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New solid-state disk targets read-intensive cloud workloads, won't be generally available until this fall.
Storing clean data is a critical ingredient for businesses to do accurate analyses, yet many enterprises are still relying on manual and inefficient processes to clean and prepare it.
New company has launched updates to its data-infrastructure portfolio, which include a new lineup of all-flash and hybrid flash/HDD systems and integrated artificial intelligence-powered analytics and IT automation software.
Free service enables customers to test and/or accelerate Cloudian HyperStore object storage validation in the cloud.
Pivot3 was a major contributor to Charleston (S.C.) International Airport's recent $200 million upgrade project: the Terminal Redevelopment and Improvement Program.
Among the Neo4j 3.4 database enhancements are horizontal scaling, 3D geospatial search, performance improvements of more than 50 percent and numerous operational improvements.
VIDEO: At KubeCon and CloudNativeCon EU 2018, Bassam Tabbara, CEO of Upbound, discusses the Cloud Native Computing Foundation's Rook cloud storage orchestration project and the multi-cloud future his company is hoping to enable.
VMware also joined in at Dell Technologies World show by unveiling a broad portfolio of network virtualization products based on its NSX technology.
Body-worn cameras, dash cam and static surveillance are causing video sprawl, exploding storage needs and its costs. Law enforcement agencies are being squeezed for more efficient storage.
Company's software for petabyte-scale cloud storage deployments is used by service providers to deploy storage-as-a-service offerings, email providers to store emails for millions of users and by Web services providers to manage billions of files.
New products include a 450-pound, ballistically hardened “data bunker” storage appliance and cloud-based data-protection software. The company had not been in the cloud-software business previously.
Instead of taking a standard server and slicing it up into smaller pieces for individual applications, TidalScale aggregates computing power from various commodity-type boxes from within a system and puts it all into a single computing lake of DRAM.