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Sony is pushing the industry into ditching the old-school tape storage system with its new Optical Disc Archive Drive.
29.05.2008 1 TB, Blu-ray Compatible Optical Disc Announced
Call/Recall has announced it is developing a 1TB optical drive and disk, backwards compatible with Blu-ray, in partnership with with the Nichia Corporation of Japan.
02.05.2008 XBOX 360 Finally Getting Blu-ray
After months of rumors and denials, the XBOX 360 with a Blu-ray disc drive is due to be manufactured soon and shipped in Q3 of 2008. Pegatron Technology, an OEM subsidiary of Asustek Computer, is reported to have received the winning order from Microsoft
17.06.2008 Millionth drive ships
The millionth LTO tape drive shipped from Singapore in May. Isn't it time you found out why IBM Ultrium LTO tape drives are so popular?
17.06.2008 Great prices, great coffee
Reduced prices for select LTO cartridges at the IBM Tape Media Center, plus a complimentary $25 premium coffee card for orders of $500 or more.
17.06.2008 IBM LTO Tape Media Rewards
Accumulate points for top quality electronics and other prizes when you purchase IBM LTO Ultrium data cartridges.
17.06.2008 IBM TS3400 Tape Library
IBM’s latest high performance, high capacity tape library, configurable with two TS1120 drives and up to 12.6 TB of highly accessible native storage.
17.06.2008 Storage replacement money saver
IBM provides pickup and proper disposal of storage machines, at no additional charge, when you replace them with eligible IBM disk or tape storage products. Some limitations apply.
12.01.2016 NVMe 1.2 Redefines SSD Design As Marvell Releases HBM SSD Controller
Marvell released its 88NV1140 SSD controller at CES 2016 in a move that will likely lead to a sweeping change in the way manufacturers design SSDs.
06.03.2008 Report: IBM Number One in Total Storage Hardware Branded Revenues for 3Q07
IBM today announced that IDC, a leading IT market research and advisory firm, reported that for 3Q07, IBM was the number one global storage hardware vendor in the world, based on disk plus tape branded revenues combined (1). IBM captured 21.9 percent of the total global branded disk plus tape revenue share for 3Q07, besting all other major storage hardware vendors for the quarter. Save to del.icio.us