Monthly Archives: April 2018

  • Dave Withers Named Board’s Director Digistor

    DIGISTOR, in secure data and storage solutions, announced that entrepreneur and investor Dave Withers has joined their board of directors. A veteran of multiple successful start-ups, He brings with him a 20-year track record of identifying disruptive technologies and building successful hardware and software businesses as both an operator and investor. He joins to assist the company through their unprecedented growth. He most recently served as VP of technology for global platform engineering at Dell/EMC. He joined Dell/EMC via the…

  • 75% of Organizations Lost Mission- or Business-Critical Data Past 2 Years – Druva/Forrester Consulting

    • Over 50% of the surveyed companies must protect and manage at least 1,000TB of data • 41% reporting an increase of more than 50% in the amount of data to be stored over the past two years • Over 75% of organizations have lost mission- or business-critical data over the past two years with 50% from the result of a ransomware attack Druva, Inc. announced the results of a new commissioned survey (1) conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf…

  • NAND Flash Prices to Decline

    The NAND flash market has witnessed a slight oversupply in 1Q18. The growth momentum remains weak in 2Q18 although the demand increases, according to DRAMeXchange, a division of TrendForce. It is expected that the slight oversupply in NAND flash market will remain and the prices will continue to decline. In the 2H18, the overall demand will increase due to the peak season. Demand in channel markets will also recover because of the lower prices. The growths in average NAND flash content per box for…

  • Data storage apps and services for the 2018 enterprise

    There are many new cutting-edge data storage apps and services available — and for good reason. Not only do these allow users to get quick and accurate insights, but they also allow for high-volume data storage, multi-platform compatibility and improved security — which are just a few of their benefits. But when considering new roles for data storage in any organization, it’s important to take a look at where exactly mobile fits into ever-growing enterprise data demands and the growing…

  • Today’s channel rundown

        Welcome to today’s channel rundown, containing vital news and analysis on the channel’s comings and goings. Read all about it below: Related articles   Google’s Chat Google has unveiled a new messaging system, Chat, designed to replace SMS text messages on Android phones. Chat will have modern messaging features, such as group texts, videos, typing indicators and read receipts, which are not available on SMS texts, and will reportedly be integrated with the default messages app on Android phones….

  • Pascal Le Cunff to Leave DataCore After 15 Years

    After 15 years at DataCore Software ending as director, South Europe, Pascal Le Cunff will leave the software company for “another challenge.” Formerly he was CEO of Enumancian Group, near Versailles, France, for 7 years, after being sales manager of Epsilon Informatique for 6 years. Note that he is member of  the council of French 900-people village Raizeux since a decade. Source: Pascal Le Cunff to Leave DataCore After 15 Years

  • This new Computer Memory may replace RAM and ROM

      We have seen the usage of RAM and ROM in our computers and smartphones for quite some time now. Just when we think we need a new technology to replace these memory technologies, we are blessed with a new one. ROM (Read-only-memory) is a common storage medium that is used with computers and other electronic devices. Just as the name indicates, data stored in the ROM is only for reading operations. It is either modified with extreme difficulty or…

  • A New Kind of Memory Could Make RAM and ROM Obsolete

    Like peanut butter and jelly, like salt and pepper, like that seemingly perfect couple you love (to hate), the two dominant types of computer memory truly complete one another. Read-only memory (ROM) makes sure our computers and smartphones know how to boot up. Random access memory (RAM), lets us run programs on those computers. In the past, that’s all we’ve needed. But now, a third type of computer memory is on the scene, and it’s capable doing everything on its own, plus a…

  • Mellanox: Fiscal 1Q18 Financial Results

    (in $ million) 1Q17 1Q18 Growth Revenue 188.7 251.0 33% Net income (loss) (12.2) 37.8 Mellanox Technologies, Ltd. announced financial results for its first quarter 2018 ended March 31, 2018. “Our record first quarter financial performance is the result of the successful execution of our growth strategy and a testament to years of carefully planned R&D investments in 25 gigabit per second and above Ethernet technology, which is fast becoming the industry standard in markets around the world,” said Eyal Waldman,…

  • Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Market: Improving in Technology Industry and Cost Structure Analysis | Global Future Scope to 2023 – Business News

    .entry-header 728×90 Marketprognosis.com Publish a New Market Research Report On “2018 Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry Report – History, Present and Future” which contains global key player’s survey information and forecast to 2023. Overview of the Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry: The report spread across 145 pages is an overview of the 2018 Global Personal and Entry Level Storage (PELS) Industry Report – History, Present and Future. These report study based on the Personal…

  • How are Cloud Storage, Cloud Backup, and Cloud Sync Different

    You hear the words tossed around all the time – Cloud storage, Cloud backup, Cloud sync. What are they? Are they different and do you need one? Cloud storage means an offsite server owned by a hosting company where you store your data. If you’ve had a personal computer crash, and you lost all your data, you understand how frustrating it is. Cloud storage makes it possible for you to recover your files even if your computer has breathed its…

  • SoftBank is in talks to invest in data storage company Cohesity

    SoftBank’s Vision Fund is in late talks to fund a hot data-storage company, Cohesity, in a deal that would value the company at about $1 billion. Investors would place at least $150 million into the company, people familiar with the matter say, in what would be the latest romp on a deal spree by the massive technology investing firm. The Vision Fund-led round is still in the process of closing, the people said, and the numbers could change slightly. Cohesity…

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