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Toshiba Memory and Western Digital open new facilities in Japan
The two companies hope to cultivate the 3D flash memory business with the new research and manufacturing facilities.
Interview: Hitachi Vantara discusses the big questions on everyone’s data-obsessed minds
"The big conversation businesses around the world are having today is focused on data and what we are all trying to do with the data.”
Cisco's mission to redefine storage starts with new 32Gbps storage switch
“Cisco now provides unmatched storage networking telemetry and performance options while also preserving customer technology investments."
IT's need for speed: Is your cloud fast enough?
Investing in flash as the new standard for storage can significantly raise the cloud’s speed.
Seagate ramps up nytro flash storage portfolio with two new releases
“Large-capacity SSDs are in high demand in hyperscale computing, a market that is growing faster than any other sector."
How history will retell the flash storage story, and how we will look back at this transition
Make no mistake about it – the magnetic hard disk is being replaced by flash. Prepare for the future with this in-depth look into the flash story.
SanDisk looks to transform data centres with flash-integrated solutions
SanDisk has launched a new collaborative platform for SanDisk and data centre partners to work together on delivering flash based storage solutions.
Pure Storage channel gains momentum
"It is a privilege to work with our partners during such a transformational time in storage and we would not be where we are today without them."
Flash storage: The game changer
As the enterprise transitions from disk to flash, the focus shifts from optimising for performance to optimising for capacity.
Companies eye flash storage, wary current storage won't cut it
Almost half of Australian businesses in a recent survey are doubtful their current storage environments sustain business needs over the next 10 years.
Nimble Storage upgrades platform for enterprise
“The new innovations provide organisations with the ability to consolidate and support all workloads across their environment on a single platform."
Symantec: Leaked Flash zero-day likely to be exploited by attackers
"It can be expected that groups of attackers will rush to incorporate it into exploit kits before a patch is published by Adobe.”
Gartner: IBM leading the way in all-flash storage
IBM tops all-flash storage array vendors in 2014, shipping more petabytes and units for SSA than any of its competitors, according to Gartner report.
Nimble plans for aggressive Kiwi growth
Nimble Storage is eyeing up New Zealand for substantial growth in the year ahead as the storage market changes.
Violin Memory's new country manager to lead ANZ expansion
Violin Memory, the flash storage provider, has a new country manager for Australia and New Zealand to aid expansion in this market.
Trend Micro urges partner action
Trend Micro is urging resellers to take a proactive role in advising customers of a zero-day vulnerability under attack affecting Adobe Flash Player.
Who is Pure Storage and what makes them unique?
Pure Storage is part of a new breed of enterprise storage vendors. It is focused on innovation and specialise in flash storage systems for enterprise organisations.
Flash... a-ah saviour of the Enterprise
Flash-based storage continues to move from being an expensive niche technology targeted at a few workloads to a more mainstream technology.
You, your mobile life… and the disruptive technology behind it all
This story isn’t about someone like you, it’s about you. Your unique habits, preferences and expectations.
Flash mobs: is Flash the answer to the storage “blame matrix”?
The greatest innovation in the storage space over the past few years is in Flash, says Matt Swinbourne, systems engineering manager, NetApp.
Nextgen Distribution secures NZ-only Nimble Storage distie deal
Nextgen Distribution is set to announce a new distribution deal with one of the industry’s "next big storage vendor" this week.
Will your business survive the upcoming IT apocalypse...?
What killed the dinosaurs? What killed the Roman Empire?
EMC looking more flashy by the day
Flash continues to dominate the hardware announcements of storage vendors, with EMC today announcing a range of products under its Xtrem family.
RIP high-speed disk
It’s a brave man who strolls up and announces the death of something which has remained fundamental to computing since the 1950s, but that didn’t scare NetApp’s Matt Swinbourne.