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DAILY VIDEO: Nimbus Data previews world’s largest (100TB) solid-state drive; and Google changes web ad policies to comply with EU’s GDPR.
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HYCU’s top priority is to protect Nutanix’s Acropolis hypervisor-powered virtual machines and to provide surrounding functionality. It does this so well that the company has decided to go all in and name itself after the software.
While many existing SSDs focus on speed, the DC100 is optimized for capacity and efficiency.
Microsoft took the stage at the Open Compute Summit to announce Project Denali, an effort to develop a Solid State Drive specification tailored for flash storage in large scale data centers.
Company claims that the result of the acquisition will be storage management that reduces TCO by more than 70 percent when compared with conventional multi-silo NAS (network-attached storage) systems.
DAILY VIDEO: Faster, more durable solid-state storage is coming to data centers, and memcached DDoS attacks slow down as patching ramps up.
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.