Enterprise disk, hybrid and all flash array (AFA) reviews that cater to midmarket enterprises and up.
by Adam Armstrong

Toshiba Showcases Several SSD Solutions At Dell Technologies World

Today at Dell Technologies World 2018, Toshiba Memories America, Inc. is onsite showcasing several of its flash solutions. Dell Technologies and Toshiba have partnered for a long time with Toshiba being one of the diamond-level conference sponsors. Toshiba will be showcasing SSD technology for server and storage application solutions.

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by Adam Armstrong

Fujitsu Storage ETERNUS AF250 S2 Review

Earlier this year Fujitsu announced updates to its ETERNUS all-flash (AF) line, with the introducing of AF250 S2 And AF650 S2. Having previously looked at the ETERNUS AF250 and found it to be a strong performer (winning our Editor’s Choice award) especially compared to its pricing. Now we are taking a good look at the updated version to see what improvements have been made and how they stack up.

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by Adam Armstrong

Red Hat Announces GA Of Storage One

Today Red Hat Inc. announced the general availability of Red Hat Storage One. Storage One is Red Hat’s approach to web-scale enterprise storage with the best of both worlds: a hardware-optimized turnkey solution with the flexibility and scale of software-defined storage. Storage One is built on the rest of Red Hat’s storage portfolio. 

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by Adam Armstrong

News Bits: Morro Data, Azure, Panzura, E8 Storage, Scality, Portworx, Intel, & More

This week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. Morro Data now supports Azure active directory. Panzura announces Mobile 2.0. E8 Storage announces InfiniBand support. Scality raises $60 million in funding. Portworx and Intel announce reference architecture for containerized applications. Virtual Instruments extends its integration with Cisco. Commvault expands AWS GovCloud solutions. Pivotal goes public.

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by Adam Armstrong

News Bits: ClearSky Data, Faction, VMware, Micron, WD, Commvault, Iron Mountain & More

This week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. ClearSky Data and Faction partner to deliver on-demand disaster recovery with VMware. Micron announced new edge storage microSD cards. WD announced security microSD cards. Commvault expands integration with Azure. Iron Mountain announces Iron Cloud for Video. SonicWall updates its portfolio. Cisco updates its routing portfolio. SecurityFirst enhances its DataKeep. SIOS awarded two patents.

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by Adam Armstrong

NAB 2018 News Bits

Our News Bits is a roundup that typically covers news pieces that are just small in content, not in impact. This gives content room to breath even if it comes in less than what we normally cover. This year at the annual National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) 2018 Show there were a handful of announcements that either small or would potentially get wiped out by some of the larger announcements so we have collected them here. Announcements come from companies such as Attala, Western Digital, Spectra Logic, Seagate, and Excelero.

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by Adam Armstrong

Supermicro Introduces RSD 2.1 With Pooled NVMe Storage

Today Super Micro Computer, Inc. announced its latest Rack Scale Design (RSD), version 2.1, now with pooled all-flash NVMe composable storage support. This new pooling ability can bring Peta-scale NVMe storage that is shared by up to twelve hosts. This would be ideal for applications such as high throughput ingest, HPC, data analytics, video streaming, CDN, and software-defined storage (SDS) environments.

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by Adam Armstrong

Nexenta Launches NexentaCloud

Today Nexenta launched its new product family of cloud native storage solutions, NexentaCloud. The new family is built to be an extension of Nexenta’s Open SDS solution, taking all of the benefits and bringing them to the cloud. The first product launched today is the NexentaCloud for AWS.

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by Adam Armstrong

Intel Announced its 8th Gen Core Processors

Today Intel announced details around its 8th generation Core processors. The company is announcing new mobile and desktop CPUs as well as its new Intel 300 Series chipsets. The latest generation CPUs also adds support for its popular Optane technology in both the Optane Memory and the more standard Optane SSDs.

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by Adam Armstrong

News Bits: SQream, X-IO, SolarWinds, Pivot3, SwiftStack, HYCU, Nutanix, & More

This week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. SQream and X-IO partner on ultra-fast computing. SolarWinds introduces cloud-first backup service. Pivot3 announces Cloud Edition. SwiftStack demonstrates multi-cloud media workflows at NAB Show 2018. HYCU expands data protection to the Nutanix Enterprise Cloud. Gluster releases version 4.0. MariaDB acquires MammothDB. Veritas acquires fluidOps. Adobe and NVIDIA announce AI partnership.

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