Flash KumoScale hops onto OpenStack Wallaby and adds IP routing for network resiliency

Kioxia has added up-to-date OpenStack access control and open source integrations to its NVMe-oF KumoScale flash array software and increased its network access availability and bandwidth with...

Your occasional storage digest with Storj and Tesla, Komprise, OVH Cloud and more

A cloudy theme this week, with Tesla camera footage stored in a cloud and cloud service provider OVH offering a Kubernetes service. We also have Komprise enabling...

Kalray launches NVMe storage access acceleration SmartNIC

French supplier Kalray has launched a K200-LP acceleration card for accessing NVMe storage. The card uses fabless semi-conductor company Kalray’s in-house-developed VLIW (Very Long...

Disky business: DRAM array cacher Infinidat adds faster solid state array to extend Infinibox...

High-end array supplier Infinidat has announced its first all flash array as a higher-performance  extension to its existing disk-based Infinibox line, using the same DRAM-cached architecture and...

Happy days: IDC sings good storage forecast news song

It’s a good market to be in. IDC has increased its disk drive and SSD revenue and capacity forecasts for the 2020–2025 period, citing increased demand pretty...

Western Digital goes to the edge — with servers and SSD storage

Disk drive and SSD maker Western Digital is entering the server business with two specialised transportable systems for edge deployments. It’s made embedded server...

Your occasional storage digest with DNA storage, a new IDC Tracker and more

New things are the theme of this week’s roundup, with DNA storage prospects explained in a white paper, and IDC setting up a software-defined infrastructure tracking report....

Analyst IDC: Is that a blip? Nope, it’s some actual external storage growth after...

IDC’s beancounters reported a small 1.7 per cent rise in enterprise external OEM storage systems revenues in 2021’s first quarter, to $6.7bn from $6.57bn the year before....

StorONE’s SSD supply crisis survival guide

StorONE has announced there is a current and growing SSD supply crisis, caused by the pandemic and cryptocurrency mining and farming. It has a user survival strategy:...

NetApp goes all-in on hybrid cloud

NetApp appears to making hybrid cloud a core focus, having recently made a slew of product announcements including core storage products, Flexpod converged infrastructure,...

Your occasional storage digest with TrendForce, NVM Express and Datto

Enterprise SSD prices are rising, the NVMe spec extends to SSD zones, key-value stores and disk drives, and Datto has pushed out software-only data protection security to...

Micron slings out super-speed gumstick SSDs

Micron has announced new and fast gumstick card SSDs using its newest 176-layer 3D NAND and NVMe across the PCIe Gen 4 bus, plus faster automobile NAND...

‘Cloud world software’ firm NetApp reports Q4 growth, gains storage market share against Dell,...

NetApp’s latest results were higher than expected, “capping off a solid year of growth” in CEO George Kurian’s view, as NetApp gained storage market share against flat...

Into the zone: Samsung launches its first zoned SSD at enterprises, hyperscalers

Samsung has announced its first zoned namespace SSD, the PM1731a, claiming up to four times greater endurance but supplying no performance information at all.

Dell eyes up HCI rivals, adds compute, disaggregated storage, tools to VxRail hyperconverged systems

Dell Technologies has given its VxRail hyperconverged (HCI) systems faster processors to beef up compute performance. It has also added compute-only nodes and enhanced storage capacity...

HPE lifts earnings outlook: Storage finally returns to growth as overall revenues lift

HPE has reported earnings showing a Y/Y increase in overall revenues, as the edge, compute, HPC and storage segments all reported business increases. For the storage segment,...

Your occasional storage digest with TrendForce NAND figures and more than 25 other announcements

At opposite ends of the storage speed spectrum, IBM is withdrawing LT06 tape products and Phison has a fast PCIe Gen 4 SSD controller. Meanwhile, NAND revenues...

A revenue tale of four storage cities: Pure, Nutanix, Dell and Snowflake

Four storage suppliers reported quarterly results, providing a return-to-growth or decline-stopping snapshot across the industry. They were all-flash array supplier Pure Storage, hyperconverged systems vendor Nutanix, broad-based...