Texas Memory Systems News
September 11, 2013
Cisco's $451-million Whiptail acquisition gives it flash technology, but will the company's storage encroachment turn off long-time array partners?
September 10, 2013
Data center pros increasingly see SSDs as table stakes in the server market. In this atmosphere, Cisco purchased SSD integrator Whiptail.
April 12, 2013
IBM rolls out FlashSystem all-flash arrays -- rebranded Texas Memory Systems products IBM acquired in 2012 -- as part of an aggressive flash push.
March 05, 2013
EMC makes its XtremIO all-flash array available on a limited basis, also adds eMLC PCIe server-side flash cards and rebrands VFCache.
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