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Marvell DragonFly NVRAM SSD accelerator has been named a silver winner...

Santa Clara, California (November 28, 2012) – Marvell (Nasdaq: MRVL) today announced that the Marvell® DragonFly™ NVRAM SSD accelerator has been named a silver winner in the Enterprise Product of the Year category by the Best in Biz Awards, the only independent business awards program judged by members of the press and industry analysts.

  • Premiered: 11/28/12
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Marvell Press
Topic(s): TBA Marvell TBA SSD TBA Jeff Boles TBA DragonFly TBA NVRAM TBA accelerator
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MRAM technology likely choice as post-flash solid-state storage

NAND flash-based storage could be replaced by newer forms of non-volatile memory like MRAM technology. Find out why MRAM's density, cost and form factor could make flash obsolete.

  • Premiered: 05/09/13
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Solid State Storage
Topic(s): TBA MRAM TBA solid state TBA flash storage TBA SSD TBA NVRAM TBA SRAM TBA NAND TBA RAM TBA DRAM TBA ST-MRAM TBA FRAM TBA PRAM TBA Big Data TBA Virtualization TBA scale-out
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EMC upgrades Isilon NAS for file storage, Hadoop analytics

EMC today launched two new Isilon scale-out network-attached storage arrays and added the ability to use flash as a read cache for all Isilon systems.

  • Premiered: 07/08/14
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Storage
Topic(s): TBA EMC TBA Isilon TBA NAS TBA Storage TBA File Storage TBA Hadoop TBA analytics TBA VCE TBA Pivotal TBA NVRAM TBA SmartFlash TBA OneFS TBA OpenStack TBA HDFS TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Caching TBA flash cache TBA DRAM TBA Cloud TBA BYOD TBA Block Storage
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Flash runs past read cache

Just because you can add a cache doesn't mean you should. It is possible to have the wrong kind, so weigh your options before implementing memory-based cache for a storage boost.

  • Premiered: 10/16/14
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: Tech Target: Search Data Center
Topic(s): TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA Mike Matchett TBA VDI TBA Virtualization TBA Virtual Desktop Infrastructure TBA Deduplication TBA Caching TBA NVRAM TBA DRAM TBA Atlantis Computing TBA Pernix TBA PernixData TBA Astute Networks TBA All Flash TBA Performance TBA HP TBA StoreOnce TBA Oracle
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Memristor technology brings about an analog revolution

Are we ready for memristor-based artificially intelligent infrastructure in the enterprise data center?

  • Premiered: 09/17/15
  • Author: Mike Matchett
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Data Center
Topic(s): TBA Memristor TBA Data Center TBA Machine Learning TBA Big Data TBA Storage TBA data stream TBA Performance TBA Capacity TBA Compute TBA convergence TBA data processing TBA CPU TBA NAND TBA NVRAM TBA Flash TBA SSD TBA HP TBA Knowm TBA Neural Processing Unit
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Startup Datera stretches Elastic Data Fabric with all-flash nodes

Datera Elastic Data Fabric qualifies Dell PowerEdge servers, adds all-flash nodes, and increases scaling to 50 nodes and 5 PB raw capacity per cluster.

  • Premiered: 09/29/16
  • Author: Taneja Group
  • Published: TechTarget: Search Cloud Storage
Topic(s): TBA Storage TBA Datera TBA Jeff Kato TBA Dell TBA PowerEdge TBA all-flash TBA SSD TBA cluster TBA software-defined TBA software-defined storage TBA SDS TBA Multi-tenancy TBA Encryption TBA Compression TBA Cloud TBA iSCSI TBA Block Storage TBA Elastic Block Storage TBA Amazon TBA Amazon EBS TBA NVMe TBA Flash TBA Hybrid TBA Data Management TBA distributed data TBA NVDIMM TBA NVRAM TBA SAS TBA Automation TBA replication
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HPE StoreVirtual 3200: A Look at the Only Entry Array with Scale-out and Scale-up

Innovation in traditional external storage has recently taken a back seat to the current market darlings of All Flash Arrays and Software-defined Scale-out Storage. Can there be a better way to redesign the mainstream dual-controller array that has been a popular choice for entry-level shared storage for the last 20 years?  Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE) claims the answer is a resounding Yes.

HPE StoreVirtual 3200 (SV3200) is a new entry storage device that leverages HPE’s StoreVirtual Software-defined Storage (SDS) technology combined with an innovative use of low-cost ARM-based controller technology found in high-end smartphones and tablets. This approach allows HPE to leverage StoreVirtual technology to create an entry array that is more cost effective than using the same software on a set of commodity X86 servers. Optimizing the cost/performance ratio using ARM technology instead of excessive power hungry processing and memory using X86 computers unleashes an attractive SDS product unmatched in affordability. For the first time, an entry storage device can both Scale-up and Scale-out efficiently and also have the additional flexibility to be compatible with a full complement of hyper-converged and composable infrastructure (based on the same StoreVirtual technology). This unique capability gives businesses the ultimate flexibility and investment protection as they transition to a modern infrastructure based on software-defined technologies. The SV3200 is ideal for SMB on-premises storage and enterprise remote office deployments. In the future, it will also enable low-cost capacity expansion for HPE’s Hyper Converged and Composable infrastructure offerings.

Taneja Group evaluated the HPE SV3200 to validate the fit as an entry storage device. Ease-of-use, advanced data services, and supportability were just some of the key attributes we validated with hands-on testing. What we found was that the SV3200 is an extremely easy-to-use device that can be managed by IT generalists. This simplicity is good news for both new customers that cannot afford dedicated administrators and also for those HPE customers that are already accustomed to managing multiple HPE products that adhere to the same HPE OneView infrastructure management paradigm. We also validated that the advanced data services of this entry array match that of the field proven enterprise StoreVirtual products already in the market. The SV3200 can support advanced features such as linear scale-out and multi-site stretch cluster capability that enables advanced business continuity techniques rarely found in storage products of this class. What we found is that HPE has raised the bar for entry arrays, and we strongly recommend businesses that are looking at either SDS technology or entry storage strongly consider HPE’s SV3200 as a product that has the flexibility to provide the best of both. A starting price at under $10,000 makes it very affordable to start using this easy, powerful, and flexible array. Give it a closer look.

Publish date: 04/11/17
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Disaggregating network, compute and storage allocation demystified

Explore the ways disaggregation concepts and principles are being applied to create and allocate pools of compute and storage resources to serve applications on demand.

  • Premiered: 08/02/17
  • Author: Arun Taneja
  • Published: Storage Magazine
Topic(s): TBA disaggregated storage TBA Storage TBA Compute TBA Arun Taneja TBA hyperconverged TBA HCI TBA hyperconverged infrastructure TBA Spark TBA Hadoop TBA DriveScale TBA HPE TBA Synergy TBA Nutanix TBA Pivot3 TBA CAPEX TBA OPEX TBA Datrium TBA Snapshot TBA Snapshots TBA Compression TBA Deduplication TBA replication TBA Encryption TBA RAM TBA NVRAM TBA DVX TBA Big Data TBA big data cluster TBA cluster TBA flexibility