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Box remains in "growth" mode, which in financial code means it hasn't yet hit black ink.
With Tegile’s IntelliFlash products focused on fast data transfer and WD’s ActiveScale products aimed at big data workloads, WD believes it will be in a position to address in more complete fashion new, diverse sets of data center needs.
Cloud service provides real-time monitoring of all data and alerts data stewards and compliance officers when data in use may be at risk. New GDPR regulations come into play next year.
Thanks to built-in Swarm artificial intelligence, Vicinity 3.0 can automatically select the lowest-cost storage while ensuring that each application’s requirements are met and maintained.
Cisco and Springpath will have a ways to go before they’re major players in the HCI market, but it’s growing fast at 110 percent year over year, according to researcher IDC, so there's room for more competitors.
The joint venture partners continue to battle in court as Toshiba pushes to unilaterally invest in a memory fabrication facility separately from its partnership with Western Digital.
With data storage volumes growing at exponential rates, some enterprises are taking another look at object database technology as a way to manage all that stored information in the big data era.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite all the talk surrounding Storage Class Memory, NVMe-based storage systems are supplying enough speed and throughput to handle the most demanding compute jobs.
Google has cut prices on local storage for on-demand virtual machines by 63 percent, while it has slashed the price of storage for preemptible VMs by more than 70 percent.
UPDATED: Innodisk's corporate booth caught fire Aug. 8, spreading smoke all through the Santa Clara Convention Center. Fortunately, no one was injured, but the conference show floor was closed for the duration of the event.