SolidFire Continues Its All-SSD Push into the Enterprise
The storage company upgrades its all-flash lineup with new data protection features and Fibre Channel support.
VMware''s Virtual SAN Finally Ships
Company jumps into the server-side storage fray by announcing the general availability of its Virtual SAN product.
Why Is Software-Based Storage Management Still Hardware-Dependent?
For now, most storage continues to be sold as appliances but moving to true software-defined data centers could disrupt the market.
StoneFly Unveils DR365 Backup and Disaster Recovery Appliance
The storage systems maker melds its backup and recovery technologies into an all-in-one storage appliance.
Sony and Panasonic Work on New Optical Archival Disc
Another optical disc format? The companies see a future for a Blu-ray successor that packs up to 1 TB of storage capacity.
Data Storage Mysteries: What Happened to MAID?
The technology behind massive array of idle drives never took off, despite massive hype. Its failure offers a lesson for today''s storage admins.
Avere Launches FXT 4800 Cloud-Friendly Filer
Company adds more SSD capacity and faster processors to help speed up the company''s cloud-connected NAS filer.
DataDirect Networks Launches WOS 360
The company doubles down on data protection after delivering an object storage platform for Big Data.
The Need for Realistic Benchmarking Protocols
Without realistic benchmarks that address real world problems all we we are going to get is vendor hype.
Rackspace Taps Brocade for Leaner, Greener Cloud SANsStories 1 - 10 of 208
The cloud computing company manages growth with Brocade''s efficient Gen 5 Fibre Channel SAN technology.