TidalScale

TidalScale and inverted server virtualization

Nine-year-old startup TidalScale has developed a distributed hyperkernel which combines different nodes in a cluster of physical servers into a software-defined server. It enables inverse virtualization, combining...

Fungible testing computational storage on DPUs

Fungible, a developer of Data Processing Unit (DPU) chips for offloading east-west networking operations including storage array access from server X86 CPUs, is testing computational storage applications...

CXL memory pools: Just how big can they be?

CXL 2.0 will enable memory pooling, which sounds great, but a bit vague. How big can the memory pools be? There is no firm answer yet, but...

Storage news ticker – June 23

… Data protection and security business Acronis has sponsored another sporting team: Scotland's Hibernian FC. Acronis will become become Hibernian FC's Principal Cyber Protection...

DiRAC’s Liqid pours GPUs into servers for cosmological research simulation runs

Durham University’s DiRAC supercomputer is getting composable GPU resources to model the evolution of the universe, courtesy of Liqid and its Matrix composability software.

Storage news ticker – June 7

DPU and composable infrastructure supplier Fungible has announced Fungible Storage Cluster (FSC) 4.1, providing support for vSphere environments requiring high performance. Its all-flash array based on NVMe/TCP...

Storage news ticker – June 6

Arcserve announced the expansion of its OneXafe family of immutable data storage products with the OneXafe 4500 Series. Its capacity can be up to 216TB. It needs...

Storage news ticker – May 31

HPC storage supplier Panasas has announced a new global strategy with added benefits and incentives to grow sales reach through channel and alliance partners. New features include...

Storage news ticker – May 12

Cloudflare has announced D1, the first cloud storage database for the Workers serverless platform, pitched as enabling developers to build fast, database-backed applications with just a few clicks. It...

Storage news ticker – May the 4th be with you

… Seagate celebrates Star Wars Day with the introduction of three collectible disk drives inspired by Boba Fett, Grogu, and The Mandalorian. Seagate's marketeers have gone...

Storage news ticker – April 20

… An updated all-flash array history chart includes newer entrants like VAST Data and StoreOne, older ones like Fusion-io, Violin and Vexata, and more...

Storage news ticker – 12 April

…. In-cloud Saas data protector Clumio announced news of its Clumio Protect for Amazon DynamoDB, with granular recovery, improved audit readiness and reduced TCO...

It’s graphic – Fungible composes GPU-as-a-service offering

Fungible has announced GPU-Connect with its DPU dynamically composing GPU resources across an Ethernet network, enabling cloud and managed service providers to offer GPUs-as-a-service.
Storage news

Storage news ticker – March 30

Data storage management software biz Open-E has certified Kioxia’s FL6 NVMe SSD series with its flagship ZFS-based Open-E JovianDSS data storage software. A solution document has details.
Liqid

Liqid composes MemVerge DRAM and Optane memory pools

Composable systems supplier Liqid has added MemVerge’s BigMemory technology to its disaggregated resources list, enabling it to compose memory plus storage-class memory, like Optane, into its servers.
Storage

Storage news ticker – March 23

Storage powerhouse DDN is working on a reference architecture with Nvidia to have its A3I A1400X2 EXAScaler array, announced last November, integrated with Nvidia's DGX A100 GPU...
Liqid

Liqid pours GPUs, NVMe storage into ThinkTank

Liqid has announced general availability of its ThinkTank composable disaggregated infrastructure platform, which it says will restore the balance between expensive storage and even more expensive GPUs.
Storage

Storage news ticker – 11 March

… DCIG president and founder Jerome Wendt has blogged about the Five Challenges of Managing Air-gapped Technologies Using Backup Software. We’ve not seen this...