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WD potentially challenging the big SSD boys
Intrigues all round in the flash supplier world
Tries to prove to $30m backer that the biz can make money
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ViPRware or the real deal?
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Interview Undaunted by IBM's billion dollar investment in flash, all-flash array startup Whiptail is banking on new investor SanDisk, says Whiptail CEO Dan Crain.
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Fusion-io CEO and co-founder David Flynn resigned because he realised he didn't have the operational management skills needed to grow Fusion-io into a global business. That, in a nutshell, is what we understand after talking to replacement CEO Shane Robison.
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Four years of growth at storage biz? Sure, whatever
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Shane Robison becomes CEO of Woz flash firm
Software-defined storage snake slithers into service providers
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's...
Estimates up to 6pc drop from last quarter
It's not just the disks that have failed
Drive-maker looks to cloud, 5mm slab product for succour
You can't smoke enterprise SSD, but get your pipe out
EMC has boosted the continuous data protection capability of VMAX, meaning that every change made to the data held in the arrays be recorded and replicated to a remote system. The storage giant's unified file-and-block storage platform VNX will get a software-only version of RecoverPoint, and its data mobility product, VPLEX, will get a VNX frame-based licensing model.
When big vendors take on major sporting sponsorships, the first thing that usually happens is lots of shiny happy marketing material about just how the vendor's technology will propel athletes to success.
FalconStor has blamed "unpredictable performance" from one of its biggest Chinese OEM partners for the dent in its first quarter revenues. It has now totted up 13 loss-making quarters - although last quarter saw a boost in revenues - and the storage virtualisation supplier's lot is not a happy one.
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