PernixData makes a data storage accelerator and a scale-out analytics engine for data centers; lesser-known Calm.io makes a DevOps automation platform.
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The company claims users can reduce up to 70 percent of storage networking latency by quickly identifying changes in performance behaviors.
Big Blue is looking to take advantage of "uncertainty" surrounding the Dell/EMC merger to sway their customers to its all-flash platform.
MapR's data platform is like a new traffic cop at the intersection of batch analytics, real-time data flow processing and new-gen enterprise storage.
The previous record-capacity SSD is a 2.5-inch, 16TB unit released a year ago by Samsung that costs $7,000. Seagate's SSD is in demo mode only at this time.
A Bluelock survey found IT professionals tend to place a higher value on protecting their business against technology-related disruptions than executives do.
OwnBackup provides secure, automated, daily backups of SaaS and PaaS data as well as sophisticated data compare-and-restore tools for disaster recovery.
Flashmatrix is aimed specifically at the growing need for real-time/streaming analytics in distributed systems targeted at high data-intensive applications.
With its latest storage offering, DeepFlash 150, IBM now offers a flash array portfolio that covers almost all types of workloads.
The $60 billion transaction, announced at $67 billion last Oct. 12 and finalized in a vote that took only 12 minutes, is the largest so far in the technology space.
NEWS ANALYSIS: Researchers in the Netherlands have discovered how to put binary data on a stable matrix of atoms so a kilobit of data can be stored on a single atom.
Block Storage is a highly available and scalable SSD-based cloud service that enables developers to attach extra disk space to DigitalOcean Droplet cloud servers.
iDrive Vault is designed to back up not only PCs but entire servers and databases, which many other similar devices cannot do, the company said.
Axcient's idea is to connect dots in the data center, including old dots that still work (such as legacy arrays) and new-gen, hybrid-cloud dots that bring new efficiencies.