Pure Storage Announces FlashBlade//E to Wipe Out Spinning Disk
Pure Storage has announced a new line of capacity flash storage arrays called the FlashBlade//E.
FlashBlade for the Future
The future of storage is a long-lived but ever-changing service.
The Evolution of Pure Storage FlashBlade
FlashBlade needs to change to match what customers are doing today.
Pure Storage Charts A Course To The Future Of Big Data
Pure Storage has unveiled a massive set of new functionality for its FlashArray, FlashBlade, and cloud based Pure1 monitoring platform at its annual Accelerate conference.
SolidFire Aims To Make CapEx Great Again
SolidFire want to make CapEx great again with its FlashForward Capacity Licensing model.
Pure Storage Goes After NetApp’s Lunch With New FlashBlade
Pure Storage launch a new product line, the FlashBlade, aimed at customers who want fast, dense, NFS addressable flash.
Pure Storage Posts Strong Q4 Numbers Post IPO
Pure Storage has posted strong financial numbers in its first reported fiscal quarter since IPO.
SolidFire Now Officially Part Of NetApp
NetApp has completed its purchase of scale-out all-flash array vendor SolidFire.
Flashy Startup Pure Storage Files for IPO
Pure Storage FlashArray//m Pure Storage, a Silicon Valley based startup that sells flash-based enterprise storage arrays, [announced that it has filed its S-1 with the SEC], firing the starter's pistol on its run to an IPO.
Intel and Micron 3D XPoint Memory Kicks Off A Revolution
Storage industry watchers, start your engines. Earlier today, Intel and Micron announced that they’ve cracked a way to make a new kind of storage. Partway between NAND Flash (the kind found in everything from your cellphone to expensive ‘all flash’ storage arrays) and RAM (the memory devices found in pretty much anything with a computer chip), this new type of storage is fundamentally and dramatically better than anything else we’ve seen in decades.
Flash Not Reducing Data Center Footprints
Flash storage isn’t having much impact on data center footprints in the real world. In speaking to a lot of data center providers lately, I threw in a question about infrastructure densities.