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EMC hikes power of VNX line

EMC Corp. is putting more muscle into its top-selling storage line in Canada. The company said Wednesday that new versions...

September 4th, 2013 Howard Solomon

EMC launches ‘Project Lightning’ PCIe

EMC launches ‘Project Lightning’ PCIe

FRAMINGHAM, Mass -- EMC today launched its long-awaited "Project Lightning," now called the VFCache product line, an initiative to sell PCIe-based...

February 6th, 2012 Lucas Mearian

Intel, Toshiba, Samsung aim to halve chip circuitry size

Intel, Toshiba, Samsung aim to halve chip circuitry size

Three unlikely bedfellows have joined forces to halve the size of the technology used to make NAND flash chips and...

November 1st, 2010 Lucas Mearian

Data warehousing vendors bicker over flash memory

Data warehousing vendors bicker over flash memory

Scalability has been the buzzword for data warehousing vendors over the past several years, with the standout questions being, how...

February 1st, 2010 Eric Lai

MySpace dumps server hard disks for flash drives

MySpace dumps server hard disks for flash drives

Social networking site MySpace.com announced today that it has switched from using hard disk drives in its servers to using...

October 19th, 2009 Lucas Mearian

Which operating system is best for SSDs?

Which operating system is best for SSDs?

Solid-state disk (SSD) drive architecture can play a big role in how fast a computer boots up and performs. But...

December 11th, 2008 Lucas Mearian

16 new world changing technologies

16 new world changing technologies

The Next Big thing? The memristor, a microscopic component that can "remember" electrical states even when turned off. It's expected...

November 25th, 2008 Christopher Null

Intel releases solid-state flash for servers and storage

Intel releases solid-state flash for servers and storage

Intel has started shipping new solid-state flash drives designed for servers, workstations and storage devices. Intel announced the move Wednesday...

October 19th, 2008 Jon Brodkin

German, Taiwanese firms team on memory chips

German, Taiwanese firms team on memory chips

German memory chip giant Qimonda AG late last week announced a five-year pact to develop several types of non-volatile memory...

January 3rd, 2008 Dan Nystedt