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Mellanox takes NVMe/TCP and RoCE fabrics to new heights
ConnectX SmartNICs and BlueField I/O processing units (IPUs) are first 200Gb/s adapters to support NVMe-oF over TCP and RoCE as well as IPsec and TLS security acceleration.
Hitachi Vantara redefines the world of enterprise storage
Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series and new Hitachi Ops Center software takes speed and flexibility to a new level.
Zadara adds NVMe-as-a-service to enterprise storage platform
Zadara upgraded its fully managed enterprise storage-as-a-service (STaaS) platform to include critical enhancements such as NVMe.
Excelero expands options for all-flash storage in HA servers
Excelero has launched new software for creating NVMe All-Flash Arrays (NAFAs) that leverage traditional controller-based high availability (HA) storage architectures.
Western Digital updates flash data centre systems portfolio
IntelliFlash family additions and OS 3.10 enhancements deliver industry’s highest performing NVMe all-flash arrays.
Huawei unveils new additions to its all-flash storage family
According to the tech giant, enterprises around the world are scrambling to future-proof their infrastructure, resulting in a boom in all-flash storage.
Why NVMe is headed for the mainstream this year
NVMe enables compute and storage to engage in massively parallel communication, so everything moves faster.
Crucial launches P1 NVMe Solid State Drive
The SSD uses a PCIe port to provide a faster and more reliable read/write.
Hands–on review: Corsair’s latest MP510 NVMe SSD defies expectations
It features a third-party Phison controller, which isn’t found in many other NVMe drives.
Dell EMC releases new modular infrastructure to ‘grow’ with the data center
Dell EMC purports it to be the first modular infrastructure architecture that has been developed to easily adapt to future technologies.
Supermicro reveals latest data centre and cloud solutions
The result is up to 60% hardware acquisition cost savings, less power consumption and less e-waste during technology refresh cycles.
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.
Build your own software-defined data center with Supermicro's new offering
Supermicro RSD is pre-packaged and tightly integrated with other data center management software layers such as OpenStack.
Memblaze releases new product series - ready for hyperscale data center deployment
The company claims the PBlaze5 700 Series enables enterprise customers to quickly build next-generation high-performance and green data centers.
‘Disruptor in software-defined blocks storage’ awarded US patent
Excelero recently announced that it was assigned a US patent for the underlying technology to its NVMesh server SAN solution.
Pure Storage launches enterprise all-NVMe flash array
“Today, infrastructure underpins the number one priority we hear from our customers – The need to put their organisational data to work.”
Are you prepared for the future of data? Here’s some guidelines
The next leap forward in enterprise storage speed and consolidation is upon us - fail to prepare for it and you will prepare to fail.