Sunny Denis

Following the people and ideas that makes Storage so interesting.
  • Global Distributed File Systems and Object Storage market report just published – WhaTech

    This report presents a 360-degree overview of the competitive scenario of the Global Distributed File Systems and Object Storage market. The report further projects the size and valuation of the global market in the coming forecast period. The report also presents a thorough qualitative and quantitative data affecting to the projected impact of these factors on market’s future growth prospects. The main goal for the dissemination of this information is to give a descriptive analysis of how the trends could…

  • Understanding mass data fragmentation

    The digital transformation era is upon us, and it’s changing the business landscape faster than ever. I’ve seen numerous studies that show that digital companies are more profitable and have more share in their respective markets. Businesses that master being digital will be able to sustain market leadership, and those that can’t will struggle to survive; many will go away. This is why digital transformation is now a top initiative for every business and IT leader. A recent ZK Research…

  • The Composable Future of Genomics Research

    The Composable Future of Genomics Research By Yael Shani, IBM Healthcare and Life Sciences   July 2, 2018 Sponsored content by IBM Healthcare is evolving rapidly. Nothing demonstrates this fact more clearly than genomics. The original Human Genome Project took 13 years to complete and cost $2.7 billion. Today, according to IDC, whole-genome sequencing costs less than $1,000 and can be completed in as little as 27 hours. Genomics medicine is the direction in which the healthcare industry is moving….

  • NAND Prices to Fall 15% in 2018

    With the memory market booming, the Yole group of companies decided to launch its quarterly Memory Monitor report, covering DRAM Service – Memory Research and NAND Service – Memory Research, and the entire memory segment. Memory, fueled by huge contributions from DRAM and NAND, is poised to account for more than 1/3 of all semiconductor revenue in 2018, well above the historical average of ~25%. The semiconductor industry posted record results in 2017, with revenue exceeding $400 billion. Overall demand…

  • Throwback Tuesday : Magnetic Tape Storage

    This article came from IBM Corp. Magnetic Tape Storage IBM 726 An unglamorous invention called the vacuum column wound up being the key in the 1950s to a whole new generation of storage technology based on magnetic tape. The technology helped boost the speed of data processing and solve the problem of the tidal waves of punched cards flooding corporate and government offices. By the early 1950s, IBM, Remington Rand and other companies were working on the first commercial electronic…

  • Tim Page Named CEO of Datrium

    Datrium, Inc. announced the appointment of Tim Page as CEO. Company’s next stage of growth will tap Page’s leadership and experience from Sprinklr, a cloud service for enterprises, where he served as COO. Prior to that, he was also the COO and a founding member of VCE, where he created the converged infrastructure market and sustained a $3 billion run-rate in just six years. He will replace in the CEO role co-founder Brian Biles who will continue to serve the…

  • FalconStor: Fiscal 1Q18 Financial Results

    (in $ million) 1Q17 1Q18 Growth Revenue 6.0 5.0 -17% Net income (loss) (1.1) 0.5 FalconStor Software, Inc. announced financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2018. “We are pleased with our Q1 performance and resultant financial results, which continued the return to profitability delivered in Q3 and Q4 of 2017,” stated Todd Brooks, CEO.  “Our products play a key role in efficiently managing and protecting critical data within enterprises around the world. Given our improved financial stability and continually…

  • Gartner analysts popular among cloud backup companies

      Gartner analysts popular among cloud backup companies   Cloud data management company Rubrik has picked up lead Gartner analyst Pushan Rinnen. Rinnen brings more than two decades of experience and expertise in backup and recovery to Rubrik and was a critical driver of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Data Center Backup and Recovery Solutions. Rinnen, formerly a research director at Gartner, will join Rubrik’s marketing team to contribute to strategy and messaging for Rubrik’s product portfolio. At Gartner, she advised numerous…

  • IBM offers ‘stackable’ storage incentives for partners

    IBM has announced new storage incentives for partners, designed to increase channel momentum in the competitive storage marketplace. The incentives are available for IBM business partners who sell IBM’s storage systems and storage software services, stacking them up so that each eligible partner and systems engineer can potentially earn up to $100,000 in storage incentives annually. John Teltsch, general manager of IBM’s global business partners, laid out the company’s plan to be the biggest player in the storage market. “We want…

  • 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…

  • Big SSDs For Data Centers

    Samsung has announced that it is shipping a 2.5-inch form factor 30.72 TB Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) SSD. Samsung made this SSD by combining 32 of its new 1TB NAND flash packages, each with 16 stacked layers of 512Gb V-NAND chips. Performance of these drives are nearly twice its prior generation product. With a 12 Gb/s SAS interface the PM1643 drives offers random read and write speeds of up to 400,000 IOPS and 50,000 IOPS respectively and sequential read and…

  • Making data storage personal with #MemoriesInDNA

    A new UW project seeks to immortalize these moments in one of the smallest mediums imaginable: DNA. Partnered with Microsoft and Twist Bioscience, the UW #MemoriesInDNA Project team has set out to convert 10,000 images provided by technology users into genetic code. They will become a biological flash drive of sorts, encoded into strands of DNA for efficient data storage. Snapshots can be of anything: a day at the beach, a fleeting moment that caught you off guard, maybe even…

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