A massive 13TB solid state drive (SSD) has launched for object storage, streaming content distribution and those with deep, deep pockets.
Friday, 15 January 2016 14:52

The future of enterprise storage

Will tape disappear? Will flash dominate? Will the cloud become a commodity ‘take-away’ item?
The latest model in Seagate's enterprise capacity range provides 10TB of storage in a 3.5in drive with seven platters.
Seagate has launched what it claims is the world's highest capacity drive optimised for NAS, RAID and server use.
Storage software specialist DataCore and hardware vendor Lenovo have together set a new price/performance record on the SPC-1 benchmark.
Kingston’s new Enterprise grade SSD is 15 times faster than a HDD and comes in 128GB-1TB capacities.
Q: How to move files to or from your iOS or Android device A: Kingston’ Wireless Family sets up a Wi-Fi SSID and allows transfers…
Seagate Technology plc (NASDAQ: STX), a world leader in storage solutions has announced major enhancements to its AssuredSAN RealStor family of hybrid and all-flash storage…
Tape backup is not dead - its as cost effective as ever. Fujifilm’s LTO-7 has a 15TB capacity and can back up at 750MB/s.
The 1TB storage restriction for OneDrive remains, but if you ‘opt-in’ you can get 15GB free back plus 15Gb for photo uploads.



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