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Pure Storage is glad to be as-a-service for you

Pure Storage has updated Pure-as-a-Service with service catalogs, transparent pricing, a cheaper entry price for block storage and a subscription version of the FlashStack reference architecture.

Pavilion Data: Our unified storage array is the fastest in the universe

Pavilion Data, the high-end array vendor, has released a speedy parallel file system that brings it into direct competition with major HPC storage players for the first...

New broom at Hitachi Vantara sweeps away two top execs

Two senior Hitachi Vantara execs have left the company without fanfare, signalling a shakeup by new CEO Gajen Kandiah. A Hitachi Vantara spokesperson confirmed...

Infinidat hires chief product officer. Organogram looks sketchy

Infinidat has appointed a head of product who reports direct to the executive chairman. What does it mean for Kariel Sandler, co-CEO who runs R&D and Operations?...

StorCentric scoops up Violin Systems

StorCentric bought the all-flash array pioneer Violin Systems for an undisclosed sum, its fifth acquisition in two years Todd Oseth, Violin Systems President and...

IBM pitches FlashSystem against ‘limited’ Dell EMC PowerStore

IBM Storage has updated the FlashSystem all-flash array hardware and software and is dissing Dell EMC’s "limited" PowerStore array. The company has...

Nebulon: Here’s why we are better (and cheaper) than SANs and HCI

Analysis. Nebulon, a storage startup that came out of stealth in June, aims to compete with SAN arrays and HCI. It has built a product that fits...

Infinidat sued by employees for ‘secretly’ diluting shares

Infinidat, the high-end Israeli storage startup, is being sued by 29 current and former employees for wrongfully diluting their shares in the company. The...

Israel time change knocks out local NetApp storage

A switchover to winter time in Israel was followed by failures in NetApp storage arrays which in turn caused server failures. Computers in the...

NetApp’s flash upgrade for its AFF and FAS arrays

NetApp has bumped up performance for FAS and AFF arrays at the entry level, with end-to-end NVMe flash drive support, to "leave rivals in the dust".