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Infinidat the front runner for enterprise storage innovation, says GigaOm

A GigaOm Radar chart is classifying Infinidat as the leading supplier of innovative primary storage to enterprises, with NetApp heading up the balanced innovation-platform play area.

Western Digital revenue misery continues

Western Digital has reported a drop in revenue of 36 percent annually for the second quarter of the dirve maker's FY23, surpassing its Q1 fall of 26...

Storage news roundup – January 31

Cyber security and backup storage supplier Acronis has announced a three-year partnership with London's oldest professional football club, Fulham FC. Acronis will provide Fulham with a suite...

Western Digital quietly producing dual-actuator disk drives

Western Digital is making a dual-actuator disk drive, the DC HS760, two years or more after Seagate introduced its twin-actuator MACH.2 tech with 14TB Exos 2X14 drives.
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NetApp wages ONTAP war on Dell and Pure

NetApp is presenting itself as the leading storage innovator compared to Dell and Pure Storage, with charts showing them lagging behind on 22 out of 25 innovations.

A Western Digital, Kioxia merger? There would be pain points

Comment Against reports of a nearing merger of Western Digital and Kioxia, B&F is reviewing the implications and some of the difficulties that could lie ahead in such...

Seagate reports first loss in years

HDD vendor Seagate recorded a 39 percent drop in revenues for its second fiscal 2023 quarter, chalking it up to an adverse economic environment.

Dell OneFS 9.5 is a streamer screamer

OneFS 9.5, the latest PowerScale OS version, provides a claimed 55 percent in streaming data access speed plus cyber resiliency improvements. PowerScale and the...

Iron Mountain on getting rid of storage junk

Given that customers need to dispose of old disk, tape and solid state drives, what problems might they face? We were briefed by Chris Greene, VP and...
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Toshiba exec says SSDs can never replace HDDs

A Toshiba exec has argued that hard disk drives are essential to store data in several market areas because SSDs are ill-suited to the job, costing more...