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Western Digital Acquires sTec; SSD Shakeout Begins

June 24, 2013 03:02 PM
Western Digital announced that its HGST subsidiary will acquire solid state disk manufacturer sTec for $340 million. It's a clear signal the SSD market is ready to consolidate.

Flash Balances The Books With Atomic Writes

June 20, 2013 01:58 PM
Flash is a great fit for applications that rely on atomic writes, such as finance and inventory, where data values have to be correct immediately.

Dell VRTX Rethinks Blade Servers

June 06, 2013 01:58 PM
Dell's VRTX converged infrastructure uses PCIe switch slots instead of a conventional blade chassis with mezzanine cards to give customers more flexibility and choice.

Fusion-io Leaders Step Down in Executive-Suite Turmoil

May 16, 2013 12:46 PM
Fusion-io CEO David Flynn and CMO Rick White have departed the flash memory company just weeks after acquiring NexGen Storage, a startup. Reports say Fusion-io's board wasn't satisfied with revenue growth.

Fusion-io Buys Hybrid Startup NexGen

April 25, 2013 02:17 PM
Fusion-io, a maker of PCIe flash cards, announced it was acquiring hybrid storage array startup NexGen, which sells a flash-optimized system. Fusion-io will sell NexGen’s software directly to integrators.

Seagate Flashes $40 Million for Virident PCIe Cards

January 29, 2013 09:53 AM
Seagate announced a $40 million investment in Virident, which makes flash-based PCIe cards for servers. The move underlines the broad expansion of flash storage into multiple sectors of the enterprise market.

Intel, Fusion-io Embrace Open Compute

January 24, 2013 05:05 PM
Intel announced innovations in optical interconnects at the Open Compute summit, while Fusion-io embraced Open Compute’s spirit by providing the design of its new ioScale flash card to the open source community.

Fusion-io Puts a Little Flash Into Cisco Blades to Boost Productivity

June 13, 2012 10:50 AM
The company says ioMemory in Cisco Unified Computing System Servers will amplify in-server performance and cut latency.

HP ProLiant Serves Up Entry-Level, Vendor-Ecosystem News

May 15, 2012 09:00 AM
HP continues ProLiant Gen8 server refresh with entry-level and blade offerings from AMD and Intel and a vendor ecosystem that includes Emulex and Seagate.

Kaminario’s K2 Climbs the SSD Storage Performance Mountain

March 09, 2012 09:00 AM
One of the most exciting development areas for the ICT (information and communications technology) industry is in the attempt to address the I/O gap challenge, whereby servers are often frustrated in their attempts to read and write data as fast as they would like from traditional storage. Various approaches using solid-state devices (SSDs) are targeting the problem. Innumerable smaller companies have been attempting to address the I/O gap, and more recently large IT vendors--notably, EMC with its VFCache and IBM with SSD caching for its XIV storage systems--have been joining the fray. The smaller vendors want to shout out, "Don’t forget about us!" Many of those companies are worth paying attention to, including Kaminario, which has a clear and solid vision.

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