Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) has added the HPE StoreEasy 1650 Expanded storage solution to its Just Right IT portfolio of entry storage solutions, which transforms the economics of storing large volumes of digital information.
Seagate Technology plc has launched the Enterprise Capacity 3.5 Hard Disk Drive (HDD) capable of storing 10 TB of data to meet the growing storage requirements for private and public cloud-based data centres.
Allied Telesis has added the IE510 Series of Gigabit stackable switches, which are suitable as core or distribution switches for industrial applications, to its industrial networking portfolio.
The Tintri VMstore T5040 is an entry-level all-flash storage array, joining the existing VMstore T5000 all-flash series that store up to 73 TB and 5000 virtual machines across multiple hypervisors in just two rack units.
Dell will take on a whopping US$50bn in debt to acquire storage giant EMC for around US$67bn ($92.6bn), in turn becoming the world's third-largest IT vendor.
Today's IP storage applications are becoming increasingly complex and business-critical and require a dedicated, fabric-based network, says Brocade's Phil Coates.
As the storage debate continues, Michael Porfirio, Director of Systems Engineering, Commvault ANZ, explains why companies need to move away from tape storage.
Software-defined storage can be a coveted solution in the right situation and within the right company, by reducing costs while increasing agility and flexibility... but only if careful planning has taken place.