Broad-based technology and services provider Dell Technologies has announced more than 500 storage software changes that it says improve intelligence, automation, data mobility and security across clouds, on-premises and edge environments – all at no additional cost to existing customers.
Seagate Lyve Cloud is providing Alfa Romeo F1 Team Orlen with always-on mass capacity object storage.
Oracle has announced 11 new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure services and capabilities that will become available during 2022.
Dell Technologies' Dell PowerVault ME5 storage devices are aimed at SMEs looking for SAN and DAS units.
US-based Vantage Data Centres, which focuses on multinational corporations like Microsoft and Cisco, is building a campus in Melbourne with three data centres that will total about 270,000 square feet (25,083 square metres) when complete, the company says.
Dell Technologies today announced its new APEX data services as well as Project Alpine, two new hybrid multi-cloud product and service offering that aid businesses everywhere in storing, accessing, and protecting data no matter where it may reside, and without lock-in to any specific cloud vendor. Dell also announced a new DevOps and developer portal to provide API information, tutorials, and other resources.
Storage vendor Pure Storage has announced a new member of its FlashArray family. FlashArray//XL is designed for top-tier enterprise applications, and delivers up to 5.78PB effective capacity.
Storage and GPU specialist PNY has appointed DSTech as the exclusive ANZ distributor of PNY and HP USB and memory card products.
GUEST RESEARCH: Pure Storage, the IT pioneer that delivers storage as-a-service in a multi-cloud world, announced it has been positioned by Gartner as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Primary Storage. This is the eighth year in a row that Gartner has named Pure Storage a storage leader and the second year in a row Pure Storage has been positioned highest on the ability to execute axis and furthest on the completeness of vision axis.
Object storage provider Cloudian has announced support for Red Hat OpenShift, allowing OpenShift users to deploy Cloudian's S3-compatible HyperStore in their own data centres.
Storage-as-a-service provider Pure Storage has announced its Pure Fusion storage-as-code platform and the Portworx Data Services database-as-a-service platform.
Western Digital's WD Elements SE SSD is a pocket-sized portable drive that comes in capacities from 480GB to 2TB.
A marketing alliance between Fujifilm and Tiger Technology aims to provide businesses with long-term, secure, and scalable tape storage management.
Enhancements to the Sysdig Managed Prometheus Service Simplifies Prometheus Adoption
COMPANY NEWS: Sysdig, Inc., the secure DevOps leader, announced today significant enhancements to Sysdig Monitor, which radically simplifies Prometheus adoption with a new integrations manager, simplified querying, and long-term metric storage for its managed Prometheus service.
Australian broadcast services provider MediaHub is using HPE Apollo 4000 and Scality RING to develop a simplified and cost-effective storage solution for expanding broadcast archives.
Synology is well-known for its range of NAS systems and its powerful DSM operating system. The company has now launched its new HAS5300 series of hard drives for high-capacity, high-performance, and resilient storage. The drives are optimised for performance with Synology products and come in capacities up to 16TB.
GUEST INTERVIEW: We live in a golden era of data, with abundant cloud storage in ever more sophisticated data centres, giving us greater insights than ever before, but how can businesses best manage unstructured data, decide what should and shouldn't be in the cloud, and minimise growing cloud costs? Aparavi's Gary Lyng joins us on iTWireTV to explain it all.
Dynabook's new Toshiba Canvio Flex is designed for use with PCs, Macs, iPad Pros and other mobile digital devices and tablets.
The Synology DS220+ NAS provides you with the storage, features, and online access to roll your own Google Photos replacement now Google is charging for space. Also, Synology is giving one away free - maybe you will be the lucky winner.
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