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open Three UK cloudy firms promise CMA they'll be 'fairer' to customers 6
open NetApp shrinky-dinks ONTAP 9: Will support 4:1 data reduction 14
open Q. What do you call a sales-growing letdown? A. Pure Storage 8
open Dropbox gets all up in your kernel with Project Infinite. Cue uproar 76
open Nutanix slims down code, chases after small business 14
open Flying filers and Game of Thrones: Jon Snow? No, latency is dead 12
open Great, IBM has had a PCM breakthrough. Who exactly is going to manufacture? 10
open Dell Storage Centre: Following more than one of our series? Here's the remote 5
open Magnetic memory boffins unveil six-state storage design 20
By Baldy50
open Hold the DRAM phone: IBM claims phase-change breakthrough 12
open Tintri debuts storage precog that knows what you'll need in 6 months 13
open EMC Unity or VNX3? You tell me 19
open One (storage) protocol to rule them all? 9
open Verizon gets activated IO to its cloud 2
open Sick of storage vendors? Me too. Let's build the darn stuff ourselves 61
By dikrek
open Super-slow RAID rebuilds: Gone in a flash? 30
open Seagate ready for the HAMR blow: First drives out in 2017 7
By Mikey
open Boffins flip the unflippable: Meet the latest storage extender contender 21
open HDS guarantees VSP will double flash capacity 9
open The Quantum of Solace: You've still got tape. Don't forget that 1
open Flashy startup E8 set to launch after cash injection 2
open Nexsan sues EMC in tussle over Unity name 3
By Paul
open Scale Computing goes flashy mutant with its nodes 4
open EMC says Pure Storage dedupe is both in-line and post-process 7
open Violin faces second NYSE delisting threat 5
open Storage startups: Everyone's throwing money at you... 3
open The 4 stages of All-Flash storage: Denial, anger, bargaining... and integration 11
open IBM's FlashSystem looks flashy enough, but peek under the hood... 28
open EMC makes a LEAP forward with Virtustream and more 1
open Hold on a sec. When did HDDs get SSD-style workload rate limits? 81
open If you work on Seagate's performance drives, time to find another job 25
open WD’s revenue wheels have fallen off. Profits are sinking, too 11
open No objections to object stores: Everyone's going smaller and faster 2
open Alphabetti spaghetti: SanDisk adds SLC cache to TLC SSD 3
open IBM bungs deduplication in FlashSystem arrays 6
open You're only young but you're going to die: Farewell, all-flash startups 23
open Trouble at t'spinning rust mill: Disk drive production is about to head south 49
open Riverbed pitches cloudy SD-WAN suite following Ocedo buy 1
open Time to quadruple our cloud gateway capacity, CTERA etc etc 1
By Lusty
open It's a good time to be in hyper-converged, eh, Pivot3? 1
open Flexi-Plexistor's software-defined memory roadmap 3
By jake
open What the world needs now is... not disk drives 39
open Ceph previews next long-term stable release with v 10.2.0 Jewel 2
open Goodbye: XPoint is Intel's best exit from NAND production hell 6
open Druva fills luggage with cash, heads to Japan 3
open Storage with the speed of memory? XPoint, XPoint, that's our plan 26
open SpectraLogic debuts big, bad exabyte-tastic temple of tape 5
open Toshiba notebook disk drive slims down. You like that, gamers? 12
open WD rust-proofs spinners with Gold offering 6
open Gridstore boss George Symons ejects, leaves hyper-upstart headless 3