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08.03.2018 Why NVMe Matters for the Future of Data Centers
An optimally-running data center must have a storage protocol (a standard for storage software, features and so on) and a hardware interface that is developed and tuned for the media device. Such is the case with SAS and SATA, the two key point-to-point serial protocols that move data to and from computer-storage devices like hard [...] The post Why NVMe Matters for the Future of Data Centers appeared first on Seagate Blog.
19.09.2016 IBM Power Systems and Red Hat Extend Collaboration for Next-Generation Cloud Platforms
IBM and Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE: RHT), a leading provider of open source solutions, today announced enhancements and growth in their long-standing alliance to better help clients embrace hybrid cloud. Through joint engineering and deeper product collaboration, the two companies plan to deliver solutions built on key components of Red Hat’s portfolio of open source products, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Red Hat Virtualization, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Availability offerings. This move will help position IBM Power Systems as a featured component of Red Hat’s hybrid cloud strategy spa...
21.05.2009 Seagate Joins Leading Filmmaker Group Ying E Chi In Celebrating 10 Years Of Independent Filmmaking In Hong Kong
HONG KONG - May 21, 2009 - In support of Hong Kong’s independent filmmaking industry, Seagate (NASDAQ: STX), the world’s leading hard drive and storage solutions provider, is joining with [....]
10.11.2009 Seagate & Microsoft – a match made in heaven?
Seagate’s i365 and Microsoft announced a partnership to shake up data protection in the midmarket. i365 eVault backup solutions + Microsoft Data Protection Manager = Channel opportunity i365 benefits from [....]
30.11.2012 Cellum Group Selects IBM Flex System To Bring New Mobile Payment Services To The Market
Shoppers in Hungary will soon have a better convenience in bill paying thanks to the new and enhanced mobile payment service from Cellum Group and based on the IBM Flex System. Cellum is the largest provider of m-payment solutions in Hungary, with more than a million mobile payment transactions per month and significant growth in the total numbers of customers using their services. E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
31.01.2014 What does a Seagate Kinetic-based system look like?
Seagate announced the Kinetic Open Storage platform last October, and we have spent the better part of the last few months working with software and hardware partners, talking to customers / users, and readying the ecosystem with tools to design new object-oriented hyper-scale solutions. Early on, I blogged about how “For Seagate Kinetic to fly…it’s [...]
15.08.2011 Intel, Xyratex and Seagate: Simplifying Storage Solutions
There’s nothing more simple, than the building blocks that young children play with. Open system-based storage building blocks provide the same simplicity for businesses. In Xyratex’s Storage Insights blog, Michael Connolly’s blog entitled Trends Affecting Storage Market Growth expounds on the virtues of meeting the growing need for open-system-based storage solutions that facilitate easy integration [...]
17.06.2008 Save more than 50% on IBM System Storage entry virtualization solutions
Act quickly to acquire an eligible new virtualization solution incorporating two SAN Volume Controller engines preloaded with SAN Volume Controller software, plus an IBM DS4700 disk system.
02.05.2008 IBM Delivers Pre-Packaged Business Solutions for Small and Midsize Enterprises
IBM today announced a new offering to help small and midsize enterprises (SME) rapidly deploy SAP software on IBM Power Systems. The new offering, IBM i InstallOption for SAP, dubbed KOBI, provides SAP value added resellers with a pre-configured and fully customized installation routine for SAP Business All-in-One solutions that can reduce system installation time at the customer site significantly. Save to del.icio.us
31.03.2008 Report: IBM Outpaces Overall Storage Software Growth for 12th Consecutive Quarter
IBM (NYSE: IBM) outperformed storage software vendor EMC in the fourth quarter of 2007, according to new revenue share data released by IDC. IBM grew storage software revenue 16 percent year-over-year, more than three times the growth rate of EMC, as reported by IDC. Save to del.icio.us