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Lexar's back in business following Longsys acquisition
Lexar is back and heading into full production mode over the next few months, and will once again be shipping globally to major retailers in Asia Pacific, EMEA, and North America.
EMEA’s external storage market humming along with double-digit growth
The external storage systems market in the region is in good stead, with some sectors doing better than others.
Lenovo and NetApp form global strategic partnership
They plan to produce a range of new storage products that combine NetApp’s all-flash data management solutions with Lenovo infrastructure.
Pure Storage unveils brand new global partner program
The new program will include new training, certifications, support and incentives for the company’s global partner base.
Innodisk tackles SSD data retention challenges in high temperature
Testing shows that the data retention of standard MLC flash decreases 168-fold when moving from 40°C to 85°C.
Renesas unveils the world’s first on-chip flash memory microcontroller
The new MCU series also features a built-in flash memory of up to 16 megabytes.
Kaminario taps ECS Computers to support Asia expansion
“The appointment underscores our commitment to Singapore which serves as our springboard into the rest of the region,” - Kaminario CRO.
Vexata emerges after 3 years in ‘stealth mode’ to launch revolutionary product
The company was founded by a flash-storage executive who left Dell EMC in 2013 because he sought to solve an underlying active-data problem.
Excelero adds persistent container storage for Kubernetes pods
Container users need persistent storage that is scalable enough for stateful applications yet also offers mobility to protect against drive failures.
HPE unveils new flash storage portfolio for hybrid IT
Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) have announced a comprehensive flash portfolio update with new products and data protection solutions.
SoftBank says goodbye to HDD & hello to Western Digital's all-flash storage
SoftBank Corp has taken Western Digital's InfiniFlash technology to the core of its software-defined storage and has ditched the HDD/SSD approach.
Three roadblocks stopping your customers from realising the benefits of flash storage
It used to be that the major roadblock to flash storage adoption was cost – the price-point of flash made it cost prohibitive for all but the most mis
Businesses look to improve data centre performance with All Flash Arrays
Violin Memory has announced it has experienced widespread adoption of its All Flash Arrays in the Asia-Pacific region in the span of just a year.
IBM and SanDisk collaborate on all-flash storage solution
“These solutions will be designed to break new ground and make all-flash storage exceedingly cost-effective for a wide range of use cases."
EMC updates flagship enterprise storage platform
"The storage industry is changing, both extensively and rapidly."
Nimble jumps into all-flash storage with predictive arrays
Nimble Storage has jumped into the all-flash array market, with a new series of predictive all flash arrays it claims 'leapfrog' the competition.
Big changes taking place in the SME NAS market
Hybrid storage arrays, increased use of flash storage, cloud-based NAS and big data analytics are significantly impacting the SMB NAS market.
X-IO puts flash in storage with SSD/Flash Product of the Year win
X-IO Technologies, which has expanded its local distribution deal with Westcon-Comstor, has won SSD/Flash Product of the Year at the SVC Awards.
Dicker Data gets Nimble with storage
Dicker Data has been appointed a second distributor for Nimble Storage in ANZ, in a deal which provides a strong attach opportunity for resellers.
Whitepaper: How to explain why IT security needs more budget
Do you want to convince your higher-ups that IT and security need more budget?
Whitepaper: Why it’s critical to detect cyber attacks as they happen
"Many organisations are struggling to keep pace with the speed in which hackers are attacking their systems."
Whitepaper: How to make sure your security architecture keeps up with surging network speeds
The annual cost of cybercrime is expected to exceed US$6t by 2021 with a large contributor being the sheer amount of data that requires processing.
The six golden keys to successful identity assurance
When someone tries to access your internal systems, how can you be sure a user is who they claim to be?