Veritas chases public cloud and IoT edge with retooled NetBackup

Veritas thinks the public cloud and growing IoT edge are where it can increase its data protection market share using re-engineered software and AI-enhanced operations. This long-lived enterprise data protection supplier has been developing its NetBackup (NBU) product to provide what it calls autonomous...

Monday Gartner HDD/SSD numberfest

In four years' time over 95 percent of shipped hard disk drives will be high-capacity nearline 3.5-inch drives, and SSDs will outstrip...

GigaOm assesses unstructured data management market

Analyst house GigaOm has researched the unstructured data management supplier field and given its assessment of their respective feature sets and goals.

Micron reveals flash roadmap to 500+ layer 3D NAND

Micron has 232-layer 3D NAND in development and a roadmap out to 500-plus layers. 3D NAND is manufactured by...

Storage news ticker – May 12

Cloudflare has announced D1, the first cloud storage database for the Workers serverless platform, pitched as enabling developers to build fast, database-backed applications with...

N-able Cove Data Protection embraces disaster recovery

Earlier this month SolarWinds spin-out N-able announced Cove Data Protection, a cloud-first data protection-as-a-service (DPaaS) product combining disaster recovery and long-term backup...

Software startup Observe scores $70m funding round

Startup Observe has raised $70 million to fund its growth as an analyzer of machine data that can make it intelligible to...

Western Digital: The flash roadmap

Western Digital execs revealed its disk and flash/SSD roadmaps at a May 10 Investor Day event. We covered the disk part of...

Pure uses Snowflake to get FlashBlade up close and cloud-adjacent with customers’ co-los

Pure Storage and Snowflake are arranging for Snowflake compute to access and analyze data stored in FlashBlade file+object boxes based in fast...

Western Digital: The disk drive roadmap

Western Digital execs trumpeted its disk and flash/SSD roadmaps and growth prospects at a May 10 Investor Day event that was perhaps overshadowed by the break-up proposal from activist investor and 6...

Storage news ticker – 11 May

Aerospike has announced GA of Aerospike Database 6 (AD6), a fresh release of the core engine that powers Aerospike’s Real-time Data Platform. It has native support for JSON document models at any...

Three suppliers add ransomware capabilities to line-up

Cohesity, Nasuni, and HPE’s Zerto all revealed plans to add ransomware protection products and features to their line-ups this week. Cohesity launched an in-cloud secure storage vault called FortKnox;...

NetApp E-Series storage certified for Nvidia SuperPod

NetApp has organized its E-Series hardware with BeeGFS software to be certified with Nvidia’s SuperPod AI powerhouse. The all-flash EF600/BeeGFS combo has been certified for use with the...

Backblaze cloud revenues: Storage grows, but backup still nearly twice as big

Cloud backup and storage provider Backblaze reported a 27 percent revenue bounce in calendar Q1 to $19.5 million, with losses deepening to $12.5 million versus the year-ago loss of $3.7 million.
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Samsung releases camera card designed to live long and prosper

Samsung has launched a long-life PRO Endurance microSD card for surveillance cameras, dashboard cameras, doorbell cameras, and body cameras, claiming it won't...

Seagate pushes Lyve Cloud into Hammerspace

Seagate and Hammerspace are working together to have Seagate's Lyve Cloud storage-as-a-service (STaaS) and Exos CORVAULT disk box included in Hammerspace's Global...

Western Digital spins out 10-platter drives

Western Digital is sampling conventional 22TB and shingled 26TB 10-platter disk drives to cloud service providers with mass availability scheduled for the...