnetic tape. The areal recording ...
April 8, 2015(0)
The waterfall of unstructured data pouring into datacenters is fueling the need for data and object storage approaches that retain all that stuff while at the same time making “useful’ data accessible if and when needed. Emerging storage vendors zeroing in on the big data market often refer to this approach as making storage “data aware.” That along with ...
April 7, 2015(0)
Dell today (April 7) released the latest edition of Dell Fluid File System (FluidFS), its scale out network attached storage (NAS) solution. Version 4 – available now on the FS8600 with the Compellent platform and sometime later this year on EqualLogic – was designed to help customers manage the number and size of user files; support file-based workflows, and ...
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