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Intel confirms Optane DIMM and SSD speed

Intel has revealed Optane DIMM and SSD read latency numbers. Optane DIMMs and SSDs use 3D XPoint memory, which is non-volatile, faster than NAND...

IBM enlists Nvidia for full-stack AI build-out

The 9:3 configuration refers to 9 x DGX-1 servers and 3 x Spectrum Scale NVMe all-flash appliances. IBM has introduced Spectrum AI, a...

Self-driving cars! The Quantum of some solace for ailing tape vendor

CEO Jamie Lerner is taking Quantum into vertical markets with a front and central focus on StorNext, its scale out filesystem manager. The first example is a...

Samsung parades 4TB SSD in the consumer quad

Samsung has started shipping the 860 QVO, a 4TB QLC consumer SSD.  QLC means quad-level cell flash and 4bits per cell - one more...

B&Ffled by the storage news flood? Get unbaffled here

Here is a snapshot of press and conference announcements to go with your morning's coffee, tea, smoothie or some other beverage. Cohesity goes...

NetApp blows filer benchmark to smithereens

All-flash NetApp filers have blown the SPEC SFS 2014 SW Build benchmark record to hell and gone. A 4-node system scored 2,200 and an...

Escaping the DRAM price trap: Storage Class Memory, what it is and why it...

In this article we explore Storage-Class-Memory (SCM) and explain why it is ready for enterprise IT big time in 2019.  Setting the scene

Fujitsu gets cosy with Vexata

Vexata has plugged into a big enterprise sales channel in the USA and Canada via a deal with Fujitsu to resell its bleeding edge NVMe storage arrays.

HPE stuffs Optane into 3PAR arrays to speed Oracle workloads

HPE has announced Optane caching for its 3PAR arrays and this makes them chew through Oracle database workloads faster. According to HPE, "92%...

Lightbits Labs and its quest to run NVMe over cheaper networks

Profile Lightbits Labs claims to have invented NVMe/TCP. This is a big claim but the early-stage startup has demonstrable product technology for running fast access NVMe-over-fabrics (NVMe-oF) across standard data...