Azure Purview plugs black holes in a data universe

Microsoft has released Azure Purview, a tool to uncover hidden data silos wherever they live - on-premises, across multiple public clouds or within SaaS applications. Julia White, Corporate VP for Azure, blogged: “For decades, specialised technologies like data warehouses and data lakes have helped us collect...

The terrible Tib, GiB and PiB game

The data storage industry uses MiB, GiB, TiB and PiB measures and different MB. GB, TB and PB measures and this confuses...

Lenovo boosts low end all-flash array with end-to-end NVMe

Lenovo has juiced up its entry level all-flash array with NVMe SSDs, NVMe/FC access and faster Fibre Channel support. The company said...

Pure overtakes NetApp in Gartner magic quadrant for primary arrays

Pure Storage is rated highest in Gartner’s 2020 primary arrays Magic Quadrant (MQ), overtaking NetApp, last year’s front runner.

Cohesity writes two new chapters for its everything DMaaS story

Cohesity this week officially launched DataProtect-as-a-Service. The data management vendor also said it will SaaS-ify SiteContinuity, the new disaster recovery software it...

The next game changer? Amazon takes on the SAN vendors

Amazon has re-engineered the AWS EBS stack to enable on-premises levels of SAN performance in the cloud. Make no mistake, the cloud...

Pliops strengthens board with appointment of Mellanox founder

Mellanox founder Eyal Waldman has joined the board of Pliops, an Israeli data storage-tech startup. His role will be to help...

Commvault gives VMware workloads some more loving in latest DR software release

Commvault has updated its new DR software with recovery automation for VMware workloads. The upgrade also sees Commvault Disaster Recovery gain orchestration to, from and between on-premises and...

Google builds out Cloud with Actifio acquisition

Google is buying Actifio, the data management and DR vendor, to beef up its Google Cloud biz. Terms are undisclosed but maybe the price was on the cheap side.

All-flash arrays shine in anaemic quarter for HPE storage

HPE revenues have returned to pre-pandemic levels - more or less - but data storage lags behind the rest of the business, with revenues down three per cent Y/Y to $1.2bn.

NetApp’s high-end AFA sales lead it out of pandemic recession

NetApp has posted its second successive quarter of revenue growth, thanks to an unexpected boost in high-end all-flash storage array sales. The company recorded $1.42bn in revenues for the...

Micron shrugs off Huawei hit, raises Q1 financial guidance

Micron has upped revenue guidance for the first quarter ended December 3 from $5bn-$5.4bn to $5.7bn-$5.75bn. The US chipmaker has also increased its gross margin and EPS guidance...
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All-flash arrays shine in anaemic quarter for HPE storage

HPE revenues have returned to pre-pandemic levels - more or less - but data storage lags behind the rest of the business,...

NetApp’s high-end AFA sales lead it out of pandemic recession

NetApp has posted its second successive quarter of revenue growth, thanks to an unexpected boost in high-end all-flash storage array sales.

Micron shrugs off Huawei hit, raises Q1 financial guidance

Micron has upped revenue guidance for the first quarter ended December 3 from $5bn-$5.4bn to $5.7bn-$5.75bn. The US...

Nvidia plots invasion of the storage controllers

Nvidia is adding storage controller functions to its BlueField-2 SmartNIC card and is gunning for business from big external storage array vendors...