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EMC has acquired XtremIO, the Israeli flash storage architecture firm. The goal: speed, performance and flexibility in the datacenter.
The Nytro family of PCIe-linked flash products aims to boost performance of latency-dependent applications across large and small enterprises, and is likely to show up in storage from IBM, EMC and other major providers
The company has raised revenue by 35 percent from last year, aided by strong performance in Europe, China, Japan and consumer spending
Data centers are being reinvented via virtualization, servers with better performance per watt and the increasingly popularity of cloud computing. Key vendors such as Cisco, EMC, HP, IBM, VMware and others are all pushing to make the data center more efficient. Who will be the leader in next-gen data centers?
Last week, storage gorilla EMC launched an automatic storage tiering system that it reckons will move data to the most appropriate storage medium based on criteria including cost and performance, a launch the company first trailed in May 2009. But even though it's late compared to the competition, will that matter to EMC shops?
Storage giant EMC has upgraded its Celerra File Server, a device that enables fast access to files and data stored over computer networks, with larger capacity and other improvements, the company said Thursday. The Celerra Data Mover 510 product lets 14 file servers be ganged together, providing a total of 52 terabytes of storage space that collectively can handle 224 direct network connections. In addition, Celerra supports several high-end software features at EMC, including replication of file systems in case of emergency and protection against network failure. The product also natively supports Windows 2000, has a software to ease configuration, and can have its data backed up without a performance drop. --Stephan Shankland, Special to ZDNet News
Sun Microsystems Inc. and EMC Corp. are being punished for the bad performance of their peers.