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open The stunted physical SAN market – Dell man gives Wikibon forecasts his blessing 10
open Yee-haw! It's the Friday storage round-up 2
open Did Oracle just sign tape's death warrant? Depends what 'no comment' means 27
open HPE blames solid state drive failure for outages at Australian Tax Office 44
By Griffo
open Enterprise IT storage – where being fat and very dense is, um, a good thing. Right, Cloudian? 1
By P. Lee
open NetApp confirms: SolidFire hyperconverged appliance is coming 11
open Australian Tax Office's HPE SAN failed twice in slightly different ways 21
open XPoint: Leaked Intel specs reveal 'launch-ready' SSD – report 17
open HPE brags its latest 3PAR OS shrinkwrapper better protects data 32
open Unlucky WD Ultrastar drives are knackered, need replacing ASAP 22
open Say a stealthy 'hi' to Gluent, Tachyum and VAST Data 3
open Take cover! Storage news barrage incoming 1
open Dell's XtremIO has a new reseller in Japan – its all-flash rival Fujitsu 5
open Memory1: All right, Sparky, here's the deal: We've sorted your DRAM runtimes 1
open Tosh's new workhorse drive: Not too desktop, not too enterprise 4
open Cisco polishes HALO, flashes enlarged HyperFlex 4
open Small but perfectly formed: Dailymotion's object storage odyssey 6
open Kaminario pumps up K2 all-flash array processor speed and SSD capacity 11
open Whomp. WD whacks down unstructured data-nomming 'Skyhawk' SSD 2
open Pimp my racks: Scale-out filer startup Qumulo bangs up its boxen, er, '4U' 8
open Second time's a charm? WD tries again with 3D NAND, doubles capacity 11
open See that flashing taillight? Micron CEO has signalled a move 1
open Hobbled by partners Dell and NetApp, where does Cisco go from here? 9
open HPE SAN causes four-day outage at Australian Tax Office 19
open Awoogah, enterprise bods: Tintri recruits Echo Alexa speechbot 13
open White-knight investors or capitalist cannibals? VIEX vexes Quantum 2
open You better layer up, Micron's working on next-generation XPoint 8
open Pure unsheathes the FlashBlade, cuts out NetApp legacy system 28
open Fresh and fast little flashers from NetApp 12
open Revealed: Soros Group behind mystery unit that gobbled Violin Memory 7
By silus
open We're building a wall and the over-30TB market is going to pay for it 4
open Between you and NVMe: NetApp dishes on drives and fabric access 7
open 'Alexa, manage my enterprise storage' 9
open So the co. that won the bid for VM is called (drumroll): VM Bidco... 2
open Memory loss: Toshiba puts chip biz up for sale 7
open Time to face the music, Violin Memory: Upstart's asset auction is over 8
By Drewc
open WD Corp picks teeth after SanDisk dinner, seems pleased with fuller figure 2
open Too early for champers? Quantum faces its first sales rise in a decade 1
open En garde! Touché! Sorry for the cliché! Pure Storage flashes its blade 3
open Toss your day job. Start a backup company. Sorted 7
open Infinidat slims down in UK: Storage upstart has just handful of Brit staff 5
open HPE buying SimpliVity is like a 'unicorn barbecue' – HCI boss man 15
open Spun-out Nexsan now prowling the market for growth and acquisitions 3
open IBM: We're not putting XIV on the cart 11
open Former HPE CTO Fink retires retirement, returns to tech 2
open We burned chips in 2016... but then semiconductor sales got healthy again. Whew 6
open One sales guy in, one sales guy out, Primary Data shakes it all about 1
open Trumping free trade: Say 'King of Bankruptcy' Ross does end up in charge of US commerce 105
open IBM is letting storage hardware revenues slip gently off into the night 7
open XIV goes way of the dinosaurs as IBM nixes fourth-gen storage array 25