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  • The 7 Best Data Visualization Tools In 2017

      Big Data and the ever-growing access we have to more information is the driving force behind artificial intelligence and the wave of technological change sweeping across all industries. But all the data in the world is useless – in fact it can become a liability – if you can’t understand it. Data visualization is about how to present your data, to the right people, at the right time, in order to enable them to gain insights most effectively. Luckily…

  • 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,…

  • David Schneider Board’s Director, Datrium

    David Schneider Board’s Director, Datrium Chief revenue officer of ServiceNow and formerly at EMC and Data Domain This is a Press Release edited by StorageNewsletter.com on 2017.11.08 Datrium, Inc. announced the appointment of David Schneider as a member of the company’s board of directors effective immediately. He is chief revenue officer of ServiceNow, an enterprise cloud company headquartered in Santa Clara, CA He is a cloud computing and storage veteran with an history of building multi-billion dollar sales organisations. Under his…

  • Storage For Surveillance

      I have written on occasion about digital storage for professional media and entertainment.  Of course, a big part of storage in M&E is for video assets.  An industry that also cares a lot about storing video content is the growing video surveillance market.  Surveillance video cameras with increasing resolution are appearing in many public places, often in response to fears of terrorist activities. As an example of this trend, Wikipedia says that the number of surveillance cameras in Greater…

  • Iron Mountain Scores a Breakout in Data Storage

      Iron Mountain Scores a Breakout in Data Storage 12 hours ago Focus: FINANCIALS Leo Fasciocco Investment Columnist and Publisher, Ticker Tape Digest Html.Raw(myArticle.GetPage(cPg)) Iron Mountain (IRM), based in Boston, provides record storage services worldwide; annual revenues are $3.5 billion, notes Leo Fasciocco, breakout stock specialist and editor of Ticker Tape Digest. The company stores records, primarily physical records and data backup media, and provides information management services in various locations throughout the world. Iron Mountain provides storage and information…

  • Healthcare Object Storage Supports Growing Unstructured Data

    Healthcare Object Storage Supports Growing Unstructured Data Source: Thinkstock   By Elizabeth O’Dowd October 20, 2017 – Entities are looking into object storage as a way to store massive amounts of data on-premises, according to Gartner’s latest Magic Quadrant report. For healthcare specifically, organizations are seeking healthcare object storage to help them sort through the growing amount of unstructured data. “With data growth exceeding 50 percent year over year, infrastructure and operations leaders are looking for extensible on-premises storage products that…

  • News of Note: Week of October 15, 2017

    For your weekend reading pleasure, take a look at our recap of this week’s news in enterprise IT. HPE Dips into its Savings On Wednesday, Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s board of directors approved a $2B stock buyback for next fiscal year and an additional $500k in dividends, dipping into its nearly $7B in cash reserves. The company has been going through an identity crisis of sorts, announcing this week that it’s backing off from commoditized servers to the big cloud computing…

  • Magnetized particles could solve our data storage problems

    Scientists have discovered an unusual magnetic behavior that could solve one of the biggest problems faced by our data-hungry world: data storage. In recent decades we’ve been getting progressively better at storing data but unless we find new and more efficient ways to store the increasing volume of data we’re producing every day, it won’t be long until data centres reach their capacities and progress grinds to a halt. The new discovery, which has the potential to store data in…

  • How to Fix a Corrupted Memory Card

    One of Android’s notable advantages over iOS is that phones running Google’s mobile operating system typically offer expandable storage via a microSD card slot. But that can be a double-edged sword when things go wrong, as forum user faaizkhan1 discovered. “My memory card was corrupted in an HTC M8. However, when I plug it into my PC, I can view all of the folders in the memory card. When I open the DCIM folder, the images are listed there, but…

  • Toshiba Decided to Sell NAND Chip Business to Bain Capital

    Toshiba Corporation, as approved by its board of directors, has decided on the sale of all shares of Toshiba Memory Corporation (TMC), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Toshiba, to K.K. Pangea (Pangea), a special purpose acquisition company formed by a Bain Capital Private Equity, LP (including its affiliates, Bain Capital) led consortium (the Consortium), and to enter into a Share Purchase Agreement (SPA) with Pangea. With the aim of ensuring a stable business transfer, Toshiba will invest ¥350.5 billion in Pangea,…

  • Editor’s voice: The week’s channel chatter

      Boy does summer go by fast. It seems like just yesterday I was clearing out the backyard in preparation for summer fun, and now we’re already getting ready for Labor Day Weekend – and all before I ever managed to buy myself a pair of summer sandals. Oh well. The beginning to the end of summer could be something to pout about, but if you’re a channel innovator it’s actually something to celebrate. And that’s because it means we’re…

  • Harvey: Hurricane Preparation Tips for Data Center Managers

    As Hurricane Harvey bears down on the Texas coast, expected to make landfall around Corpus Christi either tonight or Saturday morning as a dangerous Category 3 storm, the men and women who work in data centers in the area are undoubtedly earning overtime as they prepare for the storm’s onslaught. Keeping data centers operational during natural disasters can be critical to the health and safety of the affected area’s residents, as they supply the lines of communications for many first…

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