Infinidat is focused squarely on the high-end enterprise storage market. Against the likes of EMC, NetApp and IBM how can they possibly succeed? Building a better product is a great start.
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SaaS storage provider uses hardare plug-in appliance to protect client data in the cloud.
EMC said its XtremIO all-flash storage array is on a $300 million annual run rate and is landing new customers.
For EMC, the wave of products is critical given storage sales have stagnated as customers ponder their technical roadmaps.
At its Discover conference, HP outlined plans to bring more high-performance computing to the enterprise with a series of Apollo servers. HP also rolled out storage, networking, and virtualization pieces of its datacenter stack.
Kaminario releases its newest generation of K2 storage servers. This generation addresses the need to take high-performance flash storage to a new level of scalability, reliability, performance, and cost effectiveness.
The chipmaker said the new suite of services orchestrates the full stack — from physical, virtual servers, networks, storage and databases, to the middleware and the application layer.
Will emerging markets really buy routers, servers and storage systems from US enterprise tech giants now that it's obvious the NSA intercepts them en route to install spying gear?
EMC says its Elastic Cloud Storage appliance can provide better total cost of ownership relative to public cloud storage options.
Recoveriescorp was looking for a new storage solution after realising its EMC infrastructure was reaching maximum capacity, and took the chance of installing Nimble's CS200 hybrid array as a replacement.
With two high-performance memory modules onboard, this implementation of LSI's popular MegaRAID HBA uses flash to cache frequently accessed data, boosting storage performance without the upheaval or cost of switching from magnetic disk to SSD.
Fusion-io said its ioScale flash storage products will be integrated into Quanta's Rackgo X servers, which are free of vanity plates.
Their words, not ours.
Apparently there has been a trail of employees jumping ship from EMC to Pure Storage. Now there's some speculation as to why.
No, it's not just you. Apple's Mavericks is having trouble connecting to some network-attached storage and file servers. Fortunately, there are ways to fix it.
Texas Tech's ERP and virtual servers were spread across a number of physical servers and storage infrastructure. They needed to consolidate this work onto a fewer number of servers and a cost-effective storage solution. They chose a Dell Compellent solution. They explain why.
VMware extends the software-defined concept to enterprise storage, touting its Virtual SAN offering as a new way of using servers to provide storage services.
Intel execs argue that today's infrastructure for networks, servers, and storage are strained. The processor giant reasserts it can fix the problem.
Most IT resources security today are plugged into protecting networking equipment from hackers and breaches. Not a bad idea, surely? But most enterprises are now recognizing that the goods hackers want the most are in databases and storage servers.
The data storage and virtualization giant will buy Israeli storage startup ScaleIO. Rumors spun that EMC churned out $200 million for the firm, but the terms of the deal were not disclosed.
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