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Back to the future with persistent memory

The potential of persistent memory is to return computing to the pre-DRAM era but with vastly more powerful NVRAM servers, and external storage relegated to being a...

Formulus Black consciously uncouples from Ubuntu

Formulus Black has issued a major release of Forsa that sees the software unbundled from Ubuntu OS and adding support for Optane memory and more...

Introducing Enmotus, micro-tiering and server speed-up

Two-tier hierarchical sub-file management can accelerate slow capacity storage to fast performance storage speeds and speed up servers on the cheap. This is what...

SAP joins Intel Optane love-in

Intel and SAP have signed a multi-year deal to boost SAP S/4HANA  customer use of Optane DIMMs, more formally called Optane DC Persistent Memory. 

Firing up the synapses, the Memristor is now a proper computer

University of Michigan researchers have built a memristor computer capable of identifying Greek letters, reconstructing compressed images, and detecting cancers. Memristor definition

Your occasional storage digest, featuring AWS, hard drive sales, Red Hat and more

Start your week with some tasty storage snacks, including Amazon offering high-performance computing in its cloud, preliminary IDC disk drive ships for the second quarter, and Red...

FADU flash drives go fast, use less power

FADU Technology's NVMe SSDs go faster and use less power than competing drives thanks to hardware-accelerated controllers and a redesigned flash translation layer. Based...

Western Digital parades go-faster, get-bigger IntelliFlash arrays

Western Digital has updated the IntelliFlash storage array range with a lower-priced entry-level NVMe models and a higher-capacity SAS array. The storage giant has also added live...

Dell EMC’s Midrange.NEXT: Everything we know so far

MidRange.NEXT is Dell EMC's upcoming replacement for the SC, Unity and XIO mid-range arrays. The three array lines came into being when Dell...

Cisco, NetApp crank up FlexPod with MAX Data

Cisco and NetApp are adding MAX Data to their FlexPod reference design to make applications run faster. In a white paper published last week...