Samsung outlines QLC and Z-SSD roadmap

Samsung has been slow to develop QLC (4bits/cell) SSD products, compared with Intel and Micron. But it appears to be catching up,...

Names, Faces and Storage Places

Just three moves for you in this edition of Storage People moves. Let's begin with Guy Churchward, who has...

Micron ejects Intel from flash JV. What will Intel do next?

Micron last week said it would exercise its right to buy out Intel's  share of IM Flash Technologies, a joint venture between the two...

Veeam trumpets sales records, eyes $1bn run rate

Data protector Veeam has announced its 41st consecutive quarter of double-digit growth, and is edging towards $1bn annual revenues.

Lenovo gets edgy with Scale for hyperconverged retail love-in

Lenovo has teamed up with Scale Computing to jointly sell their edge computing wares to retailers.

Caringo claims object storage speed record. Will show workings next month

Caringo is touting the industry's fastest aggregate S3 throughput performance with the latest release of its Swarm OS software.

Tech Data offers pay-for-use kit

Tech Data is taking a leaf out of the public cloud playbook with a financing program that bundles data centre hardware and...

Pure Storage goes old school with Veritas alliance

Pure Storage has struck an alliance with old school data protection vendor Veritas to protect FlashBlade and use it as a backup...

Intel vet takes the helm at Toshiba Memory Corp

There’s a new exec chairman at Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC). Step forward, Stacy Smith, who most recently worked at...

Cohesity has yen for Japanese business

Cohesity has recruited Networld, a local IT distributor, to take it into the Japanese market. The hyperconverged secondary storage vendor talks...