Property intelligence provider Hometrack Australia has deployed several Pure Storage flash arrays to overcome performance and capacity concerns
At the recent Veritas information management conference, it was revealed that perhaps as much of 60% of unstructured data was redundant, obsolete, and trivial (ROT).
Storage vendor Nimble Storage has announced the AF1000, an entry-level but full-featured all-flash array that can be scaled up to 8PB.
Crucial's new MX300 SSD family is based on Micron 3D TLC NAND technology.
Samsung has bought UFS (Universal Flash Storage) – some call it ultra-fast storage – to its memory card line-up, with sizes ranging up to 256GB.
Traditional NAS and SAN spinning disk vendors still push the myth that flash has reliability and cost issues. The reality is that flash is outperforming, outlasting and giving excellent economy if you know how to do it well.
Enterprise users know that flash storage is the ultimate for speed, but there has been a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt surrounding reliability and cost.
Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix has made a series of announcements that it will allow its products to run a much wider range of workloads.
Dell Storage Center Operating System 7 (SCOS 7) helps bring together the company's SC and PS arrays, and adds intelligent deduplication and compression to reduce the effective cost of flash storage.
Tintri's VM-aware storage (VAS) portfolio has been expanded with the announcement of new VMstore T5000 all-flash arrays along with software to support scale-out storage.
SanDisk's iPhone and iPad storage device has been through a Biggest Loser transformation.
EMC used the final general session at the EMC World 2016 conference to preview a forthcoming member of its Isilon storage family.
EMC's new Unity storage system is priced from US$18,000 in all-flash configurations and is aimed at small and midsized IT operations, including departmental applications.
HPE's decision to adopt a single storage architecture based on its 3Par acquisition has paid dividends.
The new 200GB Lexar High-Performance 633x microSDXC UHS-I memory card is designed for sports camcorders, tablets, and smartphones.
Despite storage vendors' apparent focus on all-flash arrays, multiple tiers of storage still have a role to play according to Oracle.
Storage vendor EMC has decided flash is now the technology of choice for primary storage, and its future products will only use disk for bulk and archive storage.
Nimble Storage has announced a new range of all flash storage arrays to complement its existing adaptive flash arrays.
While hard disk and tape has a place in the data centre/cloud for economy and archival it is Flash that offers the speed.
The Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta has deployed two Nimble SmartStack storage arrays in its Sydney and Parramatta data centres to support the Diocese' critical school and administrative systems.
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