Storage giant hints at new flash offerings to be unveiled later this year.
Storage giant dismisses threat of flash competitors.
Market watcher claims, by 2014, companies without a social media strategy could lose customers.
The chip manufacturer announces its first PCIe-based solid state drives under the 910 series umbrella.
The 2.5in solid state drives will begin shipping in April.
Reports claim the Maple Crest and Ramsdale series will be out in less than two months, with more new SSDs due in the third and fourth quarter of 2012.
The storage product targets the small business with its Atom processor and hard disk supply.
Devices using the new Thunderbolt interface for high-performance external storage debuted at CeBIT, plus new unified network storage systems.
DRAMeXchange claims this year will see SSD hit the ‘pricing sweet spot’ which will encourage adoption.
The US firm crosses the ocean to release its hardy storage portfolio.
The storage firm decides a whole new business needs to be formed to give the focus and attention to solid state technology.
Compellent may be a serious boon to Dell's profits, but the company's growth remains stunted by public sector and consumer weaknesses.
The company’s new SSD storage array helps drive dedupe further into smaller data centres.
The storage giant brings single-level cell NAND flash to enterprise storage.
Tiny drives holding decent amounts of data may soon be available thanks to IBM's breakthrough.
The partners close their $1.4 billion deal in the midst of the HDD shortage crisis.
Merger approved as good for competition in storage market under the EU merger regulation.
The 710 Series is an enterprise-level MLC SATA solid state drive that offers greater performance, reliability and TCO for datacentres.
Intel has introduced a range of SSD drives which make up the 320 Series family.
Academics in California claim solid state disks are tougher to clear data from than hard drives and could pose a risk to security.
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