First Xyratex, then Emulex and Brocade... now Elliot's stalking a storage giant
Time to patch VNX and Celerra software before non-experts do something silly
Check this, it might stop them losing all the data
CTO's radical rig blasts Sandra Bullock into Spaaace
Something new to drool over every year
Blocks and Files Tape-slinger invites 3 new directors to boardroom table
Storagebod It's automation, but not as we know it, Jim
Cheapie PCIe flash cards? That's OUR thing
It's death and failure, says ex-Sun storage chap
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.
Storagebod There’s a lot of discussion about what EMC's ViPR is and what it isn’t. How much of this confusion is deliberate and how much is simply the normal of fog of war which pervades the storage industry?
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.
Limits to inbox size are no more
SMEs, please buy it and stop us sinking into the red
Disk and software booming ... but not quite fast enough
It's nothing personal, says Shane Robison
Shane Robison becomes CEO of Woz flash firm
Founding exec Beloussov: 'I'm excited to be back'
Joins flash mob in earnest, pushes out SATA and SAS SSDs too
EMC World 2013 Mavericks successor embraces OpenStack
EMC World 2013 500 box fiddlers versus thousands of software coders
'Our card is the best out of all our unnamed rivals'
In the week of EMC's self-congratulatory EMC World extravaganza in Las Vegas, the storage giant revealed it will slash 1,004 jobs.
If you can't beat it, eat it - that seems to be EMC's idea with the launch of ViPR, a scheme by the storage provider to gain a foothold in data centers infected with low-cost IT gear.
EMC is set to announce a software-defined storage product known as a Sea of Storage (SOS) as a new product category, alongside its Centera and Atmos object storage-based systems.