This isn't your father's HDD; it's designed for scale-out data infrastructures that may be struggling to handle ever-increasing unstructured data.
Lots of news was announced Aug. 25 on Day 1 of VMworld, and it wasn't all from host VMware.
NEWS ANALYSIS: VMware previews updated products for CIOs, IT managers, storage administrators and the CFOs who love to pay for it all.
Facebook wants to see App Links, an open-source developer tool, go viral into all Websites as soon as possible.
Symantec also will retire some of its stand-alone Norton legacy products, such as Norton Internet Security, Norton AntiVirus and Norton360.
PRODUCT REVIEW: Little-known Voxeet has come up with a new, free-of-charge conference call app that enables talk-overs, cuts static -- and just works.
Amazon, moving into the offline retail space, has introduced Local Register, a Square-like technology with an industry-low transaction rate.
Microsoft and NetApp have been trying to partner with as many complementary companies as possible to make marketshare inroads.
Connected cars are already here and driverless vehicles aren't far away from daily reality. How does this affect you, your family and your work?
NEWS ANALYSIS: Google, like Apple, wants to be everywhere you are: in your phone, laptop, tablet, TV, car, home, business—even on your face.
Dell announces more new equipment for converged-type infrastructure data centers, including specific new hardware for Oracle Database 12C.
Although Hadoop is regularly used in analyzing archive data, there are few expressly designed connectors to archive volumes.
The new Data Governance suite enables enterprises to declare policies, discover sensitive data, redact required terms and automate it all.
Cloud service provider adds e-commerce functions to its automated business-process platform that runs on Salesforce1.
These new general-purpose NAND flash volumes are engineered to provide fast performance for a wide range of workloads.