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  • February 12, 2016 12 Feb'16

    Flash technologies remain hot in 2016, experts predict

    Experts predict solid-state technology will remain hot in 2016, leading to the demise of high-speed hard disk drives, as all-flash arrays outsell disk-only systems.

  • February 11, 2016 11 Feb'16

    Tintri VMstore T5000

    Like all of its VM-aware storage systems, Tintri’s first all-flash array -- the Tintri VMstore T5000 -- allows admins to bypass LUNs and NAS mount points when provisioning storage.

  • February 11, 2016 11 Feb'16

    SolidFire SF9605

    The high-capacity SolidFire SF9605 uses SolidFire’s Element OS 8 (Oxygen) to deliver new enterprise features such as synchronous replication and snapshot automation.

  • February 11, 2016 11 Feb'16

    HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850

    HPE 3PAR StoreServ 20850 holds 1,024 solid-state drives (SSDs). Hewlett Packard Enterprise claims it can deliver more than three million IOPS with sub-millisecond latency.

  • February 09, 2016 09 Feb'16

    Tegile CEO talks IntelliFlash AFA, industry trends

    Tegile CEO Rohit Kshetrapal discusses how all-flash arrays are changing the conversation with storage buyers, and how that will continue as new flash technologies emerge.

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  • February 08, 2016 08 Feb'16

    Server-side caching gives flash Storage a boost

    A lot of attention these days is paid to flash in enterprise storage arrays. Technologies such as NVM Express (NVMe) flash and caching software continues to drive speed advances. NVMe flash drives are an alternative to SATA-based solid-state drives ...

  • January 28, 2016 28 Jan'16

    Plexistor debuts with software to converge memory and storage

    Plexistor claims its 'software-defined memory' platform lets in-memory databases and traditional enterprise workloads run without dedicated compute-storage clusters.

  • January 19, 2016 19 Jan'16

    Hitachi storage unveils new A series all-flash array family

    Hitachi Data Systems unveiled a new line of high-density, all-flash arrays featuring inline deduplication that are designed to close its solid-state portfolio gaps.

  • January 11, 2016 11 Jan'16

    HDS CTO predicts HDD fade-out, discusses Hitachi storage strategy

    Hitachi Data Systems CTO Hu Yoshida predicts flash storage drives will replace high-performance hard disk drives this year, as HDDs will ultimately fade out in five years.

  • January 08, 2016 08 Jan'16

    All-flash storage systems: 2015 Products of the Year finalists

    The all-flash storage system finalists include upgrades from large storage vendors and all-flash pioneers, as well as a few vendors who launched their first all-flash arrays.

  • December 23, 2015 23 Dec'15

    NetApp acquisition of SolidFire expands all-flash portfolio

    NetApp spent $870 million to buy SolidFire and scrapped work on FlashRay, its storage system designed exclusively for flash. FlashRay never made it to general availability.

  • December 16, 2015 16 Dec'15

    Top five flash data storage tips and tricks in 2015

    Here are the top-five pieces of flash storage advice our expert analysts provided in 2015 -- from selecting an array to avoiding prevalent flash storage myths.

  • December 16, 2015 16 Dec'15

    Flash storage companies top solid-state headlines in 2015

    Flash storage vendors had a big year in 2015. These five news stories paint a picture of where the flash industry is headed and what users can expect in their data centers.

  • December 14, 2015 14 Dec'15

    Flash storage market 2015: Expanded all-flash options, TLC NAND

    Visions of an all-flash data center remain elusive, but enterprises in the flash storage market this year took advantage of choice, diversity in solid state storage.

  • December 01, 2015 01 Dec'15

    Violin launches Flash Storage Platform for performance, price

    Violin Memory put out its fastest array to date, and an entry-level model that starts at $92,000, as it tries to balance its Flash Storage Platform for performance and storage management.

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