- January 19, 2016
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
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
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
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
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.
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- December 16, 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
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
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.
- November 24, 2015
The ability to measure flash performance requires different metrics, along with a better understanding of applications, which can make it more complicated to purchase than HDDs.
- November 17, 2015
The IME14K all-flash array from DataDirect Networks runs Infinite Memory Engine accelerator software to create a data-aware tier that writes to fast SSD cache and reorders I/O as it moves to storage.
- November 17, 2015
HPE joined the 3D NAND bandwagon for 3PAR StoreServ flash arrays, added flash acceleration for Oracle databases with EMC VMAX and added a new StoreOnce lineup.
- November 13, 2015
SolidFire CEO and founder Dave Wright talked about how his company will make its way competing against giants in the rapidly growing all-flash storage market.
- November 11, 2015
The newly released NexGen arrays dynamically manage critical workloads with QoS policies. Spelling a move beyond hybrid storage, the all-flash arrays include SSDs, RAM and flash PCIe.
- November 05, 2015
The dual inline memory module marketplace may have to deal with emerging disruptive technologies from Diablo Technologies, Intel and Micron.
- October 22, 2015
Western Digital is taking its biggest step yet into the flash market, with its $19 billion SanDisk acquisition. The deal is the second major storage merger this month.