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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...

PCIe 5 goes live

The PCI-SIG has released PCIe 5.0, a specification that quadruples PCIe speed, with 16 lanes running at 128GB/sec. Servers using...

HPE buys Cray for $1.3bn

HPE is buying the supercomputer company Cray for $1.3bn cash. The deal is expected to be accretive to HPE non-GAAP operating profit and earnings...

Mimecast revenues carry on climbing

Mimecast recorded yet another set of rising revenues at the end of its fiscal 2019. Fourth quarter revenues for the email security and archiving...

Seagate down, Toshiba up in Q1 2019 HDD market share

Here is a snapshot of disk drive supplier market shares based on capacity for first 2019 quarter. Western Digital - 45.8 per centSeagate -...

Storage startup Datrium tipped for unicorn stardom

CB Insights, a financial research firm, has teamed up with the New York Times to publish a list of 50 startups on their way to unicorn status....

Virtuozzo Storage is “like Ceph, only faster”

If you want to have file block and object storage in one product then Ceph does just that. And so does Virtuozzo Storage - but five times...

Falconstor financials show stability may be round the corner

FalconStor, the struggling storage software supplier, is showing signs of stabilising in its latest set of results. The company is the developer of...
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E8 displaces DDN at top of genomics research team’s storage stack

Queen Mary University of London's (QMUL)'s genomics research team generated too much data for its high performance computing infrastructure to handle comfortably. And so...