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Mayastor is fastest open source storage, Intel says. So where are the numbers?

Intel declares “OpenEBS Mayastor is the fastest open source storage for Kubernetes,” but the documentation lacks any details that could allow comparison with other Kubernetes storage products...

What do you see when you put container storage firms into the sorting triangle?

In this week's storage roundup we look at: container-attached storage; extracting, transforming and loading data into cloud data warehouses, and a fresh new take on the classic...

Comparing Nvidia A100 GPU storage vendors is a pain

Analysis. An enterprise that is in the market to buy storage systems that attach to Nvidia's DGX A100 GPU systems will most likely conduct a supplier comparison...

Seagate competes with its OEMs through StorONE

Seagate is selling its Exos AP drive arrays through StorONE, a software-defined storage startup. This takes the company into direct competition with OEMs such as Dell EMC,...

Equinix data centres offer Pure storage as a service

Pure Storage is opening a new front in the cloud edge storage market, with data centre operator Equinix offering Pure-as-a-Service to its customers. Equinix...

Your occasional storage digest with Arcserve, StorageCraft, DDN, and more

Old Arcserve and young StorageCraft - both second or third tier data protection companies - are merging. Are they huddling together for warmth or is it a...

Screaming AI: NetApp joins DDN, WekaIO and pals with Nvidia-validated setup

NetApp and Nvidia have developed an all-flash ONTAP array/ DGX A100 GPU server AI reference architecture, pumping out up to 300GB/sec and joining DDN, Pavilion Data, VAST...

HPE: No need to swap disk for SSDs in the enterprise

Some storage suppliers and analysts are saying QLC (4bits/cell) flash drives can replace disk drives for enterprise data storage. For example, Wikibon, VAST Data and StorONE. Others...
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Pure growth restarts; exceeds guidance after last quarter’s blip

Pure Storage returned to form in Q4 ended January 31, topping expectations with $502.7m revenues booked on the back of "record sales" for Pure as-a-Service, FlashBlade,...

NetApp fires on flash and cloud cylinders to drive strong Q3

NetApp revenues grew five per cent to $1.47bn in Q3, on the back of good performance in cloud and flash storage. Net income was $182m, down...