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iPhone 13 to get terabyte of storage, putting video cameras on notice

Apple’s iPhone 13, expected to be launched at the company’s California Streaming event on September 14, might have up to a terabyte of storage.

Flipping cells: 3D monolithic DRAM density increase strategy

DRAM is expensive, and servers have limited capacity through their socket architectures, but we need more DRAM as processors get more deeply involved in working on larger...

Fidelma Russo leaves VMware GM role

Fidelma Russo, VMware’s SVP and General Manager of its Cloud Services Business Unit, abruptly resigned from the company on 5th September, with some indications that she had...

Western Digital: MAMR Mia, here we go again

It used to be thought that WD was betting big on a MAMR technology change — a big bang, as it were — like the change from...

Cloud-native NetApp ONTAP available in AWS

NetApp and AWS have a strategic deal which has put the ONTAP file system natively into AWS as a managed service with FSx for ONTAP.

Nutanix’s results better than expected, as it waits for low-cost renewals to bring profitability...

Hyper-converged and platform SW vendor Nutanix announced beat-and-raise revenues and subscription growth in its fourth fiscal 2021 quarter and made a thumping loss — equivalent to 92...

Quobyte: AI supports sustainable logging – saving owls’ trees from the axe

Case Study. Northern Spotted Owls, a federally protected species, live in the Oregon forests — forests impacted by human activity such as loggers wanting to cut down...

NAND industry consolidation leading to a trifecta

The attempt by Western Digital to merge with/take over its flash fab joint venture partner Kioxia has led many storage buffs to think about NAND industry consolidation,...

WD improves disk capacity in a flash; MAMR delayed

Western Digital has added a metadata-storing thumbnail-sized flash drive to the controller of a disk drive and increased its overall capacity and speed. It says a 50TB...

Western Digital does the wrong write thing — again

Comment. Western Digital has done it a second time, and treated buyers of its storage drives with … well, what? Disregard? Disdain? How would you describe the...