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02.10.2009 A walk down (disk) memory lane
Those at IDEMA in Santa Clara in September we treated to a one-time hard drive museum, courtesy of industry veteran Jim Porter. Check out eWeek’s slideshow of the exhibit. Not [....]
14.10.2016 Scality and Seagate Hackathon: Challenge Developers to Extend S3 Server Capabilities Using Kinetic Protocol
Giorgio Regni is CTO at Scality. Follow him on Twitter @GiorgioRegni Object storage has become the fastest-growing model for storing rich content for cloud applications, for data such as images and video. The Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 API has emerged as a standard and is used by thousands of applications in use in the cloud […]
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.
17.05.2016 IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough
For the first time, scientists at IBM Research have demonstrated reliably storing 3 bits of data per cell using a relatively new memory technology known as phase-change memory (PCM). E-mail this page Save to del.icio.us Digg this
14.04.2018 ISC West 2018: Data Storage Challenges for Video Surveillance
It’s no secret that there has been a dramatic increase in the size and amount of video surveillance data that needs to be kept—and for ever-increasing retention periods. The rapid pace of technological innovation in consumer video that gives us brilliant 4K images on our TVs also give us professional surveillance cameras that are capable [...] The post ISC West 2018: Data Storage Challenges for Video Surveillance appeared first on Seagate Blog.
27.06.2009 Watch out - data and dollars walking out the door
Data protection and data security have been major topics of discussion - especially here. But data and dollars can also physically walk out the door and SMBs should be thinking hard [....]
10.06.2009 “Up” your IT life expectancy
As expected, recent analysis coming out of research companies like IDC and Gartner indicate how tough the market is for IT - especially
17.06.2009 Data centers blur the line between buildings and machines
The New York Times’ Tom Vanderbilt had an “inimical incuriosity” (now there’s some fancy New York vocabulary for you) about data centers before he wrote this thoughtful article. One [....]
10.06.2009 Where’s your next rack going?
With the ever-increasing amounts of data storage requirements, IT managers are running out of floor space to house it all. In fact, in a Storage Magazine’s recent survey, seventy-one [....]
01.06.2009 The SATA-ization of servers
Source: Ars Technica Server technology is borrowing on a proven trend from storage with a new generation of cost-efficient architectures. Over the past five years, data centers have been transformed [....]