DDN adds Nexenta file services to Tintri arrays

DDN is giving Tintri file array users access to file services through a Nexenta virtual storage appliance. The company bought Tintri in 2018...

SK hynix supercharges memory bandwidth

SK hynix has developed the world’s fastest high bandwidth memory, intended for applications such as supercomputing, machine learning, 5G systems and for other latency-sensitive processing,

Nvidia GPUs gain direct access to NVMe storage

Nvidia has crafted a direct link between its GPUs and NVMe-connected storage to speed data transfer and processing. Until now a GPU was fed...

Excelero adds scale-up NVEdge to scale-out NVMESH

Excelero, the NVMe-over-Fabrics flash array software startup, has announced a scale-up NVEdge product to complement its scale-out NVMESH offering. NVMe-over-Fabrics (NVMe-oF) extends the PCIe/NVMe...

NetApp warns of big revenue miss as US-China woes bite

NetApp expects a big revenue miss in the first 2020 quarter due to large global accounts spending less in response to the US-China trade dispute and other...

StorCentric CEO: ‘My mission is to build the next world-class storage company’

Newcomer StorCentric has acquired four storage companies and aspires to become a world-class storage company. What's the score? The company emerged in August last...

Here’s a way to optimise your SSDs for different workloads

Flash storage software startup Burlywood has introduced an analysis service for SSDs that profiles their production workload in order to tune operations. Customer workloads...

Introducing Enmotus, micro-tiering and server speed-up

Two-tier hierarchical sub-file management can accelerate slow capacity storage to fast performance storage speeds and speed up servers on the cheap. This is what...

Your occasional storage digest, featuring Druva, Microsoft, Veeam and StorONE

Take a jolly dash along the River Storage and visit Druva for a backup history lesson, Microsoft with ideas on formal data sharing, StorONE with Dell...

Western Digital parades go-faster, get-bigger IntelliFlash arrays

Western Digital has updated the IntelliFlash storage array range with a lower-priced entry-level NVMe models and a higher-capacity SAS array. The storage giant has also added live...

Big US business thinks object storage is big business

More US enterprises intend to buy object storage than unified file/block, SAN and NAS. Almost half are increasing cloud storage and a quarter are bulking upon-premises storage...

IBM puts on its Red Hat and bags some more storage software

IBM closed its massive $34bn Red Hat acquisition yesterday. The Red Hat portfolio includes five open source storage software products. Let's take a closer look.

Dell EMC’s Midrange.NEXT: Everything we know so far

MidRange.NEXT is Dell EMC's upcoming replacement for the SC, Unity and XIO mid-range arrays. The three array lines came into being when Dell...

Cisco, NetApp crank up FlexPod with MAX Data

Cisco and NetApp are adding MAX Data to their FlexPod reference design to make applications run faster. In a white paper published last week...

StorCentric scoops up ailing startup Vexata

Enterprise NVMe array startup Vexata has been bought by StorCentric, a private-equity-owned company which yesterday acquired the Retrospect backup software company. Vexata was founded...

StorONE’s Seagate SSD demo is fast for a virtual appliance

Startup StorONE claims record performance from its TRU S1 storage software running in a virtual appliance with 24 Seagate SSDs. Is software ran...

HPE’s Primera is Meaty Beaty Big and Bouncy

HPE's newly-launched Primera array is a performance beast - and that’s before it gets NVMe over Fabrics and storage class memory. HPE staffers told...

HPE trickles out more Primera hardware specs

HPE has opened the door on Primera's hardware configuration - a little. Field CTO Nick Triantos says in a LinkedIn article that Primera is...