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  • Industry’s Fastest Storage Networking Speed Announced by Fibre Channel Industry Association ─ 64GFC and Gen 7 Fibre Channel

    Continuous Speed and Feature Improvements of Proven Fibre Channel Storage Network Technology Provides a Return on Investment for Years to Come MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — In a move that drives storage interconnect innovation for next-generation data centers, the Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA) today announced the INCITS T11 standards committee has completed the Fibre Channel Physical Interface (FC-PI-7) standard specifications for 64GFC by forwarding the document to the International Committee for Information Technology Standards (INCITS) for publication….

  • Qumulo Welcomes Robyn Singh as Vice President of People

    Former Human Resources Executive at Amazon, Microsoft Joins High Growth Modern Storage Leader SEATTLE, Oct. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Qumulo, the pioneer and leader in file storage for the cloud era, today announced Robyn Singh as vice president of people. Singh brings experience at two of the world’s largest companies to Qumulo, where she will focus on people and culture, to include recruiting world-class talent, oversight of learning and development programs, and enriching a strong, award-winning culture as the…

  • PSA tests aren’t great for diagnosing prostate cancer. Here are some better options in the works – LA Times

    PSA tests aren’t great for diagnosing prostate cancer. Here are some better options in the works   Getty Images/iStockphoto The PSA test is an imperfect way to screen men for prostate cancer. But now, doctors have new tools to help them detect and manage the often-perplexing disease. The PSA test is an imperfect way to screen men for prostate cancer. But now, doctors have new tools to help them detect and manage the often-perplexing disease. (Getty Images/iStockphoto) By Chris Woolston…

  • Scientists Store Video Clip in DNA of Living Cells | Smart News | Smithsonian

      This first could lead to health-monitoring molecular recorders inside cells   smithsonian.com July 14, 2017 8:23AM Throughout human history, people have come up with all sorts of data storage systems—from cuneiform and chiseled inscriptions to hard drives and compact discs. But they all have one thing in common: At some point, they degrade. That’s why researchers have been on a quest to find more durable data storage, like diamonds and even DNA. Now for the first time, reports Gina Kolata…

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