Violin Memory’s sad opening song as a public company reached a crescendo Monday, as the data-storage company fired CEO Don Basile and replaced him with its chairman, Howard Bain III.
Analyst says San Jose’s Nimble Storage makes data storage exciting—and its public debut certainly was, as its shares soared more than 60 percent.
Wall Street’s heavy demand for new Silicon Valley companies has not waned as 2013 draws to a close: Nimble Storage shares flashed higher Friday in their market debut, gaining more than 60 percent.
Six data storage technologies—nex-gen solid-state, primary storage dedupe, hyper-converged storage, backup appliances, OpenStack and cloud-integrated storage—will impact your shop.
- Premiered: 12/12/13
- Author: Taneja Group
- Published: Tech Target: Search Storage
Industry experts see solid-state drive (SSD) vendor OCZ Technology Group Inc.‘s bankruptcy and pending asset sale to Toshiba as a continuation of the consolidation that has gone on throughout the past year rather than a bad omen for the flash business.
Networking has always posed vexing challenges for the enterprise, even in the old days when entire data environments were confined on-site infrastructure. Now, with the front office looking to integrate branch offices, colocation providers, partners, suppliers and even customers under a unified, cloud-based infrastructure, the distributed enterprise is creating entirely new levels of network complexity.