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The hard drive giant enters the enterprise SSD market and shows off a laptop drive almost the size of a credit card.
Spinning media just wasn't up to the job, so the San Diego Supercomputer Center is banking on flash memory to build its dream machine.
EMC plans a new Atmos — and a possible partnership with Cisco and VMware.
HP gets kicked to the curb as Oracle picks the company it's acquiring for the next-generation Exadata servers.
EMC's private cloud strategy includes many things just not the highly anticipated partnership with Cisco.
The data corruption problem only appears under one condition, but it was enough to force Intel to halt solid state drive shipments.
The company's backup and recovery product supports virtualization environments and adds deduplication support for the first time.
A big jump in performance and scalability could help boost sales of Hitachi's AMS 2000 product line.
SGI's new high-density storage device can handle up to 60 drives, both platter and SSD-based, for 90TB of storage.
Is it a true unified effort when Google, Microsoft, Amazon and Salesforce are missing?
WD has been slow to move into the flash-based data storage market until now.
The deal will make Toshiba a player in the enterprise storage market and could lead to new solid state drive (SSD) development efforts.
A source code sighting suggests what Google's long-rumored GDrive storage service is and what it will be used for if it ever ships.
SanDisk and Sony see multi-terabyte memory sticks on the horizon.
Adding larger size drives to a blade means much more storage inside a blade chassis, rather than using external storage.
With Iomega on board, the enterprise storage giant has big plans for the consumer, 'prosumer' and SMB markets.
Message Archiver is designed to provide a fast, searchable archive of e-mail.
Just a week after closing its acquisition of EqualLogic, Dell is wasting no time in ramping up its storage offerings.
In an effort to reverse its flagging storage sales, Sun Microsystems has combined its storage and server businesses.
New storage server isn't much cheaper than the competition, but it won't scale up in cost as it scales up in capacity, the vendor claims.
IDC says storage virtualization could ride server virtualization's coattails to success.