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SSD Vendors: Which Will Win?

July 16, 2013 07:44 PM
As the SSD market consolidates, companies that run flash foundries and established storage vendors may have the edge.

DIY Storage Part 4: Building Redundancy

July 16, 2013 02:08 PM
In building my own SAN to meet some storage needs at work, I figured out how to overcome problems on the path to redundancy and high availability. Here's what I learned works for creating a HA array.

Cavium SoCs Promise Fast, Cheap IT Hardware

June 12, 2013 12:10 PM
Relentless miniaturization will fuel a new generation of low-cost network and storage appliances with enterprise features and performance.

DIY Storage Part 3: Pricing Pitfalls

May 28, 2013 01:20 PM
In building my own SAN as a pilot project at work, I learned firsthand about how vendors can make it difficult to budget creatively. Here are some of the roadblocks I ran into (and workarounds to avoid them) when trying to reduce storage costs.

False Disk Drive Failures Are a Real Problem

March 26, 2013 01:34 PM
New information shows disk drives report false failures with alarming frequency. False failures have real costs for data center operators. Here’s what the industry can do about it.

More Changes in the SSD Market

June 27, 2012 11:04 AM
Acquisitions and integrations are making for an interesting time in the SSD market. Get some thoughts on PMC-Sierra, DensBits and other SSD controller makers in the news.

Combining SSD Cache and Virtual Storage Appliances

June 06, 2012 12:56 PM
Is it time to consider combining a RAID controller with a virtual storage appliance for shared storage? Our blogger says maybe.

SSD Opportunity & Threat To Storage Vendors

April 11, 2012 09:00 AM
In part two of our examination of the state of enterprise SSDs/flash storage, we look at the implications for vendors, a mix of new and existing companies seeking to capitalize on a large and growing opportunity.

SSDs Continue Enterprise Penetration

April 04, 2012 09:00 AM
Flash/solid-state disk (SSD) drives are changing the way enterprise storage vendors are developing their products, says Gary Watson, CTO of disk-based data storage systems provider Nexsan, which just came out with its NST-Series of unified storage systems. The release follows LSI’s ongoing transition from spinning disks to solid state with its latest Nytro products, which are focused on bringing flash into the server. And in February, EMC announced that its PCIe/flash-based server cache technology, VFCache, is now available.

LSI Goes All Flashy

April 03, 2012 12:50 PM
LSI has made several moves in the past few months that make it clear the company wants to evolve with the storage market as it makes the transition from spinning disks to solid state. LSI's latest solid-state products, the Nytro line, concentrate on bringing flash into the server, a transition I'm especially interested in. The company has also announced the first tool I’ve seen to help you figure out how flash can speed up your applications.

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