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Seagate built a whopping 60TB SSD that it aims ship next year

Nobody expected this: Seagate has announced a monster 60TB solid-state drive -- the highest capacity SSD to date -- that could ship next year.

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IT managers critique enterprise flash-storage products

Storage administrators in the IT Central Station community identify the best, and worst, features of flash array systems from HPE, Tintri, NetApp, Pure Storage, Nimble Storage, EMC and Kaminario.

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17% off SanDisk Connect Wireless Stick 200GB - Deal Alert

A flash drive, reinvented. With the SanDisk Connect Stick in your pocket, in your bag or across the room, you can wirelessly access your media or transfer large files, stream HD videos and music, and save and share photos and videos...


Brocade’s Gen 6 Fibre Channel meets the needs of a digital world

Reports of Fibre Channel’s death are greatly exaggerated. The network storage technology is very much alive, as witnessed by Brocade’s new Gen 6 Fibre Channel directors.

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Seagate will cut 6,500 staff despite uptick in hard disk demand

Seagate Technology will cut about 6,500 jobs worldwide, or 14 percent of its workforce, it said Monday.


58% off RAVPower FileHub Wireless Hard Drive, WiFi Bridge & Sharing Media Streamer - Deal Alert

This action packed file hub is highly rated, and dramatically discounted now on Amazon.


New products of the week 6.6.16

Our roundup of intriguing new products from companies such as Arbor Networks and Data Dynamics.

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Backup and recovery tools: Users identify the good, bad and ugly

Enterprise IT staffers in the IT Central Station community identify the most valuable features of data backup and recovery products -- from Veeam, Acronis, HPE and IBM -- and the areas that need improvement.


AMD gets back into SSDs with value Radeon R3 drives

AMD is jumping back into the SSD market with Radeon drives for laptops and desktops.

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Users describe pros and cons of hyperconverged storage products

Enterprise users weigh in on their favorite features and offer suggestions for improvement.

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Intel claims storage supremacy

Intel, in addition to showing off its blazing-fast 3C XPoint Optane drives, also said its 3D NAND will be able to squeeze 1TB of storage into a 1.5mm thick drive by next year.

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SSD shootout: PCI Express blows away SATA and M.2 in throughput testing

For the better part of a decade now, the traditional interface for hard drives has been Serial ATA (SATA). With the advent of the solid state drive (SSD), new interfaces have come into play designed to speed up throughput, because the...

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Splunk cuts storage costs, rolls out new visualization tools

It's all about making analytics cheaper, and offering it from one vendor.

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Intel's new super-fast SSDs feature 3D NAND

Intel promised super fast and high-capacity SSDs with 3D NAND chips last year, and the company announces the first of those drives Thursday.

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EMC has locked down ScaleIO with its biggest update yet

EMC has added features to ScaleIO to meet the needs of plus-size customers like banks and telecommunications carriers that are adopting the software-defined storage system.

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Pure Storage wants to continue stellar growth by broadening product line

Pure Storage raised eyebrows with its IPO documents last year. Revenue growth was stratosheric and the company is releasing products today to try and continue on that path.

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These technologies will blow the lid off data storage

Data storage manufacturers have repeatedly come up against walls in their quest for ever larger drives and faster performance. And each time, new technology allows them to scale those walls and keep going. They're about to do it again....

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SSD prices plummet again, close in on HDDs

Consumer-grade SSDs saw a 12% price decline over just the past quarter. Based on DRAMeXchange’s analysis, the price difference between 128GB SSD and 500GB HDDs will shrink to less than $3 in this year.

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