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Mac-Ready Pegasus3 Desktop RAID Solutions From Promise

In a move that addresses new Mac owners by providing them with the capacity and performance needed for the most demanding projects, Promise Technology, Inc. announced the addition of four models to its lineup of Pegasus desktop RAID storage system. The Pegasus3 R4, R6 and R8 models feature more capacity - 16, 36 and 64 [...]

By | 2017-06-15T16:18:11+00:00 |Financial|Comments Off on Mac-Ready Pegasus3 Desktop RAID Solutions From Promise

Barracuda Refreshes Appliance Line & Expands Capacity

Today Barracuda announced that it was refreshing its portfolio of Backup products. Barracuda Backup is the line of products that comprise its data protection solutions. Barracuda states that the refreshed line will have more capacity (up to 100% on some models), better performance, and ransomware recovery. barracuda read morePowered by WPeMatico

By | 2017-02-01T17:23:48+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on Barracuda Refreshes Appliance Line & Expands Capacity

Lexar Announces A 512GB Professional 3500x CFast 2.0 Card

Today Lexar announced the latest version of its Professional 3500x CFast 2.0 card, this time doubling the capacity to 512GB. The new card comes with a massive capacity and speeds fast enough to make it ideal for cinematographers, filmmakers, and content creators especially those that are capturing 4K and ProRes video as well as RAW photos. Along with [...]

By | 2017-01-31T19:30:33+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on Lexar Announces A 512GB Professional 3500x CFast 2.0 Card

NetApp Releases New AFA To Improve Data Center Economics

Today NetApp announced a new all-flash array (AFA) that they are calling the industry’s top- performing enterprise AFA, the All Flash FAS (AFF) A700s. Along with the new AFA, NetApp is releasing its new efficiency guarantee, the All-Flash Guarantee. According to NetApp, this guarantee gives users performance without compromise to meet the demands of the [...]

By | 2017-01-31T18:08:39+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on NetApp Releases New AFA To Improve Data Center Economics

HP Release 2 New Mobile Thin Clients

Today HP announced two new mobile thin clients: the HP mt43, the company’s thinnest, lightest mobile thin client and the HP mt20, a value-oriented mobile thin client. The new mobile thin clients are designed to be flexible and make on-the-go-computing easier. HP states that its new mobile thin clients can be used across a range [...]

By | 2017-01-31T17:07:01+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on HP Release 2 New Mobile Thin Clients

Micron 5100 ECO SSD Review

The Micron 5100 SSD family is the new series of SATA SSDs aimed at data-center adoption. Micron has released three flavors for specific use cases: the ECO for read-intensive workloads such as video streaming, the PRO for latency-sensitive transactional databases, and the MAX for write-intensive logging applications. All of the drives come in two form [...]

By | 2017-01-31T05:02:00+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on Micron 5100 ECO SSD Review

Toshiba Moves To Split Off Memory Business

All industries have companies that float up and down within them. A new company, such a Violin Memory, can shoot up to the top in a given niche within the industry, all-flash arrays, only to be facing their demise a few years later. Toshiba has been a major player in the storage arena for a [...]

By | 2017-01-30T21:16:01+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on Toshiba Moves To Split Off Memory Business

HP Z2 Mini Workstation Review

The HP Z2 Mini workstation is exactly what the name implies; it's a tiny workstation that looks more like a thin client than a full-fledged workstation. Make no mistake though, despite the diminutive  size, the Z2 Mini is still packed with everything most creative and design professionals need. Inside the case there's an NVIDIA Quadro [...]

By | 2017-01-27T20:44:47+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on HP Z2 Mini Workstation Review

The Final Nail In Violin’s Coffin Gets Bent, Goes In Crooked

We have been covering Violin Memory for years now at StorageReview. While we reported on several of their releases and even reviewed their WFA-64 Windows Flash Array, our recent reporting has leaned more toward their financial woes. Last month Violin threw in the towel and filed for Chapter 11. It looks as though the Violin saga is [...]

By | 2017-01-27T18:43:29+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on The Final Nail In Violin’s Coffin Gets Bent, Goes In Crooked

VMware Reports 4Q & Full-Year Earnings & vSAN Hits 7K Customers

Today VMware Inc. reported both its fourth quarter earnings for 2016 as well as its full year results. VMware is one of the top players in the virtualization and cloud business mobility. Not only is VMware reporting some terrific earnings numbers, they are also announcing 7,000 customers for the Hyper-Converged, software powered infrastructure solution vSAN. vmware [...]

By | 2017-01-26T23:29:59+00:00 |Financial, Storage News|Comments Off on VMware Reports 4Q & Full-Year Earnings & vSAN Hits 7K Customers