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Storage companies best known for providing memory cards for smartphones and cameras are increasingly using their scale and knowhow to come to a data center near you.
RMIT University researchers have developed new nanoscale data storage technology that mimics the human brain, and could see ultra-fast electronic memory devices reduced in size to just a few nanometres thick.
The firm launches a flash storage array that introduces a data services software suite aimed at replicating a wider range of the capabilities found in spinning disc storage arrays.
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.
Compressed memory is the only major storage feature in OS 10.9 Mavericks. Here's what it is and how well it works.
In-memory databases are hot, but tiered storage may be our cooler destination.
Violin has launched its Maestro Memory Services Software Suite and storage appliances in a bid to enter more data centers.
The U.S. company makes flash memory storage devices for cloud-minded datacenters.
The Flash memory player was upbeat about its enterprise storage business.
The cloud storage provider attracts investment from the investment arm of the U.S. flash memory giant.
When Acer debuted its $199 Chromebook it was unusual as it included a hard drive instead of flash storage. The new refreshed model still has the HDD, but doubles the memory and offers increased battery life for a higher price tag.
NAND-based flash memory as primary storage may be taking over the enterprise sector, but traditional disk drives will still be relevant in the future, according to Fusion-io CEO David Flynn and the company's chief scientist Steve Wozniak.
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.
Dell has done a lot more than simply upgrade the PowerEdge T320 to the new Xeon E5-2400 processor. Memory and storage also get a huge boost, and there's optional iDRAC 7 management and an embedded hypervisor option, making this a real SME power platform.
With its Xeon E5-2600 processors, extra memory, extra storage and enhanced management options, the PowerEdge R720 is a real powerhouse that hits the sweet spot when it comes to the 2P2U server market.
Enterprise storage company Texas Memory Systems will bundle its solid state RamSan disks with a hypervisor provided by DataCore Software.
Texas Memory Systems has brought caching technology from NEVEX Virtual Technologies into its product range with the RamSan-80 PCIe-linked flash card.The card, which is targeted at organisations that want to cache data as they move it between their storage and compute infrastructure, went on sale from Texas Memory Systems (TMS) on Tuesday.
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.
The storage specialist has acquired the California-based flash memory maker, with a view to gaining a bigger presence in the enterprise market for SSDs