SwiftStack object storage is used for archiving active data, serving Web content, building private clouds, sharing documents and storing backups.
The new items, developed following Seagate's acquisition of LSI's NAND Flash business in 2014, work in conjunction with Seagate storage products.
The new 256 GB device is suited for diverse applications, including consumer SSDs, smartphones, tablets, memory cards, and enterprise SSDs for data centers.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Cisco wanted to control its own flash array destiny, but the fact is that it could have OEM-ed the flash option to UCS customers and come out ahead.
The main emphasis in its new products is optimization for speed in moving data from its source to hybrid cloud stores, wherever they may be located.
The Vault Lock feature also has compliance controls designed to support business or personal records-retention use cases.
New arrays can move data at up to 4 million I/O operations per second (IOPS) and sport huge capacity of up to 14 petabytes.
Lenovo claims its systems have 99.999 percent availability, multi-pathing and in-chassis controller upgrades without the need for data migrations or downtime.
New machines cover the hot categories of scale-out object storage, big data analytics, virtualization and active archives.
NAND flash storage maker Tegile Systems is co-developing the site on Actual Tech Media.
IBM scientists have broken -- actually, obliterated -- a storage density standard that has been on the books for years.
FlashSoft caching software, which speeds up transactional processing, is in bundled offerings with SanDisk's enterprise flash hardware solutions.
The software enables individual users to manage their own business-related files while supporting an organization's control and management policies.
New device utilizes a hardware-based encryption process to deliver military-grade AES 256-bit encryption.
The new solid-state Link wristband effectively circumvents the cloud by creating a small, localized cloud of its own.