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HighPoint Innovates SSD7101 Assimilate with Samsung 960 NVMe SSDs

HighPoint announced new SSD7101 drive solutions, which unleash the true performance potential of Samsung 960 NVMe (Non-Volatile Memory Express) M.2 SSD's (solid state drive). The SSD7101 Drive...

GridGain Professional Edition 2.0 Highlights Restructured Off-Heap Memory Architecture for Boosted SSD and Flash Memory-based Persistence and Adds DDL to Further Strengthen SQL Support

GridGain Systems announced the availability of GridGain Professional Edition 2.0, a fully supported version of Apache Ignite 2.0. GridGain Professional Edition 2.0 includes new functionality that...

SolidFire Introduces the SF9605 Node and FlashForward Program

SolidFire continues to disrupt the flash market with a new member to its SF Series – the SF9605. The SF9605 offers 34.5TB effective capacity and 50,000 predictable IOPS, furthering...

Kroll Ontrack survey says SSD adoption high but not infallible

Data recovery vendor Kroll Ontrack says a recent SSD technology use survey revealed the popularity of the use of SSDs in organizations with 90 percent citing the use of SSD for its performance and...

Dell escalates AFA price war with SC4030

Dell throws a new all flash array (AFA) aimed squarely at the midmarket that the vendors claim is the lowest price option for businesses strapped for cash. The Dell Storage SC4020 array includes 24...

Playing the Flash Wars

Not all flash are created equal! This is the common message from three vendors we approached recently: Dell, Pure Storage and Tegile Systems. Dell is what you’d call traditional storage vendors...

SanDisk aims for enterprise market with X300 SSD and STAR program

Synonymous with the consumer flash marketplace, SanDisk is launching the X300 SSD leveraging the company’s nCache 2.0 two-tiered caching architecture and X3, three bit-per-cell technology, to...

Seagate Nytro PCIe flash accelerator cards for high density environments and competitive performance

Seagate's Nytro XP6302 card is a low profile, high bandwidth application acceleration solution for high data loads while reducing complexity, cost and datacenter space requirements. It uses a...

Carbon2 from Diablo Technologies to support DDR4

Diablo Technologies launched its second generation Memory Channel Storage platform called Carbon2, designed to support industry-standard DDR4 interface. Diablo’s DDR4-compatible design...

Atomic PCIe cards built for zero latency apps

This is one of those superfluous press releases interspersed with adjectives like “unparalleled” or “breakthrough” or “foundational” or “hyperscale”...

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