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Big Blue plans to launch a series of applications designed to take advantage of the building software defined storage movement.
Latest figures from analyst IDC paint a picture of continued falling demand for high-end storage in the second quarter, which is now also affecting the mid-range.
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.
IBM goes full speed ahead in Gartner's Magic Quadrant report for Enterprise Backup Software and Integrated Appliances.
Pure has organically grown a global IP portfolio of close to 150 patents and pending applications. The IBM deal brings Pure's patent total to 300.
STOR2RRD generates historical utilization graphs of monitored storages. It retrieves performance data via the storage API. It collects...
IBM pushes down its storage costs closer to its infrastructure-as-a-service rivals and offers a direct network connection to its cloud services.
IBM's advance means a standard tape cartridge could store 154 terabytes of uncompressed data.
The Quick Reference for IBM System Storage mobile application lets you easily access the latest IBM System Storage information while...
Elastic Storage is based on the technology that enabled Watson to plow through information for the right answers in Jeopardy.
Consumer NAND flash technology has serious problems in enterprise applications, leading the industry to look for better non-volatile semiconductor storage. Researchers at IBM have been characterizing just such a new drive from Micron.
Even if a product is technically superior, it is hard to get IT decision makers thinking about the right things.
IBM is making major strides in data storage and having a little fun.
With the move, Big Blue is the latest on the bandwagon to aggressively push Flash into the data centers. IBM's Flash push is notable because the company has the heft to make solid-state disks an enterprise staple.
IBM is offering new storage servers that combines RAID data security and speed with a new take on file systems and architecture to deliver even faster and more reliable data performance.
Big Blue updated its Power server line, launched a new high end storage system and gave its latest mainframe a software update.
The new acquisition will add data analysis and migration tools to IBM's burgeoning storage portfolio. The terms of the deal have not been announced.
IBM's motives are relatively obvious. The company plans to push more solid state storage into data centers. TMS provides the technology and IBM has the sales channel.
In IBM's fact sheet on the overhaul, the company made it clear that it was going after EMC, NetApp and HP.
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
Dell is sticking to the big bet it is making on developing its own software and storage technologies, despite a tough year for earnings in which the company showed flat growth
Quite a number of storage suppliers have started offering storage systems that are based upon solid state devices, such as Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM) or flash memory when non-volatile storage is a requirement.IBM's recent IBM XIV Storage System announcement caused me to stroll down memory lane and think about issues IT has with storage and why suppliers are flogging solid state storage now.
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