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NetApp bucks trend for all-flash array revenues

All-flash array supplier revenues turned down in the first 2022 quarter, except for NetApp, whose share has grown for six straight quarters. Such is...

Storage news ticker – June 23

… Data protection and security business Acronis has sponsored another sporting team: Scotland's Hibernian FC. Acronis will become become Hibernian FC's Principal Cyber Protection...

Jupiter supercomputer’s storage innards

Jupiter, Europe’s first exascale supercomputer, looks like it could be using NVMe SSDs, disk, IBM's Spectrum Scale parallel file system, TSM backup, and LTO tape for its...
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Storage news ticker – June 21

Spectra Logic has updated its Vail data management software, delivering access and placement of data across multi-site and multi-cloud storage:  A fully qualified on-premises...

Pure well-placed for hyperscale growth

Pure Storage has a potential humungous hyperscale opportunity in front of it, with a startling 600PB footprint possibility at Meta, plus more at Azure using Equinix colo-resident...

Boffins design NAND and persistent memory in single SSD reference architecture

Academic researchers have designed a reference architecture SSD, with both NAND and persistent memory inside, for use in database logging and replication. Such logging...

WEKA v4.0 filesystem goes multicloud

WEKA has ported its filesystem code, which runs natively in AWS, to the Azure, Google, and Oracle clouds with a v4.0 release adding filesystem-wide data reduction, tiering...
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Storage news ticker – June 15

Backup provider Backblaze is partnering with US public sector supplier Carahsoft Technology Corp to sell its cloud storage to US state and local government, federal, healthcare, and...
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Storage news ticker – June 13

Data cyber security and backup supplier Acronis has launched a Data Loss Prevention (DLP) pack for Acronis Cyber Protect Cloud available in an Early Access Program. Acronis...

DiRAC’s Liqid pours GPUs into servers for cosmological research simulation runs

Durham University’s DiRAC supercomputer is getting composable GPU resources to model the evolution of the universe, courtesy of Liqid and its Matrix composability software.