Syneto, a leading hyperconverged infrastructure vendor, and Hammer, the leading storage solutions value-add distributor, have entered into a Europe-wide distribution agreement.
Curator MAM system integrated with BlackPearl converged storage system for faster content access.
Solution features advanced policy-based management to simply and predictably run multiple enterprise workloads with optimal performance.
Kodak Alaris, a spin-off from the Eastman Kodak Company, addressing both the B2C and B2B markets, has selected the Zadara VPSA storage array to implement an agile, highly available cloud-based storage-as-a-service model. The Zadara solution allows Kodak Alaris to easily adapt to changing seasonal storage capacity needs, simplify storage management and reduce overall expenditures.
Despite continuing price cuts, analyst firm finds margins still healthy for cloud providers.
Spectra Logic says that 14 BlackPearl clients designed for Media and Entertainment (M&E) organisations are now available for the Spectra® BlackPearl® Converged Storage System, with more clients in development.
200 TB of application, mobile, virtual environment, and archived mail system data under Commvault management.
Computer downtime costs UK companies £12 billion per year.
data protection and information management, coupled with self-service
recovery, gives mobile Intergraph employees unparalleled data
Extends expertise in large data-intensive workloads to broader range of enterprises, building on integrated, scale-out tiered storage foundation.
Specialists in government healthcare technology opt for award-winning disaster recovery software to protect mission-critical workloads and improve IT resiliency.
The Office of Gwanak-Gu, the second most populated district of Seoul, uses Infortrend storage to support its 24/7 city surveillance operation comprising 2,500+ CCTV cameras. Satisfied with the multiple advantages Infortrend storage can offer, the Gwanak-Gu Office has been an avid supporter of Infortrend storage for many years.
Bringing hyperconvergence to midsized and enterprise organisations.
VMware has introduced a new release of VMware vSAN™ featuring industry-first native hyper-converged infrastructure (HCI) security, lower total cost of ownership (TCO), and up to 50 percent higher all-flash performance. These combined benefits will help customers accelerate their data center modernisation efforts.
Syneto’s hyperconverged infrastructure solutions to replace several storage array vendors at Infodip.
Cisco has introduced technology innovations for next-generation storage networking that will help customers access, manage and automate this stored data to better enable digital business goals.
For enterprise data centers, the performance improvements from incorporating flash into storage systems have long been known, but it simply has not been economically feasible for many of them. Meanwhile, as business data continues to expand exponentially, these organizations face an ever growing need to quickly and easily access the right, actionable information.
The University of Edinburgh, one of the world’s top educational and research institutions, has deployed three DDN ES7K Lustre Parallel File System Appliances to accelerate data-intensive workflows across research and industry. At the Edinburgh Parallel Computing Center (EPCC), DDN’s advanced Lustre appliances manage a rising tide of digital data generated by traditional HPC and other forms of novel computing.
Cohesity has launched Cohesity 4.0, which further advances the company’s vision to eliminate costly and hard-to-manage point solutions by consolidating all secondary data workloads on a single, web-scale infrastructure. The new offerings, Cohesity DataPlatform 4.0 and Cohesity DataProtect 4.0, expand Cohesity’s capabilities far beyond backup to bring together even more data formats and infrastructures, including object storage and network-attached storage (NAS), onto its hyperconverged platform.
Quantum's board of directors has approved a 1-for-8 reverse stock split of its common stock. The company expects the reverse split to become effective following the close of trading on Tuesday 18 April 2017, and its common stock to begin trading on a split-adjusted basis on Wednesday 19 April 2017. Quantum’s common stock will continue to trade on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol “QTM” but under new CUSIP number 747906501.