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open The man who found Atlantis: 14PB of storage, flashy models and Moore's Law 5
open Community chest: Storage firms need to pay open-source debts 30
open FIRST LOOK: Gartner gurus present all-flash prognostications 7
open Hyper-converged flash appliances are COMING. Here's one I dreamed up earlier... 4
open The A-to-Z of storage news: Your quick 'n' dirty tasting menu 2
By .@.
open Like condoms, data now comes in big and HUGE sizes 11
By Phil W
open Welcome to the HYPER-converged bubble of HYPE! Enjoy it while it's here, storage folk 1
open AWS Zocalo squares up to box Box, Dropbox, sync 'n' share flocks 1
open Hyperconverged kit is SO HOT right now. $140m sound about right, Nutanix? 6
By MyffyW
open Better be Nimble, tech giants, or mutant upstarts will make off with your sales 7
open Cleversafe CEO: We would tell you about the 8TB drive, but... 14
By Larhten
open That 8TB Seagate MONSTER? It's HERE... (You'll have to squint, 'cos there are no specs) 39
open VMware's high-wire balancing act: EVO might drag us ALL down 8
By Ideaz
open Forrester says it's time to give up on physical storage arrays 22
open HP lets the SAN shine: StoreVirtual now bigger, flashier, OpenStack-ier 3
open Biz data botherer CommVault slips out fresh do-it-all bundle 1
By Yugguy
open Death by 1,000 cuts: Mainstream storage array suppliers are bleeding 15
open TELEPORTABLE storage? Atlantis Computing's PR bods jump the shark 4
open It's ALIVE: Unstructured data upstart whips out data-AWARE array 5
open WTH? Upstart stuffed with ex-VMware bods grilled on Amazon cloud 'rescue' plan 3
open Can it be true? A BIG DATA benchmark? Yes, says TPC 1
open Creaky PC? SanDisk gives users a NAND with speedy '3-bitter' SSD 21
open Violin Memory FINALLY writes dedupe and compression into its latest Concerto 2
open AMD slaps 'Radeon' label on Tosh flash: >Beard stroke< Hmm, cunning ... 13
By tin 2
open Nexenta reckons it has Edge in squeezing your object storage BLOB 2
open Object storage bods Exablox: RAID is dead, baby. RAID is dead 12
open Oh SNAP, here comes Amazon: EMC drops prices for Syncplicity 1
By MyffyW
open EMC is shopping for Indian startups 1
open EMC customer? You can only buy from third-party sales bods now 4
open VM herder Tintri tries on Red Hat, plans support for Microsoft Hyper-V 2
open Spell Sepaton backwards three times ... Puff! It just vanished into HDS 3
By MyffyW
open Meet the Flockers... and please, do try to contain yourself 5
open Golden age of invention or hyped-up age of overblown marketing? 9
open Nimble's latest mutants GORGE themselves on unlucky forerunners 4
open A beheading in EMC's ViPR lair? Software's big cheese to advise CEO 3
open Seagate to splash MILLIONS on LAND, FACTORIES 1
open Gartner mages throw deduping backup appliance bones, claim EMC's in lead 10
open Mirror, mirror on the wall, who has the best TSM backend of all? 6
open Flash could be CHEAPER than SAS DISK? Come off it, NetApp 13
open Would you rip'n'replace your IT for Simplivity kit? Upstart reckons so 2
By MyffyW
open Oh, Emulex: Another quarter, yet more red-splattered results 2
open Gartner's Special Report: Should you believe the hype? 21
open On test: Samsung 845DC EVO 3-bit Toggle MLC and 845DC PRO 3D V-NAND SSDs 12
By brooxta
open How to deal with server hogs: Throw them out of the frying pan and into the Solidfire? 7
By AC94080
open Recovering Quantum buys Dropbox-alike cloudy biz Symform 2
By madecto
open Budge up, yet another flash cache software biz wants to squeeze in 1
By MyffyW
open Violin strings up cheaper instrument: 17.5TB flash box for $100k + change 6
open Cloudy startup drops unified storage array into YOUR data centre 1
open Ain't NAND grand? Samsung unveils next-gen SAS SSD 1
open Cost-cutting pays off for Symantec as profit lifts 1

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