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open Super Micro crams 36 Samsung 'ruler' SSDs into dense superserver 13
open Vendors: Don't sweat over Spectre, Meltdown SANitation 4
open Users clutch refilled Box boxen after 'empty' folder panic 20
By big_D
open Third NAND dimension makes quad bit bucket cells feasible 11
By DougS
open Veeam's reverse-IBM, the rebrands, the new hires, and... DRAM, what's that, Samsung? 1
open Shhh! DropBox 'quietly files' for IPO 15
open Should SANs be patched to fix the Spectre and Meltdown bugs? Er ... yes and no 37
open WDC is storage stud of CES with voice-activated media streaming 3
By PNGuinn
open You think you're all-flash? Market-watcher ranks storage vendors 3
open Veritas veteran becomes new big cheese at Symantec spin-off 5
open Seagate's CES splash, ClusterStor-like dash and Ripple crypto-cash 3
open In 2018, how are the big storage 8 handling the industry's challenges? 14
open Micron, Intel consciously uncouple 3D NAND development 1
By MrReal
open Spectre and Meltdown fixes: How will they affect storage? 16
open Deputy lord of the Scality RING parts ways with object storage firm 2
By Dbliss
open Come by. Away. Walk on. That'll do. Oh, um, we're just rounding up the lambs of storage 4
open WD My Cloud NAS devices have hard-wired backdoor 52
By djvrs
open Software is eating the world – and Nutanix's hardware revenues 7
open Cool disk drive actuator pillar, Seagate – how about two of them? 38
open Tsinghua Unigroup: We don't need Hynix chip tech, we have our own 7
open Borg, borg, borg: Another one bites the dust as Microsoft assimilates Avere 8
By tombo
open Who's king of the hyperconverged castle? Dell or Nutanix? It's not as clear-cut as it seems 16
open Cohesity loses its cohesion: Now chief beancounter unglues self from upstart 9
open The hounds of storage track converged and hyperconverged beasts 27
open Storage Christmas cracker: My band is called 1023MB. We haven't had a gig yet 16
open Storage startup WekaIO punts latency-slashing parallel file system tech 7
open Bit price drop + compute-storage closeness = enterprise flash use boom 4
open Back off, legacy intruders: Veeam updates backup offering, adds one tool-to-rule 2
open China may stick to its own DRAM memory soon – researchers 23
open Seagate's lightbulb moment: Make read-write heads operate independently 88
By Dave 13
open Storage Wars: Not very long ago, a hop, skip and a jump away... 3
open All flasher Tintri makes play for the cash-strapped: Buy 'em drive by drive 8
open Ugh, stupid power supplies hogging server density, who needs 'em? 16
By J. Cook
open Container-flinger pushes Win 10 transformer for legacy apps 22
open Guess who's developing storage class memory kit? And cooking the chips on the side... 5
open Honey, I shrank the company: Tintri's dire third quarter presages a worse final one 10
open Hell's bells! Lights out at Diablo Technologies as plug pulled on website 4
open Sons of Sun DriveScale tempt cloud-lovers with composable infrastructure rig 4
By jake
open Disk drives spin, are you listening? In the lane, servers glistening... 12
open Flash bang walloped: Toshiba, Western Digital sign peace treaty over memory chip fabs 3
By Flakk
open Xcellis: From 'gateway' for NAS dabblers to pusher of hardcore scale-out NAS boxen 1
By ashdav
open Fujitsu's server jujitsu: FPGA gives networking capacity fourfold boost 4
open Teen Pennsylvania HPC storage pusher Panasas: Small files, fat nodes, sharp blades 1
open Four hybrid clouds, three server SANs, two snapshotters... and a partridge in a pear tree 3
open An object failure: All in all, it's just another... file system component? 4
open Shingled out: 14TB helium-filled Toshiba drive floats to market 23
open Walk with me... through a billion files. Slow down – admire the subset 26
By pgodman
open ♫ Storage falling, all around me... Snowflake, Komprise... Paragon ♬ 4
By M. B.
open Samsung starts cranking out 512GB eUFS storage 36
By Datalas
open Battle-weary Tosh, WDC mull peace treaty to end war over flash chip fab 1
By sjsmoto

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