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Storj gives the lowdown on Web3 decentralized storage

Storj briefed B&F on its decentralized storage offering, revealing why Web3 storage decentralizers use cryptocurrency and blockchain, and how Storj makes decentralized storage fast.

Storage news roundup

The SNIA has set up a Blockchain Storage Committee  to address the needs of the technical community’s desire to engage in alliance-building and marketplace-driven activities, whereby all...

NetApp introduces Blue XP data management

NetApp is announcing the availability of Blue XP, a software control plane to manage a customer’s data estate in a hybrid on-premises and multi-cloud environment with extensibility...

Data Dynamics and the era of irreplaceability

File and object lifecycle management software suites like that supplied by Data Dynamics will become essential and virtually irreplaceable as the only way of making unceasing unstructured...

Seagate Lyve Cloud embraces Hammerspace

Seagate has integrated Hammerspace’s Global Data Environment (GDE) with its Lyve Cloud storage-as-a-service and Exos Corvault JBOD, as was foreshadowed in May.  Lyve Cloud is...

Pure Storage pumps up Portworx

Pure Storage has announced a trifecta of Portworx upgrades for containerized app developers: a data access speed bump, new object storage and faster disaster recovery, and a...

Storage news ticker – October 24

Astera Labs demonstrated how datacenter operators can improve performance and reduce TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) with its CXL, PCIe 5.0, and Ethernet Connectivity solutions at the...

Cohesity, VAST arrive in Gartner’s object MQ

Gartner’s latest Distributed Files and Object Storage Magic Quadrant lists two newcomers, "visionary" Cohesity and "challenger" VAST Data. Update: VAST Data statement added. 24...

Something’s missing from global file systems

Analysis: Rarely does a CIO say their business has a global file data access problem and they need a supercloud-type global file system to solve it. Yet, arguably,...

AWS sets up Lustre-based caching filesystem

AWS is running a Lustre-based caching filesystem to provide fast file access to cloud compute needed to process distributed file and object data sets, including ones on-premise.