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Netgear’s ReadyNAS RR2304 readies ‘enterprise level network storage’ at small-biz price Netgear’s ReadyNAS RR2304 promises “full data protection, disaster recovery, and seamless file sharing with 1.5 times the processing power of existing 4-bay rackmount storage” with…
WD’s X-Factor: X4 tech comes to 3D NAND Building on its X4 expertise in 2D NAND, WD’s X-Force has attacked its next major milestone: four-bits-per-cell (X4) on 3D NAND, BiCS3, technology.
WD launches 10TB WD RED and WD RED Pro drives in Australia Although WD’s RED range launched in the US in May, official Australian availability for the NAS-optimised, 5400 RPM WD Red and 7200 RPM WD Red…
WD announces 96-layer 3D NAND, initial production output in 2018 NAND isn’t the nickname of your grandmother, but the technology in the storage chips inside your smartphones, tablets and computers, with Western Digital announcing an…
HDS extends HCP capacity, performance and features Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has announced multiple updates for its Hitachi Content Platform (HCP) products.
Dropbox drops kit into Sydney to pep up performance File sync and collaboration provider Dropbox is about to establish a Sydney point of presence which will improve performance for users in Australia and New…
Not all superheroes wear capes – some protect data (interview) Back-up is not just about making copies of everything across disparate hybrid environments – it is really about the recovery speed of data, operating systems,…
New features for Veeam Availability Suite Veeam Availability Suite v10 extends the platform with the addition of support for physical servers, network attached storage and native object storage, along with continuous…
NTT Communications, Nimble team up on cloud, managed services offerings NTT Communications ICT Solutions has launched new storage services based on Nimble Storage’s All Flash Systems for its utility, cloud and managed services customers.
Software-defined storage on the march, says SUSE expert Initial deployments of software-defined storage are primarily focused on the storage of unstructured data, according to Larry Morris, senior product manager at SUSE Linux.

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