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Veritas upgrades NetBackup for interoperability with cloud providers

Veritas Technologies says NetBackup 7.7 includes features that expand the effectiveness of backup and recovery operations that utilize cloud storage services, adding support for new cloud providers...

HP and Intel to bolster HPC collaboration

Hewlett Packard and Intel announced that they are forming an alliance to make high-performance computing (HPC) more accessible to enterprises via best practices and tailored hardware. The companies...

IBM-Nvidia-US DoE to build new supercomputer centres

IBM will team up with Nvidia and the U.S. Department of Energy to launch two new supercomputer centres of excellence. These efforts primarily revolve around making sure applications can take...

Altera design doubles life of NAND Flash

Aldera has developed a storage reference design based on its Arria 10 SoCs that doubles the life of NAND flash and can increase the number of program-erase cycles by up to 7X compared to current NAND...

DSA Guide to planned and affordable Data Recovery supported by Kroll Ontrack

This is the second time we have collaborated with Kroll on a DSA guide. Kroll are the undisputed leader in data recovery. People often think backup is the last line of defence,...

Dell Software enhances deduplication appliances

Dell Software has released a major update to its DR Series of deduplication appliances, including a host of performance and scalability upgrades, as well as the addition of encryption at rest...

Barracuda adds cloud to cloud backup as a service

IDC says 647 petabytes (PB) of purpose-built backup appliance (PBBA) capacity was shipped last quarter, a 32.3 percent year-over-year increase. IDC's Liz Conner, research manager of the...

MapR 5 now supports Hadoop for real-time apps

Organisations are increasingly deploying multiple applications on a single Hadoop Cluster, with 18% of MapR customers deploying over 50 separate applications on a single cluster. MapR Technologies...

Nexsan E-Series storage gets smart

Because hard drives will fail at some point in their lifecycle, storage admins often have to keep several spare drives in store to call upon in the event of a drive failure. But each time a drive...

SolidFire adds data assurance feature to Element OS V8

All flash array vendor SolidFire announced version 8 of its Element operating system (codename: Oxygen) adds data assurance functionality that reduces operational overhead and risk with advanced data...

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