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.
The T1 uses 32-layer TLC V-NAND and a MEX/MGX SSD controller inside that small, thin casing. Talk about microelectronics.
The steel-framed USB 3.0 Seagate Seven is a minuscule 7mm from skin to skin, yet it holds a whopping 500GB of content.
The new NAS system provides pluggable database-level visibility into thousands of containers across an enterprise.
All block, file and object-access management is integrated and controlled within a new 3PAR StoreServ Management Console.
The update makes it faster and more effective for Global 2000 companies to detect and react to security vulnerabilities in virtualized environments.
Skyera's approach to flash storage allows enterprises to be smarter about how they satisfy their data demands, its CEO said.
New architectures, connections with Oracle 12c database on the way into the market.
Ostensibly, a tipping point of sorts may have been reached, because EMC has been the undisputed heavyweight champion in storage for years.