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DDN Enterprise adds AIOps twist to Tintri roadmap

DDN is organising itself into two divisions: DDN At Scale is its traditional high performance storage business; and DDN Enterprise is home to three recent acquisitions -...

Redis Labs bypasses the NoSQL storage bottleneck

The NoSQL database ocean has some 300 different databases sailing across it. Redis is a super-tanker in the key-value sector, with one million public cloud instances and...

Superman in glass: Microsoft shines light on Project Silica’s quartz slab archive

Microsoft has revealed more about its Project Silica glass-based archive at Ignite in Orlando, saying it can store the 1978 Superman movie in a three-inch square slab...

Micron debuts wicked fast 3D XPoint SSD, goes toe-toe with Intel Optane

Micron today introduced the X100 - the world's fastest SSD, it claims. Oh and it's the company's first 3D XPoint product, which makes the X100 the world's...

Q. Does Optane DIMM access have to be so complicated? A. Yes

Intel’s Optane DIMMs can be accessed in five different ways, each of which have their advantages and disadvantages. We paint a broad brush picture here of the...

Stung by Trump trade ban, China doubles down on DRAM market

China's Tsinghua Unigroup today said it is entering the DRAM business - and Foxconn looks set to follow suit, according to analysts. This is...

Everspinning IBM U.2 flash drives use MRAM write caching

IBM is using embedded Everspin MRAM to increase the capacity of its proprietary flash drives used in its Storwize and FlashSystem arrays. Everspin CEO...

StorPool, an Intel customer, runs slide rule over Optane DIMMs

Optane DIMM performance looks good for large databases and virtual machines (VMs) in memory mode and could be useful for metadata storage and write-back caching in app-direct...

Our SSD storage is for life

Optiarc, an optical archiving disk maker, has released three SSD products that ensure “storage for life a user will be able to maintain their content indefinitely.”...

Western Digital wants to be the Everything Storage Company. How does its ambition stack...

Western Digital is undertaking a huge project - to own and integrate the entire stack from silicon, glass and sand to arrays and composable systems software.