Current Headlines

  1. E8 Storage Announces Partnership With ThinkParQ To Deliver High Performance File Storage Infrastructure For Data Intensive Workloads
    4/9/2019

    E8 Storage and ThinkParQ announced a technology partnership to enable the integration of the leading parallel cluster file system, BeeGFS®, with E8 Storage’s NVMe-oF solution. The combined solution will offer customers new levels of improved performance and scalability for data intensive workloads

  2. cielo24 Enhances Their Cloud Storage Support And Bulk Upload Features
    3/29/2019

    cielo24, the first online provider of video captions and transcripts, has enhanced their link support to all major online, cloud-based storage platforms, as well as adding bulk upload functionality to their Self Serve web app (previously only available for Enterprise accounts)

  3. Netronome Advances Cloud, Hyperscale Server And Storage Infrastructure Performance And Security With New 50GbE OCP-Based SmartNICs
    3/14/2019

    OCP GLOBAL SUMMIT 2019 – Netronome, a leader in high-performance intelligent networking solutions, recently unveiled its Agilio CX 50GbE SmartNICs in OCP Mezzanine 2.0 form factor with line-rate advanced cryptography and 2GB onboard DDR memory

  4. Caringo To Showcase Object Storage For On-Demand M&E Workflows At NAB Show
    3/14/2019

    Caringo, Inc. today announced that it will return to the upcoming National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas, April 8–11, 2019, Booth SL13310. The masthead Caringo product Swarm, a content-focused storage platform, provides organizations with secure access, distribution and long-term retention

  5. Toshiba Memory Corporation Adds 2.5-Inch Form Factor Products To Its Line-Up Of Data Center NVMe SSDs
    3/14/2019

    Toshiba Memory Corporation, the world leader in memory solutions, has enhanced the product line of its XD5 Series of data center NVMe SSDs for hyper-scale and cloud applications by adding products with a 2.5-inch form factor

  6. Samsung Launches Highest-Capacity Mobile DRAM To Accommodate Next-generation Smartphones
    3/13/2019

    Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, recently announced that it has begun mass producing the highest-capacity mobile DRAM – the industry’s first 12-gigabyte (GB) low-power double data rate 4X (LPDDR4X) package – optimized for tomorrow’s premium smartphones

  7. ATP Prevents DDR3 Supply Shortage With New Own-Built DDR3 8 Gbit Components And Modules
    3/12/2019

    ATP Electronics, the leading manufacturer of “Industrial Only” memory and storage solutions, has announced its commitment to provide its own high-density DDR3 8 Gbit components to ensure the steady supply of DDR3 memory, especially for customers in the networking and embedded industries that are yet unable to upgrade to latest-generation platforms immediately

  8. MetroEDGE Selects ClearSky Data To Provide Self-Protecting Storage-As-A-Service For Its National Grid Of Edge-Based Metro Clouds
    3/12/2019

    ClearSky Data, provider of on-demand primary storage with built-in offsite backup and disaster recovery (DR) as a service, has been selected by MetroEDGE, an edge-based cloud services company, to provide self-protecting storage-as-a-service to customers in the national grid of edge based metro cloud

  9. SwiftStack Announces World’s First Multi-Cloud AI/ML Data Management Solution
    3/12/2019

    SwiftStack, the leader in multi-cloud data storage and management, recently announced a new customer-proven edge-to-core-to-cloud solution that supports large-scale Artificial Intelligence/Machine and Deep Learning (AI/ML/DL) workflows

  10. Mellanox Introduces Breakthrough NVMe SNAP Technology To Simplify Composable Storage
    3/12/2019

    Mellanox Technologies, Ltd., a leading supplier of high-performance, end-to-end interconnect solutions for data center servers and storage systems, recently announced NVMe SNAP (Software-defined, Network Accelerated Processing), a storage virtualization solution for public cloud, private cloud and enterprise computing