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Former Docker CEO Ben Golub wants to help enable Storj Labs to become the Airbnb of the storage industry with a crowdsourced model for distributed storage.
NEWS ANALSYSIS: A new type of solid state storage jointly developed by Intel and Micron that dramatically increases the speed and durability of SSDs are coming to data centers.
Along with Druva’s longtime service for Windows devices, this deal enables the service for Apple devices, which are making more and more of an impact in the enterprise.
While the competition is all good for the potential buyer, it's only natural that a shakeout in this market--via acquisition or old-fashioned attrition--is probably going to happen in the next couple of years.
This sounds almost too good to be true: Robin's open source-based software enables users to deploy, manage and consolidate all their cloud-based big data, NoSQL and database workloads in a single control panel.
The analytics engine helps bring cloud costs down by enabling applications to be self-aware of their resource needs.
Company signs joint venture for $100 million in procurement options and a $25 million equity commitment to support expansion of sales, marketing and engineering.
The move to Tsinghua Unigroup should help Intel gain better access to the Chinese market. Intel ranks sixth globally among NAND memory chip manufacturers.
The San Francisco-based cloud storage and business productivity tool maker, which had secretly filed to go public in January, plans to raise $500 million to push the business forward.
If a storage system cannot automatically rebound after a disaster by restoring all the company’s data in a timely fashion—which means minutes or hours, not days or weeks—then it’s virtually worthless. Enterprises need to look closely at their data-recovery processes before a loss happens.
The supply of server DRAM has not kept up with demand, even though suppliers have assigned more capacity to their server product lines. Large data center projects in North America have contributed to the strong demand, researcher said.