Micron Q3 revs are in a good solid state

Micron has posted a 13.6 per cent uplift in revenues to $5.44bn for the third fiscal 2020 quarter ended 28 May. Net income eased 4.4 per cent...

Fujitsu OEMs NetApp flash and hybrid arrays

Update: Fujitsu questions answers added 3 July 2020. Fujitsu has switched up from reselling NetApp arrays to OEMing them. The ETERNUS AF all flash...

Kioxia demos speedy NVMe E3.S SSD

Kioxia is shipping engineering samples of a new short ruler SSD format that delivers 35 per cent better performance than the company's PCIe 4.0 SSD.

Ceph suppliers play catch-up in software-defined block storage market

Kaminario, Commvault and DataCore are the top software-defined block storage suppliers. However, open source Ceph is a follower in this market. So says GigaOm,...

Digital media kids at OpenDrives show off new fast NAS system

OpenDrives, which provides video post production NAS systems, has been in the spotlight this week after releasing new customizable enterprise products in the form of three...

This week in storage: Teradata in the cloud, WD Zoned SSDs and more

Teradata has become much more serious about working in the public clouds and Western Digital has an NVMe Express-bolstering present for its zoned QLC SSD initiative....

Dell EMC rebrands VxFlex to PowerFlex, adds async rep, DR and safe snapshots

Dell EMC has confirmed PowerFlex as the new name for its scale-out, multi-hypervisor, virtual SAN and HCI VxFlex product set, and added data safety features to the...

WD launches 24-slot dragster NVMe-oF box

Update. Read/write bandwidth and latency numbers added. 25 June 2020. WD has built a faster NVMe SSD and populated an OpenFlex NVMe-oF composable JBOF...

Let the SAN shine: Nebulon drops cloak, reveals DPU-enhanced, cloud-managed server SAN

Startup Nebulon has come out of stealth to reveal scale-out, on-premises, server SAN, block-based storage using commodity X86 servers bolstered with storage processing offload cards, along...

SmartX produces Optane DIMM DAX cached hyperconverged system

SmartX has announced what is probably the fastest hyperconverged infrastructure appliance in the world, if the speeds it has reported are verified. The Chinese...

NAND here’s your storage digest, featuring Samsung, Pavilion Data and more

We start off today’s roundup with news about Samsung facing production problems with its 128-layer 3D NAND. We also take a look at a Sony business using...

It’s harsh at the edge: Dell gives VxRail a boost with PCIe 4, K8S,...

Dell has extended its VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure systems with support for AMD EPYC processors, PCIe Gen 4.0, Kubernetes, Optane, more GPUs and ruggedised deployments, making it more...

Intel launches gen 2 Optane DIMMs

Intel has announced second generation Optane Persistent Memory DIMMs with the same capacity as gen 1 but faster IO. The company has also launched new SSDs.

DDN gives itself a new logo

DDN, the veteran high performance computing storage vendor that recently bought several enterprise storage businesses, has had a makeover. Here is its new...

Dell updates Isilon with PowerScale label, fresh hardware and other tweaks

Dell has updated its Isilon scale-out filers with new PowerScale branding and products as well as S3 object access and a DataIQ data analytics feature.

Pavilion Data: Our storage array is considerably better than yours

The legacy design of dual-controller storage arrays is unsuited for today's performance and capacity demands. So claims Pavilion Data, the NVMe-over-Fabrics array startup. All...

Your occasional storage digest with Samsung, Dell EMC, Nutanix and more

Tom’s Hardware has published a scoop-ette on an 8TB Samsung QVO 870 SSD using QLC (4bits/cell) NAND and produced in the U.2 format. The entry level...

StorONE touts Optane Flash Array

StorONE, the data storage startup, has crafted a super all-flash array by twinning Optane and QLC Flash SSDs in a 2-tier, 40TB, dual Xeon SP server chassis.