Displaying items by tag: Flash

Western Digital introduces new SSDs for gamers that provide more storage, speed, and access for a richer gaming experience.

Published in Business IT

The industry’s "only complete migration solution from Flash or Flex-based applications, including real-time media, to modern platforms that modernises your brand’s UI, look and feel to current standards" has launched, promising to give "businesses a boost with an array of advantages including speed, security, accessibility, and next-gen UI standards, preserving valuable IP while upgrading it for the Net of tomorrow."

Published in Business IT

If you feel the need, the need for storage speed, Samsung is top gunning for the competition by being first to use the Toggle DDR 4.0 interface, with a 30% improvement in write speed over the previous generation.

Thursday, 24 May 2018 13:41

Pure FlashArray//X bridges DAS/NAS/SAN divide

Pure Storage says its new FlashArray//X series provides higher performance at the same cost per effective gigabyte as the previous FlashArray//M series, and is suited to all types of workloads.

Vulnerabilities in Adobe's Flash Player took second place to flaws in Microsoft products last year in a list of the most used avenues of attack by cyber criminals compiled by security firm Recorded Future.

Published in Security

A new Adobe Flash zero-day exploit that works through a Microsoft Office document and delivers the latest version of the FinSpy malware as its final payload has been identified by security vendor Kaspersky Lab.

Published in Security
Wednesday, 09 August 2017 09:46

Adobe outdoes Microsoft in issuing security updates

For once, Microsoft's patching of 48 vulnerabilities as part of its monthly security updates was overshadowed by another company indulging in a similar exercise.

Published in Security

Microsoft has issued patches for 48 vulnerabilities in Windows and other products as part of its usual monthly security update, but did not fix a zero-day flaw known as SMBloris that was disclosed to the company in June.

Published in Security
Monday, 31 July 2017 09:18

Call for Adobe to open source Flash spec

Developers are calling on Adobe to open source Flash following the company's announcement on 26 July that it would be retiring the software by the end of 2020.

Published in Business Software
Thursday, 27 July 2017 21:25

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.

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Wednesday, 26 July 2017 05:54

Adobe to retire Flash by the end of 2020

Adobe has announced that it will be retiring Flash by the end of 2020 and encouraging content creators to move any existing content to open formats like HTML5, WebGL and WebAssembly.

Published in Business Software

With 2017 set “to be the year of all-flash storage”, the all-flash revolution is finally going strong in data centres, but I wish I could say the same for consumer PCs!

Published in Fuzzy Logic
Tuesday, 13 June 2017 12:20

4DS claims breakthrough in ReRAM development

Semiconductor development company 4DS Memory claims to have developed ReRAM that has a speed approaching that of DRAM and that does not require error correction.

Published in Hardware
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Monday, 14 November 2016 08:27

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 trivial (ROT). And it's clogging your enterprise storage.

Monday, 24 October 2016 14:01

How will history regard hard disk storage?

There is a lot of activity in the flash NAND camp (SSD) at present, all predicting the imminent demise of spinning hard disks (HDD) as storage mechanisms.

Friday, 14 October 2016 13:17

Seagate 2TB and 5TB 2.5” mobile disks

Seagate has upped the ante on mobile 2.5” hard disk capacity, offering a new 2TB FireCuda hybrid Flash/HDD (SSHD) and a 5TB BarraCuda HDD.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 13 October 2016 12:02

Most threats detailed by ACSC work only on Windows

Most of the case studies of various cyber infringements detailed in the Australian Cyber Security Centre's 2016 report have one thing in common: they relate to threats that are only possible on Microsoft Windows systems.

Published in Security

At Cloud Expo Asia 2016 Huawei introduced its "new-generation convergent all-flash system" OceanStor Dorado V3 and the world's first 32-socket x86 mission critical server, named KunLun.

Published in Networking

Leading storage analyst Tom Coughlin predicts storage needs and trends – his latest forecast is that there will be a 6.2 times (that is a 620%) increase in storage needed for entertainment needs alone by 2021.

It has been three decades since the global storage market’s last major transition from tape-based storage to disk-based storage. Now a similar shift is taking place from disk-based storage to flash-based storage and an interesting juncture is expected to play out over the next couple of years as disruptive technologies emerge and become established.

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