As business critical workloads doubles nearly every two years, storage requirements have skyrocketed and organisations are turning to IP storage, writes Sean Ong of Brocade Malaysia.
Fujitsu Ltd has introduced its Storage Eternus DX8700 S3 and DX8900 S3 systems, which it claimed would enable enterprises to push beyond the boundaries of unpredictable data growth into the double-digit petabyte range.
While EMC Corporation’s storage revenue fell short for the first quarter of 2015, it’s full steam ahead for its storage and converged infrastructure solutions, with the company making multiple announcements on additions to, and upgrades across, its portfolio, Gabey Goh reports from EMC World.
At EMC World, EMC unveiled XtremIO version 4.0, a non-disruptive free software upgrade for XtremIO v3.X arrays, a line that has become the standout hit of the company’s storage portfolio, reports Gabey Goh.
With the traditional vendor business having gone through an upheaval in recent times, the now-privatised Dell is aiming for its channel strategy to take advantage of market gaps and opportunities.
Wholesale technology distributor Ingram Micro said it has entered into a distribution agreement with Nimble Storage, the flash storage solutions company.
EMC has been growing its business by focusing on large enterprises, but that focus will dramatically shift this year with the recent launch of Vspex Blue, targeted at SMBs. EMC Malaysia managing director Cheam Tat Inn tells Goh Thean Eu why this is a big deal for the company.
Oracle has launched its Oracle ZFS Storage ZS4-4, which it said delivers new capabilities for Oracle Database 12c environments.
In 2014, focused more on emerging markets like Vietnam, Myanmar and Sri Lanka Expects ‘significant’ demand from financial and telco sectors in Malaysia, Indonesia
PC business continues to grow, No 1 in storage, No 2 in x86 servers Confident enough to take a subtle swipe at HPs impending split