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2007-11-14 Petabyte arrays pursue SAS trend
DataDirect Networks will shift from Fibre Channel to SAS and serial ATA drives for its S2A9900 that can house up to 1.2petabytes of storage in two racks.
2013-09-06 SiIP platform supports CEI standards up to 28Gb/s
The SBMULTC2T28HPM28G SiIP PHY from Semtech is targeted for the new generation of chips supporting emerging Exascale computing, Terabit networking and Petabyte storage markets.
2007-05-17 Scalable storage architectures support SAN
NEC has launched a line of next-generation scalable storage products that supports storage area network.
2015-04-27 Wave of change to sweep computer storage space
In just five years, SSD had the "enterprise" drive makers forming a defensive circle, trying to justify a performance-based existence where hard drives were out-classed by a factor of 1,000 times in IOPS.
2011-11-30 Seagate sees HDD shortage to last several quarters
Seagate said it believes the industry's ability to manufacture and ship HDDs will gradually improve throughout 2012.
2008-09-17 Network storage system reduces space, power use
Startup Greenbytes has emerged from stealth mode with unique algorithms that help reduce the size and power consumption of the rising tide of network-attached storage systems in the data center.
2008-07-15 HP touts two-in-one server blade for data centers
HP claims the world's first two-in-one server blade, which the company says offers customers with scale-out environments improved data center performance, reduced floor space and lower power usage.
2005-09-05 Disk storage systems grow nearly 10 percent
The worldwide disk storage systems market continue its robust growth in the second quarter, chalking up year over year gains of 9.9 percent to reach the $5.6 billion mark, according to survey figures released Friday by IDC.
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