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NEWS ANALYSIS: NetApp has joined the all-flash storage generation and continues to improve one of the industry's highest-regarded data management systems.
One major reason behind NetApp's turnaround is customer loyalty—many longtime customers held off on buying new storage until the new flash arrays arrived.
The company introduced a phalanx of new and enhanced storage software packages that it contends manages business data equally efficiently across data centers and the cloud.
SanDisk enticed attendees of a European trade conference with a prototype of the card, but did not release details on pricing, availability or date of release.
SoftNAS provides software-defined NAS solutions and cloud-based protection of mission-critical data, as well as enterprise-class data security and performance.
Automated all-flash, software-defined storage package runs on Dell EMC PowerEdge x86 servers and is operating system- and hypervisor-agnostic.
Machine data emanating from IT systems, deployed devices and embedded sensors holds the promise of greater and more granular insight to help businesses make more cogent decisions on short notice. The premise is simple: The more information an enterprise can collect and analyze, the greater...
The rugged USB-C is designed specifically for next-generation PCs, including the latest Apple MacBook as well as new models from HP Inc., Dell and Lenovo.
CEO contends that by taking an app-centric approach, IT teams are better positioned to meet the service-level storage demands of the business.
Five years ago, producers simply heard about then-3-year-old SimpliVity as being a cool, new-generation IT company, so they cold-called the main desk.
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