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open Toshiba sells memory biz for $18bn, becomes the Bain of Western Digital's existence 2
open Dell EMC refreshes its entry-level arrays 15
open Veritas considers 'restructuring' another two offices, with 350+ pink slips possible 6
open Veritas shrinks Sydney office, slashes 60-something support staff 11
open Check in my all-flash server-storage system? You must be mad! I'm taking it on-board 9
open Speaking in Tech: Dell and EMC – one year after they shacked up.... 5
open Goldman Sachs tips $38m into Nasuni's hat 3
open Western Digital and pals win Toshiba chip unit bid, claims report 3
open Rubrik to hit enterprise with double whammy 9
open Esoptra pimps pluglets for thin file contents provisioning 2
By paulrmc
open What's a storage burrito, you ask? Why all the newsy tidbits chopped, cooked and wrapped up 2
open Huawei's storage hardware future: Fancy some cosy NVMe over Fabrics this winter? 3
open Tintri havin' it large with all-flash EC6000 boxen 5
open File software-flinger Elastifile stretches funding further to $65m 2
open Huawei developing NMVe over IP SSD 8
open Whoosh, there it is: Toshiba bods say 14TB helium-filled disk is coming soon 59
open Detox from your weekend kebabs with a healthy storage golubtsy 5
By quxinot
open SanDisk's little microSD card sucks up 400GB 59
open The down low on why Coho Data is a no-go 7
open Western Digital has cloudified the NAS and shoved it in a trendy box 27
open VMworld security asked to probe theft of anti-Nutanix schwag 6
open Scale unveils ludicrously fast HCIA with 20μs latencies 2
open Western Digital continues buying spree by snapping up Tegile 11
open Another dimension, new galaxy. Intergalactic planar-tary: Join us on our 3D NAND journey 10
open Pats on the back all round as Pure Storage announces new CEO and growing revenues 5
open Gather round, kids, and let's try to understand the science of 3D NAND 5
open SUSE pledges endless love for btrfs, says Red Hat's dumping irrelevant 13
By Orv
open El Reg gets schooled on why SSDs will NOT kill off the trusty hard drive 111
open Western Digital hauls out weighty tome with 20TB external storage 17
open End-point backupper Druva stuffs sack with another $80m in VC cash 1
open If there's a hole in your S3 bucket, data thieves will be sprayed by Macie 5
open Tegile arrays tire of SAS backplane, cosy up to hunky newcomer NVMe 3
open Get hyped: Cisco makes $320m intentions known to startup Springpath 9
By baspax
open The rice of cloud, avocado of virtualization and salmon of doubt: Let's eat storage sushi 2
open NVMe fabrics could shuffle traditional arrays off to the graveyard 5
open Last FalconStor CEO survived just six weeks before being replaced 4
open Making money is so DRAM easy for some memory-flingers 3
open NetApp, you went all-flash, never go all-fla... Hey, wait. It's working 6
open What'll we do tonight, Kieran? Same thing we do every night, Tintri.... 3
open Samsung's bantam SSD makes WD's 'passport' drive look passé 32
open Toshiba must allow Western Digital access to joint-venture assets 3
By eldakka
open Loss-making storage survivor Sphere 3D looking at 'strategic alternatives' 1
open Red Hat banishes Btrfs from RHEL 93
open Datrium claims its split-provisioning DVX array is 'tomorrow calling' 10
open Atomic bonds: Gigabyte, Supermicro fire out boosted Atom CPU range 13
By fnj
open Nice guy NetApp's adopting 'disruptive' tech non-disruptively 6
open Diablo Technologies sheds three execs 1
By Dwarf
open Where's the bloody flare gun? Cast adrift on a swirling gyre of storage 1
open Just kiss and make up already! Toshiba CEO strikes conciliatory note with chip partners WDC 1
open Array-pusher Infinidat boasts of sales hike, says it has petabyte-pushin pay pals 1



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