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  • Best SSD Buying Guide

      Solid state drives (SSDs) play a central role in the enterprise. They are now available in multiple form factors, capacities, speeds, functions and price ranges. The early versions simply slotted into existing hard drive slots in storage arrays, servers and PCs. While this form factor remains popular for SAS and SATA drives, there are also smaller PCIe and M.2. form factors that can move the power of flash closer to the CPU. More recently, NVMe SSDs have been developed…

  • IBM FlashSystem 9100: Product Overview and Insight

    IBM FlashSystem 9100: Product Overview and Insight Bottom Line: IBM is recognized as a leader in flash due to its flash module design and Spectrum software defined storage. However, it cautioned users about a guarantee of only 5 x 9s availability, and the newness of certain features. Yet clearly, FlashSystem 9100 is a major competitor in the market. Potential users are encouraged to test it in their own environments. As its feature set matures, it could take business away from…

  • Western Digital Announces PC SN720 and PC SN 520 NVMe SSDs Read/Write Speeds up to 3,400MB/s and 2,800MB/s

    Western Digital, one of the most recognizable brands in storage has announced today a pair of new NVMe SSDs, the Western Digital PC SN720 and Western Digital PC SN520 with a new NVMe storage architecture which can be scalable for a range of implementations such as IoT, Edge computing and mobile computing systems. New SSDs Deliver Performance and Power Efficiency The Western Digital PC SN720 and Western Digital PC SN520 are the first NVMe SSDs built with the new platform,…

  • 5 Hot Storage Technologies to Watch – EnterpriseStorageForum.com

    5 Hot Storage Technologies to Watch Many technologies are billed as hot, exciting and revolutionary. But which ones are really deserving of that moniker? Which ones are destined to change — or are changing — the storage universe? Enterprise Storage Forum asked the experts. 1. Object Storage Several of our sources cited object storage as an enabler of major change. “Object storage will be the dominant storage system as we move more applications to the cloud due to its rich…

  • IBM Makes NVMe Commitment

      | | Share By the first half of next year, IBM is promising to have developed a complete range of NVMe-based storage offerings that should significantly accelerate the transition to all-Flash storage systems. Eric Herzog, chief marketing officer and vice president of marketing and management for IBM storage and software-defined infrastructure, says IBM has already developed several technologies that will be key to making that transition. But once processors that support NVMe are available in volume later this year,…

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