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Nimbus Delivers Flash Storage for Mission-Critical Infrastructure
Nimbus Data Systems' E-Class Flash Memory System is a fully redundant multi-protocol solid-state storage system that packs 440 TB into a single rack and is intended for mission-critical enterprise and cloud infrastructure.
Recommind Simplifies eDiscovery With End-to-End Management
Recommind, maker of the Axcelerate eDiscovery Suite, wants to simplify the complexity of the eDiscovery process with a fully integrated platform that manages it from end to end, whether on-premise, in the cloud or both.
Cleversafe Unveils 10 Exabyte Storage System for Big Data
Building on its object-based dispersed storage technology, Cleversafe announces the availability of a 10 Exabyte storage system.
Amplidata Looks Beyond RAID for Large, Unstructured Data
Startup pitches reliability advantages and cost savings in object-based storage technology as an alternative to RAID deployments.
Amazon Bridges On-Premises Storage and Cloud With Storage Gateway
Amazon Web Services introduces a beta of a new service that uses an iSCSI interface to give on-premises storage appliances the ability to upload snapshots to the Amazon S3 cloud storage service.
RainStor Debuts Native Hadoop Database for Big Data Analytics
With the ability to use both MapReduce and rapid-response SQL query, RainStor said its database will help customers get more out of their Hadoop environments while achieving better compression than even columnar databases.
Symantec Integrates Archive and eDiscovery, Acquires LiveOffice
Symantec promises tighter integration between its Enterprise Vault archiving solution and its Clearwell eDiscovery Platform. It has also acquired archiving OEM partner LiveOffice for $115 million.
InMage to Unify Backup, Disaster Recovery
Data protection firm touts a unified approach for a variety of enterprise platforms, server and storage configurations.
IBM Engineers Atomic-Scale Memory
Big Blue scientists announced that they were able to store a bit of information in as few as 12 magnetic atoms, a breakthrough that could lead to storage technology at least 100 times denser than currently available.
Seagate Revises 2Q Guidance Upward but HDDs Still in Short Supply
Reporting preliminary fiscal second quarter 2012 financial results, Seagate Technology said revenues for the quarter were better than expected, but it believes hard disk drives will continue to be in short supply through 2012.