From disaster to inconvenience — Zerto adds near-instant ransomware restore

Disaster recovery specialist Zerto aims to deal with the corporate data cancer of ransomware by providing automated virtual machine protection, with restoration within seconds of an attack. Version 9.0 of its software builds on its continuous data protection technology by adding improved backup and...

Contain yourselves — Nutanix and Red Hat enjoy a warm embrace

Nutanix and IBM-owned Red Hat are working together with cross-certification of products in a partnership that will strengthen their ability to compete...

Index Engines makes quiet progress to deep Dell integration

Profile. Index Engines is a low-profile and little-known company that catalogues unstructured data to create searchable indexes, and uses the indexes to...

Memory and flash prospects look great for SK Hynix

Sk Hynix’s Q2 results were very good and the company’s prospects look positive, with growing market demand and Intel’s NAND business ready...

Commvault boosts profit big time on sustained steady revenue growth

Commvault has continued its revenue growth trend with a massive rise in profits in its first FY2022 quarter. This was the company’s...

Datadobi develops faster, better migration engine

File and object data migrator Datadobi has updated the underlying software engine used by its DobiMigrate and DobiProtect products, making it faster...

Pliops XDP hits the streets to rescue X86 servers from data-handling overload

Israel-based startup Pliops has unveiled its Extreme Data Processor (XDP) storage processor product to offload server X86 CPUs and accelerate data-intensive apps...

Enterprise array maker Infinidat gains ServiceNow integration

Infinidat’s Infinibox arrays have been integrated with ServiceNow’s ITOM Visibility so they can show up and be managed within ServiceNow’s IT estate...

Learn how to thrive with modern file storage — check out Nasuni CloudBound21

PROMO 2020 was an impactful year for file storage. Almost overnight, companies were forced to rethink how they manage, access and derive...

Tsinghua Unigroup needs a saviour — a rich and generous one

The bankrupt Tsinghua Unigroup is looking for a strategic investor or group to pump in ¥500 million ($77M) to its bank account as the first step in clearing its debts.

Thoughts on a quad-actuator disk drive

Seagate CEO Dave Mosley hinted at disk drives with more than two actuators in the company’s latest results earnings call. What might that mean, and how might it be implemented?

All-you-can-eat storage buffet with Napatech, Scale/IBM, Inspur, Viking/Kalray and platefuls of other good stuff

This week’s edition of our all-you-can-eat storage buffet has main plates featuring flavoursome Napatech SmartNICs, Scale Computing getting edgy in bed with IBM, Inspur knocking off another benchmark win and Viking/Kalray developing...

Ionir exec chairman grips cloud-native company tighter, takes on CEO spot

Less than a year after emerging from stealth, Kubernetes data-moving startup Ionir has a new CEO. Ionir was created from the ashes of Reduxio and uses the latter’s Magellan...

GRAID uses SmartNIC approach to RAID Card for NVMe SSDs

Startup GRAID has designed a RAID card using a massively multi-core processor designed for AI, and says it can keep up with NVMe SSDs without sucking up host server CPU cycles.
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Coldago survey: users love cloud, cloud-native and flash arrays; secondary storage surprises

An end-user survey by research firm Coldago finds users highly positive about the public cloud, cloud-native development, and all-flash arrays, with some...

Seagate rides disk capacity boom to six-year revenue high

Seagate crossed the $3 billion quarterly revenue line for the first time in six years as demand for high-capacity disk drives spins...

SAN attack: AWS speeds up slow SSD block volume instances

Less than a year after introducing its first SSD-based performance block storage, AWS has finally caught up with modern SSD and SAN...