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Not a shaggy dog story: Software-defined storage inside $300m Softbank pet project

'Uber for dogwalkers' app apparently a thing...

Scality swallows $60m to tame the multi-cloud data management beast

Analysis And they're not the only software-defined object storage biz ready to cash in

Slick HCI trick: VMware smooths off vSAN's rough edges

Wants to hang on to sales dominance

Three storage hardware devices, a cash raise and Oracle gets blocked

MicroSD cam flash cards, cheap NAS filers and costly prosumer flash drives

Was April 10th 'Add storage features to enterprise OSes day'?

RHEL 7.5 caught up on compression and Windows Server 2019 revealed storage migrations from older editions

Microsoft's Pelican brief, MAID in Azure* and femtosecond laser glass storage

Analysis Bleeding edges in the cloud

Hoth stuff: Broadcom readies refined fleet of Fibre Channel kit

More IO, less space, faster NVMe and better automation

Dell software limb Pivotal's IPO hopes: $592 million

Let's be honest, $100m was never going to cut it

'Disappearing' data under ZFS on Linux sparks small swift tweak

Updated Fix took three days and a rescue for stranded data is on the way

From far from good to good from AFA: Flash array floggers jostle for position

Analyst reveals some interesting tidbits

Another week, another fistful of storage nouns comin' at ya like a breeze block to the frontal lobe

From carbon nanotubes to cloud data grandstanding

The new Black: Western Dig doubles capacity on slimmed-down flasher

Beefs-up read speeds too

Pure Storage is to raise HALF a BEEELLLION DOLLARS for mystery corporate slurp

Storage biz wants to store a minnow in its bulging belly

Ahh, long weekend. Refreshed? Great, now purge yourself with all the storage you missed

Inexorable tape density, super-fast NVMe drives, and more backup than you can handle

Up the stack with you: Microsoft's Denali project flashes skinny SSD controllers

Analysis The goal? Commoditise the data centre NVMe SSD world

You bet your DRaaS: Infinidat squeezes out new backup, array and cloud compute products

Four-piece suite coming for IT wallets

A platterful of storage nuggets to spin your disks and fry your bits

Roundup Two former Violinists are back on the scene, as is SymbolicIO under new name

NAND chips are going to stay too pricey for flash to slit disk's throat...

Analysis For a while at least... spinning rust is going to stick around

DRAM, we've shifted a lot of kit, mumbles profit-munching chip firm Micron

Second quarter results up nearly 60% from last year

WekaIO pulls some Matrix kung fu on SPEC file system benchmark

Like a bat out of parallel...

Seagate's HAMR to drop in 2020: Multi-actuator disk drives on the way

Fast and slow high-cap disk lines coming

Three's a cloud: Toshiba picks its NVMe over Fabrics storage node

Kumoscale software presents fabric access NVMe flash drives virtually

None of my flash rivals NVMe: Analyst spills tea on who's who in fabric-access NVMe arrays

Array types, riders and runners

He He He: Seagate's gasbag Exos spinner surges up to 14TB

Technical gubbins still mostly under wraps

Cold cuts from Infinidat, Pivot3 and Pavilion Data, plus some dish on ex-Docker boss

Roundup Storage mezze to start your week

VMware ponders baking backup into VSAN

And disaster recovery too, by painting a target on AWS

Anyone fancy testing the 'unlimited' drive writes claim on Nimbus Data's 100TB whopper SSD?

Samsung, Toshiba sulking in 30TB tiddler territory

When I'm 64: Toshiba Memory Corp woos data centres with a little TLC... SSD trio

64-layer TLC 3D-NAND tech is ca(t)ching on

To Infinity Storage... and beyond! Cloudian gobbles Italian minnow

Slurps HyperFile chum for file, cloud storage gateway chops

Who knew? Fabric access NVMe arrays can work with Spectrum Scale

Case study Parallel access filesystem for disks gets new life

Blackout at Samsung NAND factory destroys chunk of global supply

Just what the world needs after a year of component shortages

Beleaguered all-flash flinger Tintri appoints new CEO

Tom Barton takes reins from Ken Klein

Oozing with info, glazed with love: Treat yourself to a storage doughnut

All the calories you need but never knew you wanted

We three kings of Dell EMC are; bigging up storage we traverse AFA

Analysis Execs tell earnings call how they will rescue unit

Rant launches Eric Raymond's next project: open-source the UPS

Batteries suck, chargers suck, monitoring sucks: surely we can do better than this

Mum? Dad? Can I have a 3D XPoint disk for my birthday?

Why, yes, junior, now that Intel's released new models for mainstream PCs

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