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open Travel IT giant Amadeus making eyes at Micron's SolidScale architecture 4
open Health data 'vault' app floats into's G-Cloud. *cough* GDPR *cough* 4
open SSD price premium over disk faaaalling 34
open Code-thief pleads guilty to pinching file system to sell to China 14
open Formation Data Systems? More like formatted data systems: Upstart shuts down 4
open Who loves tapas? Of course you do. What about storage tapas? 1
open Dell EMC man: Hyperconverged is love, hyperconverged is life, but won't kill SAN yet 27
open Guess who's getting fat off DRAM shortages? Yep, the DRAM makers 8
open Posting in an EPYC thread: AMD renames Xeon-bashing Naples 4
open Travel IT biz reportedly testing 100TB SSDs 25
open Newbies Komprise hope to krush data sprawl 6
open Traditional array all-flash retrofits knock XtremIO off top sales rung 7
open HPE Labs manufactures monster memory Machine system 16
open Toshiba draws back from fab foundry lock-out foolishness 6
open WTH? Veeam retires one CEO, two pop up in his place 2
open Infinidat benchmarking beatdown: Glugging slimfastq? Not us! 7
open Oh my Tosh: Western Digital takes Toshiba to arbitration 7
open QNAP users: It's your turn to patch in a hurry 11
By Mark 65
open If you printed out this week's storage news and laid it end to end, it would stretch to the end of, er, your desk 2
open The world (of backup) is not enough for Barracuda 2
open Strap yourself in, fasten your helmet, and try out FreeNAS 11.0-RC 8
open IBM wheels out bleedin' big 15TB tape drive 24
open Wedded bliss... ball and chain – how's that Dell EMC honeymoon going? 4
open Memory biz Nantero is a right Dell raiser: IT giant flushes cash down RAM carbon nanotubes 4
By 2cent
open NetApp and Cisco are pumping mad dollar into data protection startup 8
open Michael Dell? More like Michael in-Dell-nial: No public cloud, no future 44
open Phew! We had to order a new array to hold all of this week's Dell EMC announcements 9
open Dell sneaks speeds-and-feeds-free peek at 14th-gen PowerEdge servers 3
open Always late to the party, IBM reveals itself to be NVMe fanboy 10
open Pure opens XtremIO, VMAX swap shop as Dell EMC party kicks off 10
open Selling physical and virtual storage arrays? How to crack it against mainstream giants 1
open Best be Nimble, best be quick. You're out of a job at HPE – and that's sh*t 28
open Desperate VCs are pretty much just throwing cash at Rubrik now 8
open As senior bosses eject and shares crash... is it time to pray for Nutanix? 1
open Infinidat claims it can beat any all-flash array, uses innocent pooches to appear convincing 9
By NRW61
open Core blimey! 10,000 per rack in startup's cloud-in-a-box 12
open Big mistake by Big Blue: Storwize initialisation USBs had malware 24
By Darth.0
open Fancy a toothpicked-rollmop from our storage smorgasbord? 6
By jake
open Oh lordy, WD just SCHOOLED Seagate in running a disk drive biz 14
By dubious
open Intel's Optane in PCs is as good as it will get for years, says analyst 25
By Naselus
open Series of Seagate missteps as revenue generator spins down 9
open Yeah, keep buying those SSDs, grins Seagate: Your data will be on our disks eventually, muaha 10
open Western Digital relocates HQ, sheds jobs 5
open Netgear says sorry four weeks after losing customer backups 32
open For the won: Korean DRAMmer llamas SK Hynix earning buckets 1
open Controlled remote access reviews of Optane SSD give qualified yes 12
By DougS
open Amazon may be using disk drives with hot-swappable components 20
open WD pulls cash-strapped Toshiba to one side, whispers: 'All right, pal, how much you want?' 6
By rdhood
open Violin Memory steps out of bankruptcy, takes the storage stage again 7
open It's a Wright off: NetApp confirms SolidFire boss on hiatus, 'will be back' working on other stuff 4



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