HP rolled out all-flash systems starting at $19,479 as it aims to push more solid-state storage in the enterprise.
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Fusion-io's financials are increasingly hit or miss and the company has cut its outlook as it revises its strategy. Will much larger rivals pounce?
NetApp has actively targeted hybrid cloud enterprises and has worked to integrate various environments as well as push solid state storage in data centers.
Robin Harris has joined ZDNet to man our new storage blog Storage Bits. Harris, a veteran storage industry insider who recently fended off a pricing trade secret flap from EMC, operates StorageMojo and will be contributing to ZDNet regularly.
Network Appliance (NTAP) reported strong fiscal 2007 results, but cut its first quarter outlook due to a technology slowdown in March. Network Appliance, which sells storage gear, called March an "air pocket" and said business rebounded in April.
The Flash memory player was upbeat about its enterprise storage business.
Fusion-io swaps leaders as Shane Robison, an HP veteran, takes over. The move could bolster Fusion-io's enterprise standing but there's a bit of FUD ahead from rivals.
Google is known as a search titan, but its real business is running data centers. On Wednesday, Google handed out a few key tips as it touted its data center efficiency and sustainability efforts.
Green IT is one of the hottest trends in the technology industry. The idea is to provide computing services in an environmentally conscious way.
One of the more busy areas of the expo floor at the Gartner Symposium ITxpo this week was a walkthrough of HP's "Performance-Optimized Data Center."These portable data centers, also known as PODs, went on sale a little less than a month ago, according to HP representatives.