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RRAM aims to beat delayed 3D XPoint to market

Due to mediocre performance, Intel and Micron have put off the release of the 3D XPoint technology until 2017. This could open the door for RRAM products from companies like SanDisk.

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EMC ScaleIO, DSSD D5 adopt Dell PowerEdge servers

Dell EMC uses Dell PowerEdge x86 servers for new ScaleIO Ready Nodes -- including an all-flash model -- and adds DSSD D5 flash array cards to PowerEdge rack servers.

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Violin Memory names new, and maybe last, flash hope

Struggling Violin Memory launches two new Flash Storage Platform arrays with improved performance, lower latency and encryption in hopes of surviving in crowded all-flash market.

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Entry-level NetApp E-Series gets flash refresh

Customers can order E-Series 2800 arrays as hybrid storage or now as NetApp all-flash storage. SANtricity OS upgrade includes tool to define logical data lakes on NetApp arrays.

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    EMC ScaleIO, DSSD D5 adopt Dell PowerEdge servers

    Dell EMC uses Dell PowerEdge x86 servers for new ScaleIO Ready Nodes -- including an all-flash model -- and adds DSSD D5 flash array cards to PowerEdge rack servers.

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    Violin Memory names new, and maybe last, flash hope

    Struggling Violin Memory launches two new Flash Storage Platform arrays with improved performance, lower latency and encryption in hopes of surviving in crowded all-flash market.

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    Entry-level NetApp E-Series gets flash refresh

    Customers can order E-Series 2800 arrays as hybrid storage or now as NetApp all-flash storage. SANtricity OS upgrade includes tool to define logical data lakes on NetApp arrays.

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