Datera bags OEM deal with Fujitsu

Datera, the high-end software-defined storage vendor, has signed an OEM deal with Fujitsu, initially covering Europe and Japan. Datera’s Data Services Platform is a...

NetApp revenue decline accelerated by pandemic

NetApp's fourth quarter ended April 24 deteriorated as the pandemic struck and exacerbated product and cloud sales weaknesses. NetApp’s final 2020 quarter revenues were...

Nutanix new customer growth and subscription push rebuffs pandemic

Nutanix latest results show it adding new customers and growing subscription revenues in the face of the Covid19 pandemic. Sister publication The Register covered...

Your occasional storage digest including Arcserve, Excelero and WekaIO

There's a lot of teamwork going on in data storage land as suppliers piggyback on each other's strengths. We see it with Arcserve and Sophos, WekaIO and...

Nutanix snuggles closer to ServiceNow

Nutanix has bolstered support for ServiceNow with the latest iteration of the Calm app automation and management tool and its Prism Pro monitoring SW. The company says...

HPE straps SimpliVity booster to CTERA file services

HPE and CTERA have strengthened their partnership so that all HPE SimpliVity HCI customers can run CTERA's file services software and “replace aging NAS systems and securely...

Pivot3 chops video surveillance HCI costs with Lenovo AMD EPYC 7002 server

Pivot3 is lowering cost per TB by running its video surveillance HCI software on a Lenovo gen 2 AMD EPYC server. Cutting to the...

Your occasional storage digest featuring Nvidia, InfiniteIO, Memverge, Nutanix and Sony’s PS5 SSD

It’s all about more and more speed and faster disaster recovery in this week’s roundup. Read on, Nvidia DGX A100 GPU server

Datera completes defensive funding round and lays off staff

Update: May 19. Two more exited execs listed. Datera is cutting staff and reducing some salaries to reduce cash burn. The storage software startup...

Scale Computing targets VDI workloads with all-NVMe HCI box

Scale Computing, the hyperconverged infrastructure supplier, has launched the HC3250D, an all-NVMe data centre system for performance-centric database, analytics and VDI work. Dave Demlow,...

HPE plunks AMD EPYC 7002 into remote worker VDI-friendly SimpliVity HCI system

HPE has recast its hyperconverged systems, adding gen 2 AMD processors to increase power, raise VDI performance and cut costs for the work-from-home era.

Nutanix EMEA staff asked to take two weeks’ unpaid leave

Hyperconverger Nutanix has now asked its staff in Europe, the Middle East and Africa to take two weeks of unpaid leave as it tries to contain costs...

Mainframe demand (again) boosts IBM storage sales

IBM has reported good storage revenue growth in the first 2020 quarter as robust demand for the System z15 mainframe carried DS8900 array sales in its wake.

Your occasional enterprise storage digest featuring CTERA, Nutanix, OpenIO, StorONE and Veritas

This week's digest covers file-sharing, flash, hyperconverged infrastructure, all-in-one storage, object storage, data protection and supplier responses to the Covid-19 pandemic. Dive straight in with Nutanix.

Lightbits Labs: server systems needlessly chew up SSD budgets

Lightbits Labs, an all-flash array startup, claims server systems need external SANs to use flash memory properly. Users may only get only get 15 to 25 per...

Your occasional enterprise storage digest, featuring Commvault, Nutanix, HYCU, MariaDB and more

Companies in this week's enterprise storage news roundup, cover encryption, replication, tiering, object support, snapshots, the public cloud and more. Let's start alphabetically. Commvault...

NetApp tops customer survey for block and file storage

NetApp is ranked the top supplier for block and file storage by end users in a survey of European and US companies. Coldago, a...

HCI shop Pivot3 makes ‘significant’ layoffs

Pivot3, the hyperconverged startup, said the covid-19 pandemic has affected business and is axing staff in a cost-cutting drive. There are no details of...