Pliops XDP

Key:value SSD controller Pliops gains $100 million funding

SSD performance-boosting startup Pliops has gained $100 million funding to continue developing its XDP specialized processor card, and confirmed some layoffs in sales and marketing as the...

GRAID’s 3-4 year advantage arguably makes it acquisition bait

GRAID (GPU-RAID) reckons it has an up to four-year lead over competitors like Broadcom and may agree to an acquisition if it could help it grow to...

Gartner releases 2022 storage hype cycle

Gartner’s latest storage and data protection hype cycle is an amazingly long report and, this being Gartner, the basic idea is treated to exhaustive analysis by a...

NeuroBlade and the analytics supply chain

Optimizing the digital data supply chain for SQL query processing is what drives the NeuroBlade founders and their hyper compute for analytics technology. Co-founders CEO Elad Sity,...

ScaleFlux shows off third generation computational storage

Chinese and US computational storage developer ScaleFlux has shown its CSD 3000 at the Flash Memory Summit and launched a channel program. This is...
FMS 2022 attendees

Flash Memory Summit thematic extraction

Some three thousand people from the flash and SSD supply industry gratefully met at the Flash Memory Summit 2022 in the Santa Clara convention Centre this week...

Samsung lays a clutch of tasty flash eggs at FMS 2022

Flash market leader Samsung excelled itself at the FMS 2022 event this week, showing a near blizzard of new products: a petabyte-scale SSD, a memory-semantic SSD, a...

Solidigm client SSD fresh out of the box for longer

Solidigm has launched an updated and affordable gumstick-format client/gaming SSD with data-aware caching that preserves consistent fresh-out-of-the-box performance. Update; pricing added at end of...

Phison and Seagate unveil super high performance stats for their PCIe 4 SSD

A combined Phison-Seagate X1 SSD effort is reporting some impressive numbers that would make it the highest-performing standard 4-lane PCIe 4 we have encountered. 

Los Alamos Labs, SK hynix develop computational storage SSD

Los Alamos Labs and SK hynix will demo a computational storage SSD at the Flash Memory Summit next week with simulation analysis accelerated by three orders of...
Storage news

Storage news ticker – July 29

… Arcserve has extended its SaaS Backup offering to provide simple, secure (immutable), and scalable data protection for Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365, Google...

Crossing the streams: ONTAP to inhale Kafka data

NetApp has said its ONTAP storage software can now support streaming data ingest from Apache Kafka. A post by Arindam Banerjee, chief Data ONTAP...

Dearly beloved: NeuroBlade goes to Silicon Valley to preach hyper compute for analytics message

Israeli SQL query acceleration startup NeuroBlade has set up a US HQ in Silicon Valley from where its co-founder and CTO will evangelise hyper compute for analytics...

StorONE drops capacity-based pricing and boosts software efficiency

StorONE has introduced a per-drive pricing model and updated its Storage Engine software to deliver more IOPS from fewer drives, automatically tier from SSDs to disk drives...

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...

PowerMore: Dell gives hardware, networking and software boost to PowerStore

Dell EMC is updating its mid-range unified file and block PowerStore array with new and faster hardware and software. PowerStore was launched in 2020...

Dell releases PowerMaxOS 10 array software

Dell has delivered PowerMaxOS 10 software which is needed to run the two new PowerMax arrays, 2500 and 8500, announced in May. This is...

Nvidia thoughts on composability – tail latency limits CXL

The world of composable systems is divided between PCIe/CXL-supporting suppliers, such as Liqid, and networking suppliers such as Fungible. And then there is Nvidia, which has depended...