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NVMe is the next enterprise storage evolution Flash storage helps meet user expectations that their application will respond immediately and, in fact, moving to flash storage in the data centre offers several…
Kingston releases biggest USB thumb drive Kingston has released the world’s largest capacity USB, its 2TB, USB 3.1, DataTraveler Ultimate GT (Generation Terabyte).
Kingston releases USB drive to mark Chinese New Year Kingston has released its DataTraveler, a 32GB USB, a collector’s item replete with a rose gold laser cut rooster and USB 3.1 extreme speeds, to…
Nimble Storage cracks 'six nines' availability Nimble Storage says its Predictive Flash Platform is achieving better than six-nines (99.999928%) actual availability.
WD ups storage with new 14TB Helium hard disk and 7.68TB SSD WD has upped the capacity of its proven Ultrastar 12TB He12, a fourth generation, 3.5”, helium-filled hard disk drive, to 14TB and a 7.68TB NVMe,…
Seagate Backup Plus Portable reaches 5TB In the poker world, there is a saying, “See you and raise you one.” Seagate has taken this literally, taking its external Backup Plus portable…
Acronis Storage: ‘Notary’ with Blockchain and Acronis ‘CloudRAID’ to Software-Defined Storage Acronis has released Acronis Storage, the "world’s first software-defined storage product with blockchain-based data authentication and universal file, block and object support".
Dropbox boosts sync speed with network improvements Sync and collaboration provider Dropbox has revealed changes to its network infrastructure that can significantly improve synchronisation performance.
Why automation is key to software-defined storage You would have heard of the term “software-defined”. It is now being applied to “everything” — compute, environment, storage, networking, data centres, W-LANs — and…
If it is not valuable data, it must be ROT At the recent Veritas information governance and management conference, it was revealed that perhaps as much of 60% of unstructured data was redundant, obsolete, and…

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