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  • Marvell to Acquire Cavium for $6 Billion

    Marvell to Acquire Cavium for $6 Billion Storage representing 46% of combined revenue This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2017.11.22 Marvell Technology Group Ltd. and Cavium, Inc. announced a definitive agreement, unanimously approved by the boards of directors of both companies, under which Marvell will acquire all outstanding shares of Cavium common stock in exchange for consideration of $40.00 per share in cash and 2.1757 Marvell common shares for each Cavium share. Upon completion of the transaction,…

  • Storage dictionary in 18th edition evolves with the times

    Storage developer Carlos Pratt is a busy man, having recently left his job at IBM to work at a stealth-mode cloud startup, but his passion is words—Pratt in his spare time leads a team producing the Storage Networking Industry Association’s ever-changing dictionary. The dictionary team published its 18th edition online in September 2017 and in print last month. This year’s digital version is 330 pages and adds definitions for many aspects of non-volatile memory, which is a modern twist on…

  • IBM Storage Enabler for Containers Archives

    Along with the recent announcements of many new IBM Storage offerings, product enhancements and leading-edge innovations, I would like to call attention to IBM Storage Enabler for Container Environments. This new IBM software for containers is a technology that is quickly becoming a cloud infrastructure “must-have.”[1] Container technology enables prepackaged and pre-configured software with the […] Source: IBM Storage Enabler for Containers Archives – IBM Systems Blog: In the Making

  • #Cloud Global Power 100 Influencer List

    Week 44 – All Influencers Table                      Table                                      On The Move                  Rank Influencer Power Score 1.  (1) Steven Krohn A highly respected digital marketing consultant and social media influencer. A successful strategic advisor on ICOs, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology. 100 2.  (2) Mark Russinovich CTO of Microsoft Azure, author of novels Rogue Code, Zero Day and…

  • Industry Outlook: The Data Storage Crisis

    Industry Outlook: The Data Storage Crisis     Industry Outlook is a regular Data Center Journal Q&A series that presents expert views on market trends, technologies and other issues relevant to data centers and IT. This week, Industry Outlook talks with Peter Godman about the explosion of data and how companies can manage it. Peter is cofounder and CTO of universal-scale file-storage company Qumulo, where he uses his expertise in distributed file systems and high-performance distributed systems to guide product development and management….

  • Hyper-converged infrastructure and disaster recovery

    Hyper-converged infrastructure delivers cost savings through a combination of slimmed-down hardware and greater operational improvements. The operational benefits of hyper-converged allow organisations to focus on the needs of the application rather than feed the infrastructure beast. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and…

  • WD is developing 40TB hard drives powered by microwaves

    Western Digital (WD) may have lost a bid to buy Toshiba’s flash memory technology, but is still hard at work on its bread-and-butter hard drives. The company has unveiled a breakthrough called microwave-assisted magnetic recording (MAMR) that will allow ever-higher disk capacities, up to 40TB by the year 2025. “Commercialization of MAMR technology will pave the way to higher recording densities and lower cost per terabyte hard disk drives,” said VP of research John Rydning in a statement. If you’re…

  • Comparing Private and Public Cloud Threat Vectors

    Comparing Private and Public Cloud Threat Vectors Many companies moving from a private cloud to a cloud service are unaware of increased threats. Because most companies that have followed relatively traditional IT strategies are now considering putting mission-critical applications and data into the public cloud, it’s worth examining the differences in private versus public clouds when it comes to threats that applications and data encounter. When I talk to customers about the differences, I use a metaphor of what’s happening…

  • Strategize wisely for a legacy application migration to cloud

    Administrators in charge of legacy applications might feel swept aside by the boom of cloud-native applications, but even small changes can bring legacy apps onto cloud resources. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and agree to the Terms of Use and the Privacy…

  • What is cloud computing? Everything you need to know

    What is cloud computing? Cloud computing is the delivery of on-demand computing services — from applications to storage and processing power — typically over the internet on a pay-as-you-go basis. Rather than owning their own computing infrastructure, companies can rent access to anything from applications or servers from a cloud service provider. Providers can benefit from significant economies of scale by providing the same services to a wide range of customers. One benefit of using cloud computing services is that…

  • Connecting with Patients Via the Cloud

    Cloud-based platforms allow sleep clinicians to work from anywhere with an Internet connection. Increasingly, they also allow a means to increase compliance of therapies such as CPAP, and some can even to predict therapeutic outcomes before they occur. By Rose Rimler When it comes to getting patients on CPAP, sleep clinicians and techs can only do so much. They can educate patients and help them find the right device and mask in the office, but even the most dedicated sleep…

  • 5G Edge Computing is Like Having a Supercomputer in Every Corner

    5G Edge Computing is Like Having a Supercomputer in Every Corner     Jeferrb | Pixabay.com Bye bye, lag. AT&T is embracing “edge computing” to solve the latency problem for future 5G applications, like self-driving cars, robotics, and VR/AR. The Internet of Things, and the farther reaching application of it, now referred to as the Internet of Everything, or IoE, is shaping up to be a reality within the next few years. From 500 million devices in 2003 to 12.5 billion…

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