The new SSDs deliver lower power consumption and higher performance, endurance and capacities.
For the first time since 2007, quarterly PC shipments were below 63 million units.
A senior Brocade executive predicts that the spinning disk will die out in the next three to five years, and flash and fibre channel storage will be the primary storage option for enterprises.
In the first quarter of 2015, McAfee Labs registered a 165% increase in new ransomware driven largely by the new, hard-to-detect CTB-Locker ransomware family, a new ransomware family called Teslacrypt, and the emergence of new versions of CryptoWall, TorrentLocker, and BandarChor.
Seagate Technology has announced several product updates and its new Cloud Systems and Solutions group (CSS), which it declared would deliver the world’s most scalable, secure, efficient, and cost-effective cloud service architectures and solutions.
Surpasses US$100mil in demand within 6mths of launch All-flash array is the future, but won’t fully replace conventional disks
Dell will be banking on its new Dell Compellent All Flash Storage Arrays to extend its market share in the flash storage market.
Symantec has announced a new version of its Storage Foundation software, which it claimed enables data centres to leverage Solid State Drives (SSDs) in ways that could allow customers to access mission-critical data and applications 400% faster than traditional Storage Area Networks (SANs).
The continuing proliferation of new drive types and the ever-growing problem of malware were among the biggest trends impacting the data recovery industry in 2013, according to year-end information from data recovery and ‘e-discovery’ products and services provider Kroll Ontrack.