Topic: storage

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Red Hat commits to Openstack for 'at least' 10 years

While Red Hat understandably wouldn't discuss anything to do with the IBM mega-acquisition - for regulatory reasons - director of product management James Labocki and senior director for product management at Openstack Nick Barcet confirmed Red Hat's commitment to Openstack for at least the next "10 years".

Intel 905P NVMe SSD review: Blazing random access and amazing endurance (for a hefty price)

The Intel SSD 905P is one of the fastest NVMe drives we've tested, and one of the most expensive. But that's because it's rated to be very durable. If you write a lot of data, that's a selling point worth considering.

Cisco fuses SD-WAN, security and cloud services

Cisco secures SD-WAN software, bolsters cloud-based Office 365 application access, and offers DevNet SD-WAN development options.

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Making the right hyperconvergence choice: HCI hardware or software?

Enterprises planning to adopt hyperconverged infrastructure can select from two main approaches: hardware or software. Hyperconvergence hardware typically comes in the form of an integrated appliance, a hardware/software package created and delivered by a single vendor. Appliance vendors include Dell EMC, Nutanix and HPE/SimpliVity. A software-only hyperconvergence offering allows customers to deploy HCI on DIY basis. HCI software vendors include Maxta and VMware (vSAN).

Seagate is testing a blockchain ledger to track hard drives

Seagate and IBM have partnered to build a blockchain distributed ledger to track tens of millions of hard drives as they move through the supply chain from array manufacturers to technology integrators.

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VMware bets on multi-cloud offerings to support global community

VMware's CEO Pat Gelsinger shared multiple announcements in support of multi-cloud deployments as he opened VMworld Europe in Barcelona

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Not On The High Street turns to Snowflake after Redshift starts to creak

British retail site Not On The High Street has shifted away from a brittle, homegrown data warehouse to Snowflake’s wholly managed, cloud-built solution in a bid to simplify management and save on some hefty compute bills.

Royole Introduces the world's first foldable Smartphone

Flexible displays appear to be the newest battleground in the Smartphone market. With industry giants Samsung and LG racing to bring a foldable product to market, Royole appears to have beaten them to the punch with the FlexPai.

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Riverbed builds digital skills with specialised certifications

​Network and application performance vendor Riverbed has revealed its Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE) program as it aims to build up industry expertise in supporting digital businesses.

Choice International scales IT workloads with hyperconvergence

As its client workloads grew, so did IT performance and availability problems, making it clear that the ageing mix of servers and SAN was no longer up to the job. 

Netgear delivers insight Instant VPN router

​Netgear has announced the availability of its Insight Managed Security router, Insight Instant VPN Business Router.

Uniden adds Artificial Intelligence functionality to Wired surveillance range

Uniden has announced that their new Guardian GXVR ​wired home security range features AI functionality, cloud back up and remote access with notifications communicated directly to a smart device.