SUSE has appointed three senior executives as the company continues to evolve and expand its leadership structure to support rapid growth and momentum in both its core Linux operating system business and more recent cloud infrastructure and storage solutions.
OGL Computer is using Atlantis Computing's award winning software to provide a flexible and scalable storage infrastructure to underpin its 1,500 virtual desktops. Using Atlantis, OGL has driven down the cost of using an all-flash solution, experiencing 10x faster performance and a 34% saving in cost versus a virtual desktop based on Solid State Disks (SSD) SAN solution.
Kingston Digital, Inc. has acquired the USB technology and assets of IronKey™ from Imation. Kingston® has been at the forefront of encrypted portable solutions for businesses since it launched its first DataTraveler encrypted USB Flash drive over 10 years ago.
Acronis has introduced its new Acronis Partner Program for Cloud. An extension of the Acronis Global Partner Program, the Acronis Partner Program for Cloud is uniquely designed to accelerate cloud data protection services revenue with a subscription model for service providers, distributors and cloud resellers. The program provides leading solutions, resources, programs and incentives to help Acronis partners profit from the huge market growth predicted for cloud data protection services, which include backup, disaster recovery and file sync and share. According to IDC, the Data Protection & Disaster Recovery software market will grow to $8.1 billion by 2019.
Reducing cost and improving efficiency are the key drivers for the increased need for SQL Server consolidation in the data centre.
Over 32% of enterprises plan a major server and storage refresh in 2016; biggest gainers will be EMC/VCE and Cisco.
A new one-day conference and expo on flash and SSD technologies and their impact on datacentres and applications.
Golf is one of the world’s grand old games. Ironically, the most advanced technologies ensure it stays that way.
New superior mobile user experience, IT productivity features, and security enhancements mark the first major release of Parallels Remote Application Server since Parallels acquired the product line a year ago.
FalconStor experts offer tips on architecting modern data centers for hyper-scale requirements.
Druva has introduced new Disaster Recovery (DR) functionality to extend its converged cloud-based data protection solution for enterprise infrastructure, Druva Phoenix.
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has unveiled the next generation Hitachi Hyper Scale-Out Platform (HSP), which now offers native integration with the Pentaho Enterprise Platform to deliver a sophisticated, software-defined, hyper-converged platform for big data deployments. Combining compute, storage and virtualisation capabilities, the HSP 400 series delivers seamless infrastructure to support big data blending, embedded business analytics and simplified data management.
NetApp has completed the acquisition of SolidFire. SolidFire combines the performance and economics of all-flash storage with a webscale architecture that radically simplifies data center operations and enables rapid deployments of new applications.
New user demands and shifting application requirements impose higher demands on data centre, cloud and storage infrastructure, requiring a transformative new approach that is simpler, more agile, high performance and cost-effective. To help customers grow, consolidate, converge and to adapt to changing business needs, Cisco is announcing new additions and innovations to its Cisco MDS, UCS and Nexus portfolios.
Crucial’s new web tool helps IT departments find the right approach for growing server workloads and infrastructures.
Arcserve reimagines data protection with Linux and Windows-focused support, wizard-driven setup and faster, more flexible recovery options; accelerates partner revenue opportunities.
Memblaze, a Flash memory innovator for the high performance enterprise market, says that its EMEA customers now have access to the same level of service and support as its customers in other regions as part of a new agreement with IT service and support provider Solid Systems Global. According to the agreement Memblaze customers throughout EMEA now have access to support including end-to-end problem and incident management and performance reporting at no additional cost. This includes the provision of advanced replacements in the event of a failure.
Western Digital's HGST Active Archive System has been certified
with the FXT 5000 Series Edge Filer family
from Avere. The
combined strength of the HGST Active Archive System and Avere 5000 FXT
Edge Filer provides maximum flexibility to enable enterprises to
leverage the scalability and economics of cloud
architectures, while preserving investments in file storage and
The ExaNeSt project paves the way.
By Matthew Finnie, CTO, Interoute.