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Cloud Computing, IoT Drive Chip Design Surge

Semiconductor design is booming, propelled by unrelenting demand for new memory chips, cloud computing and the digitization of entire industry sectors such as automotive and industrial. Technology tracker IHS ...Full Article

Apple’s Datacenter Push Rattles Cloud Market

Apple's announcement this week that it would spend more than $10 billion over the next five years on datacenter construction promises to shake up the public cloud market. Responding ...Full Article

Memory Boom Propels Samsung Past Intel

The turbulent—and profitable—memory chip market has a new leader: Samsung Electronics has overtaken Intel Corp. as the world's largest memory supplier, ending Intel's 25-year reign. Gartner reported Thursday (Jan. ...Full Article

Software-Defined Storage: Freedom Wrapped in Sheet Metal

A few months after we started Qumulo in 2012, VMware bought Nicira, a hot software- defined networking company, for $1.25 billion. As always, whenever a company without products in ...Full Article

Red Hat Rolls ‘Container-Native’ Storage

Cloud-native applications being delivered via application containers now have the option of using what open-source leader Red Hat calls "container-native" storage integrated with the latest version of its RedShift ...Full Article

Pivot3 Expands Security, Virtualization Partnerships

Pivot3, the hyper-converged infrastructure specialist, and a trio of partners are joining forces to add workload encryption and other capabilities to its software-defined platform for datacenters. The startup based ...Full Article

Red Hat Buys Storage Specialist

Open source leader Red Hat continued its buying spree with the acquisition of a data compression software specialist focused on cloud storage. Red Hat said this week its acquisition ...Full Article

Flash Storage Thrives as Server Sales Slump

New data points emerged this week indicating that all-flash storage arrays are beginning to make headway in datacenters as server sales continue to decline. Market researcher Dell'Oro Group reported ...Full Article

Data Dilemma: What to Store, What to Dump?

As storage costs decline on a Moore's Law curve, technology vendors seeking to drive storage capacity and enterprises leveraging that stored data for new applications agree that we have ...Full Article

HPE Eyes Storage Gains as Server Sales Slide

Slowing demand for servers and related networking hardware cut deeply into Hewlett-Packard Enterprise's quarterly revenues, the company reported this week. The 13 percent decline in revenues for the second ...Full Article
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