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Google’s Cloud Hyperdisk to bring SAN features to GCP

Google is introducing a SAN-like Cloud Hyperdisk persistent storage instance to its Cloud Platform, with separately tunable capacity and compute so compute-intensive VMs don’t have to be...

NetApp introduces Blue XP data management

NetApp is announcing the availability of Blue XP, a software control plane to manage a customer’s data estate in a hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud environment with extensibility...

Storage news ticker – October 31

Cloud storage and backup provider Backblaze has announced better than expected preliminary results for Q3 2022. Revenue is expected to be between $22.0 and $22.1 million versus...

Seagate Lyve Cloud embraces Hammerspace

Seagate has integrated Hammerspace’s Global Data Environment (GDE) with its Lyve Cloud storage-as-a-service and Exos Corvault JBOD, as was foreshadowed in May.  Lyve Cloud is...

Storage news ticker – October 24

Astera Labs demonstrated how datacenter operators can improve performance and reduce TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) with its CXL, PCIe 5.0, and Ethernet Connectivity solutions at the...

Frozen in time: Gartner Magic quadrant for primary storage

The latest Gartner MQ for Primary Storage is pretty much the same as a year ago, which was pretty much the same as the year before that,...

Azure touts elasticated SAN service

Microsoft's Azure cloud is previewing an Elastic SAN service offering high-availability iSCSI-access block storage. This storage instance is designed, Microsoft said, “for large scale...
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Nutanix rumored to be for sale

Multiple sources report that Nutanix is considering a sale to private equity or an infrastructure supplier. The Wall Street Journal reported that the software...

Infinidat ups capacity and cyber resiliency

Block array supplier Infinidat says a move to 20TB disk drives has enabled it to increase high-end system capacity by more than 70 percent and add more...

Pavilion Data – last NVMe over Fabrics flash array startup – has died

NVMe-over Fabrics storage array startup Pavilion Data has crashed. The news was released at an all-hands company meeting on October 10 as Pavilion abruptly...