Startup Translattice launched this week with the goal of changing the way enterprises provision distributed applications and data.
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With the future of OpenSolaris under Oracle unclear, a new effort aims to deliver an alternative to the popular open source software.
Intel's new C5500/C3500 series processors, formerly code-named Jasper Forest, have been heralded by some as one of the most significant advancements in storage in the last decade.
IDC analyst Noemi Greyzdorf looks at alternatives ranging from scale-out file-based systems to traditional tape archives.
Conventional wisdom dictates that SLC technology is the only type of NAND flash suitable for enterprise-class SSDs. However, that line of thought is changing.
Despite the predictions of some in the storage industry, the limitations of lithography will keep the flash market from overtaking hard drives.
Anobit claims a breakthrough in low-cost solid state drives that has eluded other SSD makers.
Primary says its primary data reduction technology bests NetApp in performance and capacity.
Panasas and IBM are just two of the storage vendors turning to an old idea to improve RAID rebuild times.
Drive reliability and bandwidth limitations make cloud storage a near impossibility for very large data stores.
What do you get when you put ZFS, OpenSolaris and Debian together? For open source storage vendor Nexenta, it's a new enterprise storage approach that's winning converts.
The PCI Express 3.0 specification will finally be released in the third quarter, but don't expect products for another year or so.
The clustered file system will remain open source, but paid support for version 2.0 will require new hardware.
Nimbus Data Systems has unveiled an all-SSD data storage array that the company claims is the first of its kind for enterprise storage.
It's sure to provoke debate, but here are our nominations for the coolest SSD implementations.
By acquiring the object-based storage software maker, NetApp adds another piece to its growing unified storage portfolio.
Issues like wear leveling and your SAS or RAID controller will determine whether SSDs succeed in your storage networking environment.
There are many reliability and performance issues to consider before adding SSDs to your enterprise storage networking environment.
Holographic data storage has yet to achieve commercial viability despite decades of development efforts.
Phase change memory could be the technology that moves the data storage industry from HDDs to solid state drives.
SSDs can improve database and file system performance, but there are a number of issues that need to be addressed to make the most of the pricey drives.
The TRIM space-saving command will be in every SSD by mid-year, one analyst predicts.
Security and data protection are top enterprise needs, according to the software vendor, while clouds are the lowest priority.
Data storage vendors compete in the emerging market for automated tiered storage.
New technologies like phase change memory could make storage networks irrelevant unless the industry bands together to address I/O bottlenecks.