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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,…

  • Intel Doubles Capacity For Its Optane DC P4800X SSD

      November 9th, 2017 by Adam Armstrong Intel Doubles Capacity For Its Optane DC P4800X SSD paging_filter Today Intel announced that it has doubled the capacity for its data center Optane DC P4800X SSD. The drive will soon be available in both HHHL AIC and a hot-swappable 2.5” U.2 form factor in both its initial 375GB capacity and the new 750GB capacity. The introduction of higher capacities and new form factors make this drive a more attractive option for data…

  • Arcserve acquisition plans heating up

    Arcserve is on the hunt to buy more companies. The data protection and recovery company already has made two acquisitions since becoming independent from CA Technologies in 2014. It bought cloud provider Zetta last summer, giving it a larger cloud footprint and disaster recovery as a service (DRaaS) offering. That followed the Arcserve acquisition of email archiving specialist FastArchiver in April for on premises or public cloud long-term data retention. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and…

  • Russian ‘eternal disc’ may store information for 1 million years

    Ivan Glebov © Dmitriy Serebriakov/TASS MOSCOW, October 27. /TASS/. Russian scientists are completing work on super-stable optical memory technology to create a disc capable of storing information for one million years under certain conditions. They created a prototype of an “eternal disc” and will conduct research and development work in 2018-2020, head of the Moscow-based laboratory of laser nanostructuring in glass at the Foundation for Advanced Research Projects (FARP) Ivan Glebov told TASS. “The research proves stability of encoded data, and…

  • Rob Salmon Now President and COO, Cohesity

    Rob Salmon President and COO, Cohesity Coming from NetApp where he was EVP of WW field operations This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2017.10.20 Cohesity, Inc., in hyperconverged secondary storage, added two new team members with industry experience – former NetApp president Rob Salmon and former VMware president and COO Carl Eschenbach. Rob Salmon will serve as Cohesity’s first president and COO, overseeing sales, marketing, and support divisions. Carl Eschenbach, now a partner with Sequoia Capital, will…

  • Fast Facts: 87% Growth In Government Cloud Market

    In the fast-paced IT industry, new statistics and data are released daily. Each week, Enterprise Mobility Exchange publishes Fast Facts, taking a look at interesting or noteworthy information impacting businesses. The federal government is woefully behind in its digital transformation journey, as outlined by the American Technology Council which met earlier this year at the White House. According to Senior Adviser Jared Kushner, the federal government currently operates 6,100 data centers across the country, the “vast majority of which can…

  • New IBM TS2280 tape drive offers eighth-generation LTO Ultrium, maximum storage capacity of up to 30 TB

    New IBM TS2280 tape drive offers eighth-generation LTO Ultrium, maximum storage capacity of up to 30 TB Posted on October 16th, 2017 by Anna Ribeiro IBM recently announced its TS2280 Tape Drive that incorporates the latest generation of Linear Tape-Open (LTO) technology, delivering even higher capacity than the previous generation. In addition to backup, TS2280 is designed to help business handle the growing data demands of modern tape use cases like cloud, Internet of Things (IoT), and active file archive….

  • Industry Insider

    AddThis Sharing Buttons above MeriTalk compiles a weekly roundup of contracts and other industry activity. Here’s what happened this week in the Federal Information Technology community. IBM Offers New Data Center Capabilities IBM announced on Oct. 9 that it will offer new on-premise data center capabilities such as storing and managing regulatory data with compliance-enabled vaults, and entry-level Cloud Object Storage Systems with the ability to scale to larger configurations. “The new on-premises object storage capabilities are designed to expand…

  • Fast magnetic writing of data

    In 1956, IBM introduced the first magnetic hard disc, the RAMAC. ETH researchers have now tested a novel magnetic writing technology that could soon be used in the main memories of modern computers. Credit: IBM Magnetic data storage has long been considered too slow for use in the working memories of computers. Researchers at ETH have now investigated a technique by which magnetic data writing can be done considerably faster and using less energy. /4988204/Phys_Story_InText_Box For almost seventy years now,…

  • HPC vs. Cloud – The Return on Investment in eResearch

    Alan Williams, Associate Director, NCI “Explore the services and technology at the National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), based in Canberra, Australia, with Allan Williams, and the delivery of HPC, Cloud and Storage services to Australian researchers around the country.” NCI Australia is the nation’s most highly integrated high-performance research computing environment, providing world-class services to government, industry, and researchers. We are committed to delivering on national priorities and research excellence, and are driven by our primary objective of raising the ambition,…

  • How Much Data is Generated Every Minute?

      How Much Data is Generated Every Minute? [Infographic] Domo has released the latest version of its ‘Data Never Sleeps’ infographic, which provides a snapshot of what happens online every minute – some amazing perspective to consider. So what’s changed since last year? Well, it’s kind of difficult to say, as most of the data points differ from those on version 4.0 of the graphic, although we can see that Giphy usage has increased by around 100k GIFs, The Weather Channel is…

  • Traditional IT infrastructure spending slows as public cloud takes over | CIO Dive

      Brief Traditional IT infrastructure spending slows as public cloud takes over • Published July 6, 2017 Dive Brief: Spending on IT infrastructure products — server, enterprise storage and Ethernet switches — needed to deploy cloud environments will increase 12.4% in 2017 to $40.1 billion, according to a new report from International Data Corporation (IDC). Public cloud data centers will account for just over 60% of that spending and will grow at the fastest rate year over year. Off-premise private cloud environments…

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