Kodak Alaris selects Zadara Storage

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.

Seagate pushes the boundaries

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.

DDN Lustre powers University of Edinburgh accelerated genomics research

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 helps to consolidate Object Storage and NAS

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 Corporation announces 1-for-8 reverse stock split

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.

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