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Flash storage
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
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Application Performance Monitoring / APM
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.
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Storage
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."
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Storage
EMC updates flagship enterprise storage platform
The storage industry is changing, both extensively and rapidly.
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Storage
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.
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Big Data
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.
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Storage
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.
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Storage
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.
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Flash
The Four Fastest USB 3.0 Flash Drives, Now Shipping from SuperTalent
Sequential read and write speeds only show how a drive will perform when copying large files.
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Kingston
Easy transfer
Available immediately, the new USB readers ship with either a 1GB or 2GB capacity microSD card.