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8 Hot Solid State Storage Products

Dell EMC, Toshiba, Seagate and Micron are coming out with new flash storage arrays that could interest enterprise customers.

What to Do with Legacy Assets in a Flash Storage World

You don't have to rip-and-replace all your existing HDDs. Here are several ways to continue extracting value from them as you transition to …

Where All-Flash Storage Makes No Sense

Experts say there are some use cases where organizations should not use all-flash storage.

All-Flash Array Economics

AFA prices haven't yet equaled HDDs on a per-gigabyte basis, but they offer other financial benefits that make them attractive to …

Buying Guide: All-Flash Storage

Dell EMC, Pure Storage, IBM, NetAPP and HPE are leading the way with AFAs.

Enterprise SSD Buying Guide

Vendors have been rolling out a number of new products for the enterprise SSD market.

Elastifile Harnesses the Flash Storage and the Cloud for Hybrid Workloads

The startup's silo-busting storage platform offers cloud-enabled data services and management for enterprise applications.

Worldwide Data Will Surge to 163 Zettabytes by 2025

Explosive growth in the artificial intelligence and IoT markets will massively increase the amount of data stored in tomorrow's enterprises, …

Top Tips for Enterprise SSD Form Factor Selection and Deployment

Some form factors are better than others for certain applications.

Dell Technologies Leads Declining Backup Storage Systems Market

Now home to EMC's market-leading data storage portfolio, Dell Technologies is the backup appliance provider to beat.

All-Flash Arrays Buck the Enterprise Storage Doldrums

IDC calls the all-flash array segment a "bright spot" during an underwhelming Q4 2016 for storage vendors, particularly in EMEA.

Enterprise SSD Storage On-Demand, On-Premises

Vendors like HPE are bridging the gap between data centers and the cloud with on-demand enterprise SSD storage systems.

Enterprise SSDs and Storage Design

Enterprise SSDs give us lots of freedom in storage design, but is this a blessing or a curse?

Top Trends in High Capacity Enterprise SSDs

A huge price drop in flash has been paralleled by another spectacular occurrence: the storage capacity of Solid State Drives (SSDs) has gone …

Where Do M.2 High Capacity SSDs Fit in the Data Center?

Standard high capacity SSDs will soon hold 60TB, while M.2 high capacity SSDs can store just 2TB. But they do have some advantages that make …

High capacity SSDs: How Big Can They Grow?

High capacity SSDs will clearly play an ever growing role in enterprise data storage.

Enterprise SSD and (Much) More: Can File Systems Keep Up?

With enterprise SSDs and other technology revolutionizing data storage, file systems face significant strain. What’s to be done?

3D XPoint Enterprise SSD Speeds Will Disappoint

Hoping for a thousand-fold enterprise SSD speed gain from 3D XPoint? Think again.

Enterprise SSD DWPD: Calculating in Advance

Calculating SSD DWPD is essential. And sure, you can calculate how much data you can write and still be within the vendor’s warranty, …

Top 10 Enterprise SSD Market Trends

The enterprise SSD market is growing quickly, but that doesn't mean HDDs are dead.

NVMe Enterprise SSDs Over Fabrics Can Conquer Latency

Network fabrics make NVMe enterprise SSD arrays behave like DAS, resulting in drastic drops in latency.

Enterprise SSDs: The Case for All-Flash Data Centers

A new study found that some enterprises are experiencing significant benefits by converting their entire data centers to all-flash arrays.

The Future of NAS Data Storage

NAS storage will be around for the foreseeable future, but the market is changing.

Storage Hyperconvergence: When Does It Make Sense?

Hyperconverged infrastructure offers excellent ROI for some applications, but for others it makes sense to stick with traditional servers …

SSD and Hard Drive Reliability

A new paper on the reliability of flash drives was just released and there are some very, very interesting observations in it.

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