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News Bits: TEAMGROUP, Lexar, LucidLink, Cisco, HYCU, GigaSpaces, Nasuni, & Kaminario

by Adam Armstrong

In this week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. TEAMGROUP Launches XTREEM ARGB WHITE GAMING MEMORY and DELTA MAX WHITE RGB SSD. Lexar announces the new Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series. LucidLink Filespaces will be a turnkey solution in IBM Cloud. Cisco reports second-quarter earnings. HYCU Protégé for O365 announced. GigaSpaces releases Kubernetes Operator support. Nasuni has a strong 2020. Silk (formally Kaminario) partners with Azure.

In this week’s News Bits we look at a number of small announcements, small in terms of the content, not the impact they have. TEAMGROUP Launches XTREEM ARGB WHITE GAMING MEMORY and DELTA MAX WHITE RGB SSD. Lexar announces the new Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series. LucidLink Filespaces will be a turnkey solution in IBM Cloud. Cisco reports second-quarter earnings. HYCU Protégé for O365 announced. GigaSpaces releases Kubernetes Operator support. Nasuni has a strong 2020. Silk (formally Kaminario) partners with Azure.

TEAMGROUP Launches XTREEM ARGB WHITE GAMING MEMORY and DELTA MAX WHITE RGB SSD

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TEAMGROUP launched its XTREEM ARGB WHITE GAMING MEMORY that is 4000MHz with a capacity of up to 32GB for a single module all fit on a 10-layer PCB Board. The company also announced its DELTA MAX WHITE RGB SSD. This USB SSD comes in 1TB and has speeds up to 560MB/s.

TEAMGROUP

Lexar Announces New Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series

Lexar announced its Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER Series of SD cards. The Cards come in capacity up to 512GB and bring speeds up to 160MB/s. The cards are rated UHS Speed Class 3 (U3) and Video Speed Class 30 (V30).

Lexar Professional 1066x SDXC UHS-I Card SILVER

LucidLink Filespaces Will Be A Turnkey Solution In IBM Cloud

LucidLink announced that its Filespaces will be available as a turnkey solution on IBM Cloud Storage offerings. The two companies state that this collaboration offers a cloud-native file system that will enable users to access data consolidated in the cloud, like a local drive, and customers who select the LucidLink IBM Cloud bundle can expect on-demand access to data from anywhere as easily as a Local NAS while reaping the benefits of IBM Cloud Object Storage. The solution will help with data egress fees.

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Cisco Reports 2nd Quarter Earnings

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Cisco reported the earning for the second financial quarter. Overall, the numbers look pretty good with a flat YoY revenue of $12 billion (earning per share of GAAP: $0.60 and Non-GAAP: $0.79). The company is continuing its transformation into a software/subscription company.

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HYCU Protégé for O365 Announced

HYCU announced the general availability of its Protégé for Microsoft Office 365. Benefits include:

  • Automated Protection as a Service: As a fully managed service with 24/7 monitoring, HYCU Protégé for O365 is available with 1-click simplicity. The solution is completely elastic, scaling up and down as users need without limitation.
  • Total 360° Protection: All services offered by Microsoft as part of the Microsoft Office product line are supported including Outlook, SharePoint, OneDrive, Teams, Hosted Exchange Server, contacts, and chats. All subscription services are protected in one service and under one HYCU Protégé management interface.
  • Recover Whatever, Whenever and Wherever: There is no limit for how long any customer can retain data. There is no sizing requirement needed. HYCU also provides granular recovery for all information under O365 beyond just files and emails. This capability extends to search as well. All data is indexed and available for search.
  • Added Compliance and Vigilance, Round the Clock: Built with compliance and eDiscovery needs in mind, HYCU provides both functions as purpose-built with the service. For large enterprises, in particular, HYCU provides the ability to keep constant track of all correspondence and analytics between users and recipients in alignment with corporate policies and adhering to industry privacy regulations.
  • Enhanced Security at Every Level: Customers are always cautious about data on public clouds and HYCU provides them confidence by protecting the data during transit, at rest, and during access. In addition, the service is compliant with international operational standards.

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 GigaSpaces Releases Kubernetes Operator Support

GigaSpaces has released InsightEdge version 15.8 that comes with several benefits including:

  • Smart RAM footprint reduction: In-memory data store RAM is optimized to reduce infrastructure costs by up to 70% while retaining blazing performance. Using the GigaSpaces Ops Manager, an object’s RAM storage footprint can be automatically reduced. This substantially lowers costs – for both spending per TB on the cloud and on-premises hardware, along with added savings for replicated clusters located in different regions or data centers.
  • Smart data locality to boost SQL query performance: 10x faster response time is achieved for queries, reporting, and BI by automatically replicating selected small tables of data to the nodes in the cluster to accelerate server-side JOIN performance. The new Broadcast Objects feature replicates smaller static tables that are used frequently when combining rows from two or more tables, for example, daily exchange rates. With a minimal impact on RAM footprint, a significant boost in response time and higher concurrency are achieved.
  • Cloud-native lifecycle management: The latest support of Kubernetes Operator allows organizations to use both the Kubernetes Helm for day-1 deployment in a cluster and also the day-2 operations of managing application workloads and auto-scaling up or out to support unexpected workloads.

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Nasuni Has A Strong 2020

Nasuni is reporting a good 2020 as the accelerated shit to the cloud was definitely a boon for their business. 2020 highlights include:

  • New funding: Nasuni announced $40 million in new funding, bringing the company’s total funding to $169 million since inception. The equity round featured a mix of new and existing investors, with prior investors Goldman Sachs, Telstra Ventures, Northbridge Venture Partners, and others all participating.
  • New capabilities: Nasuni delivered numerous enhancements around remote work, integrations with leading Cloud Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solutions from AWS and Microsoft, simplified cloud migrations, and increased protection of critical file data to help enterprises leave costly on-premises infrastructure behind and more quickly and securely leverage the cloud.
  • Large customer growth: Customers with annual subscriptions greater than $100,000 grew to almost one-third of Nasuni’s customers.
  • Awards: The company received the American Business Awards’ gold medal for Best Cloud Storage/Backup Solution, won honors as the Data Storage Solution of the Year in the 2020 Data Breakthrough Awards, and ranked on the 2020 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 list of the fastest-growing technology companies for the second year in a row.
  • New cloud leader expansions: Nasuni became a Microsoft Windows Virtual Desktop Partner, achieved both AWS Digital Workplace Competency Status and AWS Outposts Ready designation, as well as launched availability in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace.
  • New patents: The Nasuni product team was awarded a new patent for its method and system for interfacing to cloud storage, bringing the total Nasuni patents issued to 14, with more pending.
  • New event: Customers, partners, and cloud experts gathered for Nasuni CloudBound2020–the first installment of the global, virtual event–to share real-world expert insight with hundreds of attendees for modernizing file storage infrastructure.

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Silk Partners With Microsoft Azure

Kaminario changed its name to Silk (about six months ago) and now Silk has partnered with Microsoft Azure. Being available on the Microsoft Azure marketplace, Silk is still all about maximizing performance in the cloud with claims of 1 million IOPS and 20GB/s for read in mission-critical databases. Silk also offers 99.9999 resiliency and no single point of failure.

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