Kioxia adds sophisticated admin tools and wider support to KumoScale

Kioxia has made its KumoScale box-of-flash admin easier and supports the latest version of OpenStack in its latest software release as it plans to build out its...

Infinidat: we’re boosting our channel, even as others retreat

Infinidat, the memory-cached high-end array shipper, says it has been — and is — building up its channel partners and program while competitors are reducing their channel...

Street-beater NetApp’s fifth growth quarter in a row

NetApp had a knock-out second fiscal 2022 quarter, selling more flash arrays and object storage, and with a good pipeline for further sales. Its public cloud business...

Sapphire Rapids, extra performance and IO heft, and a SKU nightmare

Intel revealed more Sapphire Rapids memory information at Supercomputing ’21 with capacity, bandwidth and tiering data. Datacentre servers will become much faster and capable of running more...

Storage news ticker – November 26

… An Arcserve announcement appears to have had an embargo breakdown or similar event, as SecurityBrief Asia has put out a story — “Arcserve...

NexuStorage says blocks and files can come from object storage

NexuStorage’s Nexfs software serves block and file data from an object-backing store using sub-file chunking to reduce data movement and help data tiering, and claims great tier-one...

Short and sweet – DDN opens up about rulers, subscriptions and SCM

DDN is looking favourably at supporting ruler-format flash drives and a subscription business model, but doesn’t think storage-class memory is needed quite yet. These...

Dell has record quarter, but flattish storage lets the side down

Dell’s quarterly revenues rose 21 per cent year-on-year to a record $28.4 billion, but storage revenues were anaemic with a mere 0.9 per cent rise to $3.89...

Pure’s great revenue rebound – profits beckoning

Pure has grown third quarter revenues a whopping 37 per cent year-on-year, surging back after last year’s third quarter 4 per cent revenue fall. That was its...

Storage news ticker – November 18

… Acronis announced that 2021 was the best year in its history. Ronan McCurtin, VP sales Europe, Israel and Turkey, said: “This has been...

DDN turbo-charges SFA arrays with massive bandwidth expansion

DDN has accelerated its SFA200 and SFA400 NVX arrays by up to 156 per cent by adding more and faster PCIe lanes and upgrading the controllers to...

StorONE jumps on ransomware protection train with fast-recovering backup system

Storage startup StorONE has developed a fast-recovering, ransomware-protecting, flash-to-disk auto-tiering version of its software called S1:Backup. S1:Backup is a backup target for Commvault, HYCU,...

Fungible ups its hero DPU storage bandwidth stats by half – now claims...

Fungible has increased its NVMe/TCP storage-to-server bandwidth from 6.55 million to 10 million IOPS by replacing Mellanox NICS with its own Storage Initiator cards, and claimed a...

Irony central: disaggregated infrastructure supplier Liqid tries aggregating switches

Composable disaggregated systems supplier Liqid is making life easier for customers by integrating a PCIe fabric switch inside its new EX-4400 expansion chassis so customers don’t need...

Storage news ticker – November 16

…  Backblaze raised $100 million from its November 11 IPO in which it aimed to sell 6.2 million shares in a range set at...

Light my fire: Kioxia accelerates matchbook-size SSD with PCIe 4

Kioxia has boosted the performance of its M.2 2230 matchbook-size SSD by adding a PCIe 4 x 4 interface.

Impossible becomes possible: MemVerge supporting distributed HPC app checkpointing

Memory virtualizer MemVerge is supporting the checkpointing of distributed, multi-threaded high-performance computing jobs by allying with the DMTCP Project. Checkpointing is the saving of...

Nyriad gets new funding dollars for CPU+GPU storage array

GPU-influenced storage controller startup Nyriad has pulled in $28 million in new funding from existing investors. Nyriad’s startup idea was to have a combined...