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Intel leak appears to show last Optane PMem

Details of the "last Optane Persistent Memory" have been shared by Twitter poster HXL who revealed what they claim (and what looks very much like) an Intel...

Storage news ticker – November 18

Infrastructure connectivity outfit ATTO Technology has joined Open-E, and Western Digital in introducing a high-capacity, high-availability HDD storage system based on Open-E JovianDSS Data Storage Software, an...
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Storage news ticker – November 14

ATTO Technology and Nyriad have teamed to integrate ATTO FastFrame 3 SmartNICs and ThunderLink Thunderbolt adapters with the Nyriad UltraIO storage system, powered by a GPU-CPU combination. The...

Storage News ticker – 11 November

AMD has released its Genoa 4th generation EPYC 9004 series CPUs with 96 cores and support for PCIe 5.0. and CXL 1.1 memory expansion....

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...

Gartner releases 2022 storage hype cycle

Gartner’s latest storage and data protection hype cycle is an amazingly long report and, this being Gartner, the basic idea is treated to exhaustive analysis by a...

Interview: Micron likes 3D DRAM and 3D NAND – and loves CXL

How does Micron view the world of CXL (Computer eXpress Link)? Blocks & Files had the opportunity to talk about this with Ryan Baxter, a Micron senior...

Kioxia updates XL-FLASH storage-class memory with MLC tier

Kioxia exhibited second-generation storage class memory flash at the FMS 2022 event in Santa Clara, with a lower cost per GB than gen 1.

Intel at 3D exit point: Alas poor Optane, I knew it well

After dismal client PC and unexpectedly low server CPU sales Intel boss Pat Gelsinger has fulfilled his infamous “I never want to be in memory” statement and...

Nvidia thoughts on composability – tail latency limits CXL

The world of composable systems is divided between PCIe/CXL-supporting suppliers, such as Liqid, and networking suppliers such as Fungible. And then there is Nvidia, which has depended...