Visit our other websites:    Consumer IT    On CE    Mobile Channels    ECI news    rAVe Europe    Digital Signage News    iChannels

 

eSP - IT Solution Providers in Europe

  • Full Screen
  • Wide Screen
  • Narrow Screen
  • Increase font size
  • Default font size
  • Decrease font size

Storage and Storage Software

WD Intros Ultrastar SS300 Enterprise SSD

E-mail Print PDF
WD Intros Ultrastar SS300 Enterprise SSD

Western Digital (WD) announced the HGST-branded Ultrastar SS300-- the highest-performing SAS SSD from the company, designed to meet the rigorous enterprise demands.

Co-developed with Intel, the Ultrastar SS300 delivers speeds of up to 400000 IOPS random read and up to 200000 IOPS random write. It offers a number of endurance classes, ranging from 0.5 to 10 drive writes per day, as well as a range of power settings. These include a 14W power envelope for additional performance gains and an ultra-low setting for more efficient energy consumption.

Security comes through a choice of options, namely Instant Secure Erase (ISE), Self-Encrypting Drive (SED)-compliant with TCG Enterprise and SED-compliant with TCG Enterprise with FIPS 140-2 certification.

Read more...

Cloud-Inspired 3D NAND SSDs for the Datacentre

E-mail Print PDF
Cloud-Inspired 3D NAND SSDs for the Datacentre

Intel presents a pair of 3D NAND SSDs for datacentres-- the DC P4500 series and DC P4600 series, both ideal for cloud storage solutions, software defined storage and converged infrastructure.

Both drive series carry triple level cell (TLC) 3D NAND for "industry-leading density," together with a new Intel-developed controller, "unique" firmware innovations and connectivity via PCIe and NVMe. The DC P4500 series is optimised for reads, and as such promises "more value out of servers" as well as more data storage. Meanwhile the DC 4600 series is designed for mixed workloads, with accelerated caching enabling more workloads per server.

Read more...

WD Upgrades G-Technology Drives With Thunderbolt 3

E-mail Print PDF
WD Upgrades G-Technology Drives With Thunderbolt 3

Western Digital (WD) follows the launch of the G-Drive USB-C with upgrades on the G-Technology product lines-- the G-Drive with Thunderbolt 3, G-Raid with Thunderbolt 3 and G-Speed Shuttle XL.

Aimed at creative professionals such as videographers and digital photographers, the upgraded storage products promise "complete, high-capacity workflow solutions" customers can easily integrate into the larger Thunderbolt 3 ecosystem.

The G-Drive with Thunderbolt 3 is a high-performance storage solution offering x2 Thunderbolt 3 ports and a USB-C port. Users can daisy chain up to 5 additional devices, while capacities reach up to 12TB through an included HGST-brand Ultrastar 7200RPM enterprise class HDD, with transfer rates reaching up to 245MB/s.

Read more...

LaCie Adds Thunderbolt 3 to 2big Dock

E-mail Print PDF
LaCie Adds Thunderbolt 3 to 2big Dock

LaCie announces an evolution of the 2big 2-bay RAID storage solution-- the addition of Thunderbolt 3 makes it a "sleek yet powerful" docking station for modern laptops such as the latest MacBook Pro.

Featuring a chassis designed by Neil Poulton, the 2big features a single cable to connect with laptops, SD cards, compact flash cards and other devices. It handles up to 20TB of storage (a 25% increase over the previous version), while Thunderbolt 3 allows transfer speeds of up to 440MB/s.

It has front-facing SD and CF card slots, a DisplayPort port for connection to displays and dual Thunderbolt 3 ports able to simultaneously power a laptop while daisy-chaining up to 5 additional Thunderbolt or x1 USB-C drive. Also included is a USB 3.1 port for compatibility with legacy devices (via adapter cable).

Read more...

HPE Completes Nimble Storage Acquisition

E-mail Print PDF
HPE Completes Nimble Storage Acquisition

HPE announces the completion of the acquisition of predictive all-flash and hybrid flash solution provider Nimble Storage, worth $1 billion in cash.

The deal expands HPE's position in the lucrative flash storage market, estimated by IDC to be worth $15bn in 2016 before growing to $20bn by 2020, with the all-flash segment growing at a CAGR of 17% over the forecast period. As a result, HPE plans to create a "comprehensive, leading-edge" storage portfolio combining Nimble predictive offerings for the entry to midrange segments, scalable midrange to high-end 3PAR solutions, SimpliVity solutions and affordable MSA products.

The acquisition also sees HPE return to public cloud storage, since Nimble runs Cloud Volumes in its own cloud.

Read more...

Page 1 of 46

  • «
  •  Start 
  •  Prev 
  •  1 
  •  2 
  •  3 
  •  4 
  •  5 
  •  6 
  •  7 
  •  8 
  •  9 
  •  10 
  •  Next 
  •  End 
  • »