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WD Gold 16TB and 18TB hard drives hit the streets

Western Digital has officially taken the wraps off 16TB and 18TB Gold enterprise-class hard drives. The company is also making Ultrastar 16TB and 18TB versions more...

Pure pushes past IBM for top three place in all-flash array market

Pure Storage has overtaken IBM for the third slot in Gartner's revenue league table for the first quarter. Dell EMC and NetApp maintain first and second places...

Digital media kids at OpenDrives show off new fast NAS system

OpenDrives, which provides video post production NAS systems, has been in the spotlight this week after releasing new customizable enterprise products in the form of three...

This week in storage: Teradata in the cloud, WD Zoned SSDs and more

Teradata has become much more serious about working in the public clouds and Western Digital has an NVMe Express-bolstering present for its zoned QLC SSD initiative....

WD 16/18TB disk drive details leak. Plus: Firm slaps Red rebrand-aid on shingle wound

Western Digital has responded to its shingled Red NAS drive issue by adding a Red Plus product variant, and the company's coming 14TB and 16TB Gold disk...

Your occasional storage digest with Samsung, Dell EMC, Nutanix and more

Tom’s Hardware has published a scoop-ette on an 8TB Samsung QVO 870 SSD using QLC (4bits/cell) NAND and produced in the U.2 format. The entry level...

Infinidat closes mystery funding round

Infinidat, the high-end storage array maker, has completed a D-round of funding with existing investors, but it is not saying how much it raised. Prior to this...

Huawei, Pure and IBM enterprise storage sales up; Dell, Hitachi, HPE and NetApp are...

The Covid-19 pandemic sent enterprise storage revenues down in 2020’s first quarter but Huawei, Pure Storage and IBM went against trend and grew revenues.

Huawei plans 20TB SMR drive for OceanStor Pacific storage array

Huawei is planning to use 20TB SMR drives in its OceanStor Pacific, a mass data storage "array for the 5G era". Launched last month,...

Will NVMe become the universal block storage access protocol?

Facebook’s virtual OCP summit earlier this month hosted two provocative presentations that suggested NVMe could become a universal block access protocol. How realistic is this prospect?