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September 29, 2013 by

Datacentres of the 21st century

Around the world, datacentres are transforming in response to energy- and cost-reduction imperatives, as well as new business demands for greater agility, flexibility, and speed to market.

August 18, 2011 by

Is it time for ATA-over-Ethernet?

When it comes to pushing storage packets around the datacentre, there's one protocol that's king: Fibre Channel (FC -- and they even spell it properly). But everyone is predicting that FC will eventually wither away, for a number of reasons.

June 10, 2011 by

Fusion-io shares soar in IPO

Fusion-io, maker of PCIe-attached Flash memory devices, saw its shares grow 34 percent in value upon its debut on the stock market.The Salt Lake City-based company, which counts Facebook, HP and IBM among its largest customers, saw its shares climb from their IPO price of $19 (£11.

February 4, 2010 by

Live Life to the V-Max

It was early 2009 when I first received word of EMC’s new Enterprise Storage, which at that time was being coined ‘The Tigron’. Rumours were abound that EMC were now going down the same route as the HDS USPV and taking the virtualisation through the array route.

March 16, 2009 by

Cisco launches blades in datacentre push

Cisco has launched 'Unified Computing', a next-generation datacentre effort that encompasses virtualisation, a group of major technology partners and the networking company's first foray into making server hardware.

February 23, 2009 by

EMC offers storage de-dupe and flash

On Monday the leader in the data storage market, EMC launched four new arrays that will include de-duplication features and flash storage.Three of the Celerra arrays are straightforward storage devices and the fourth is a network gateway for clustering storage systems, All are blade arrays offering support for from one to eight blades on he high-end models.


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