Macronix intros compute-in-NAND storage

NOR and NAND flash vendor Macronix has devised FortiX technology for AI-focused computation inside flash chips. The Taiwan-based company presented this concept at the FMS 2022 event in Santa Clara earlier this month and it is an implementation of the overall PIM – Processing-in-Memory...

Gartner releases 2022 storage hype cycle

Gartner’s latest storage and data protection hype cycle is an amazingly long report and, this being Gartner, the basic idea is treated...

Who should get to define your software defined storage setup?

If it doesn't already, your datacenter is more than likely going to feature software-defined storage (SDS) in the very near future.

Neo Semiconductor doubles X-NAND die speed

Startup Neo Semiconductor previously introduced X-NAND technology, which carves a NAND die into multiple parallel planes to speed IO. Now it says...

NeuroBlade and the analytics supply chain

Optimizing the digital data supply chain for SQL query processing is what drives the NeuroBlade founders and their hyper compute for analytics...

Infinidat alumni sue over stock dilution

Infinidat is fighting three lawsuits alleging improper stock option dilution brought by employees. We knew about one lawsuit in October 2020 but...

Infinidat guarantees one-minute data recovery

High-end storage array supplier Infinidat is making an InfiniSafe Cyber Storage guarantee for data recovery within one minute or less, and adding a...

Software defined storage IS the future. Get the definitive take right here

Sponsored It stands to reason that as enterprise apps get ever bigger and demand ever more data, storage infrastructure has to scale...

Nutanix to layoff 270 employees

A Nutanix 8-K SEC filing reveals it’s planning to chop 270 employees, 4 percent of its workforce. This follows...

Interview: Micron likes 3D DRAM and 3D NAND – and loves CXL

How does Micron view the world of CXL (Computer eXpress Link)? Blocks & Files had the opportunity to talk about this with Ryan Baxter, a Micron senior director of marketing and the...

ScaleFlux shows off third generation computational storage

Chinese and US computational storage developer ScaleFlux has shown its CSD 3000 at the Flash Memory Summit and launched a channel program. This is a PCIe 4 SSD with...

Tape (and DNA?) needed to meet archive demand by 2030

A report has claimed that there could be a huge gap in archive data storage needs by 2030, with tape and possibly DNA storage the only viable technologies to fill it.

Cohesity: The Poonen and Aron double act – part 2

The first part of our interview with Mohit Aron and Sanjay Poonen, Cohesity's new CEO, focussed on Aron. Now we turn to Poonen. Sanjay Poonen

New protocols and standards push storage appliances upwards and outwards

Software defined storage is driving a revolution, and dragging traditional hardware along with it.
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Cohesity: The Poonen and Aron double act – part 1

Eight months after filing for its IPO, data protection and management company Cohesity has hired its first external CEO: Sanjay Poonen, with...

Micron, Western Digital: US should fund memory research

Micron and Western Digital (WD) want some of the $280 billion US CHIPS and Science Act funding to go towards semiconductor research...

Flash Memory Summit thematic extraction

Some three thousand people from the flash and SSD supply industry gratefully met at the Flash Memory Summit 2022 in the Santa...