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STORAGE PRODUCT NEWS: Toshiba Memory is the first vendor to introduce vSAS, a new class of SSD that is expected to replace enterprise SATA SSDs in most server applications.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: In a significant storage announcement, IBM also said it will introduce support for the industry standard Container Storage Interface in the second quarter.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: We present several examples of efficient and sustainable energy innovations that are transforming the data center industry from a power-guzzler to one of energy efficiency.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: The flexibility and customizability of the new offerings is impressive. Intel’s focus on workload-specific solutions reflects OEMs’ (and their customers) increasing interest in integrated, optimized systems.
The new Optane memory H10 with solid-state storage will improve the performance of thin-and-light notebooks like two-in-ones and mini-PCs.
eWEEK DATA POINTS: There are lots of functions currently being conducted in the cloud. One of them that doesn't get a lot of attention is document capture, something every business has to handle.
NEW-PRODUCT ANALYSIS: At Cloud Next 2019, Google took the covers off its multi-cloud platform, Anthos, that promises to make multi-cloud environments a reality
Google wants to bridge the gap and complexity of managing the cloud and on-premises applications with Anthos, a hybrid cloud platform based on the earlier Google Cloud Services.
Google aims to boost the utility and features of its Google Cloud Platform by partnering with seven leading open-source providers of cloud services and also released Cloud Run, the latest member of Google’s serverless compute stack.
JOIN US: This is a chat-based conversation about how we realistically are going to be storing our business and personal data in places where it will be safe and accessible for years to come. Can the cloud handle all of this? Doubtful.
NEW-PRODUCT NEWS: The new appliances solve a specific business problem for organizations that lack local recovery infrastructure. Without that infrastructure, even small outages of a single machine force more complex remote recoveries, which can increase downtime and reduce technician efficiency.