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Object and File Storage Have Merged, But Product Differences Remain, Gartner Says

November 1, 2022

Companies that were looking to store tens of petabytes of unstructured data previously had two main flavors of storage they could turn to: object storage and di Read more…

Panasas Debuts New Products as It Emphasizes Storage Software in Business Shift

May 4, 2022

Panasas started off specializing in storage hardware, but more than 20 years on, the company is placing a big bet on its software stack to meet storage needs for high-performance applications. The company on Wednesday introduced new storage products called ActiveStor Ultra XL and ActiveStor Flash for high-performance computing and artificial intelligence applications. The products are built on the company’s PanFS file... Read more…

SC22

December 8, 2021

Being part of the SC Conference enhances your career – whether you are presenting new research, showcasing innovative work or practices, helping teach the nex Read more…

Micron Launches PCIe4 SSDs for the Datacenter

October 6, 2021

Micron today introduced its 7400 series solid state drives (SSDs), a new family of fourth-generation PCIe-based NVMe devices that should give datacenter operato Read more…

Pengchen Lab’s MadFS and Intel’s DAOS Shine in Latest IO500

July 7, 2021

An increasingly watched benchmark is the IO500 which measures storage system performance with an updated IO500 list released twice a year in concert with ISC an Read more…

DDN Announces EXAScaler 6, Insight 4.0, and Expanded Channel Services

July 1, 2021

Storage supplier DDN today made several announcements across its product line. Foremost was introduction of EXAScaler 6, the latest version of its Lustre-based Read more…

Excelero Brings Its NVMesh Storage to Azure Public Cloud

April 28, 2021

Software-defined storage vendor Excelero has been helping customers share NVMe storage across networks both on-premises or in private clouds for years, but now, Read more…

Intel Touts Optane Performance, Teases Next-gen “Crow Pass”

January 5, 2021

Competition to leverage new memory and storage hardware with new or improved software to create better storage/memory schemes has steadily gathered steam during Read more…

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