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By Garry Kranz News Sep 01, 2016

Plexistor nonvolatile storage software gets wrapped in hardware

Plexistor unveils Persistent Memory over Fabric hardware bundles. The startup's storage-defined memory platform presents DRAM and nonvolatile storage in a single namespace. Continue Reading

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By Antony Adshead Nov 10, 2015

HDS launches mid-market F Series all-flash arrays

Hitachi Data Systems launches the F Series, all-flash arrays aimed at mid-market customers that slot in below HDS's high-end G Series, plus a new 6.4TB high-capacity flash drive Continue Reading

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By Dave Raffo News Sep 21, 2015

Infinidat adds smaller SAN array, unified storage

After starting with a system aimed at high-end enterprises, startup Infinidat adds a midrange InfiniBox F2000 SAN array, plus NAS support for unified storage. Continue Reading

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By Jamison Cush News Jul 12, 2016

The Android HTC 10 is a solid smartphone for work

The best doesn't come cheap. At $699, the HTC 10 has a lot to offer, from impressive speakers to its rapid Quick Charge feature. Continue Reading

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By Dave Raffo News Feb 11, 2016

HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850

HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850 holds 1,024 solid-state drives (SSDs). Hewlett Packard Enterprise claims it can deliver more than three million IOPS with sub-millisecond latency. Continue Reading

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By Trevor Jones News Aug 12, 2016

New AWS application-level load balancing gives IT pros granular control

Enterprise IT users eager for more granular control in AWS get their wish with an upgraded Elastic Load Balancing service that runs at the application level. Continue Reading

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By Antone Gonsalves News Jul 11, 2016

Glue provides SD automation for more network appliances

Glue Networks has added support for more than a dozen network products in its orchestration engine. The Gluware engine provides greater SD automation. Continue Reading

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By Bernt Ostergaard May 31, 2016

Unlocking the disruptive potential of 3D printers

We look at where 3D printing started, highlights some current innovations and assesses where the technology might be heading next Continue Reading

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By Chris Evans Jan 27, 2016

All-flash array roundup 2016: The big six

Computer Weekly surveys an all-flash array market in which the big six in storage have largely settled on strategy, but key new technologies – such as TLC flash and 3D NAND – are emerging Continue Reading

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By Antony Adshead May 02, 2016

EMC launches Unity flash and hybrid arrays at SME customers

EMC launches Unity, SME-targeted all-flash and hybrid flash arrays built on a Linux OS on commodity hardware with services run from containers Continue Reading