Articles By Chris Mellor

Future PCs could run 18 billion, billion times faster

Future PCs could run 18 billion, billion times faster

How would you like your computer to run 18 billion, billion times faster? Aa University of Utah physicist says he...

November 22nd, 2006 Chris Mellor
Firm makes fastest data storage disk drive

Firm makes fastest data storage disk drive

Texas Memory Systems has produced what it claims is the fastest storage in the world, working at more than 600...

November 19th, 2006 Chris Mellor
Survey: Regulations take back seat in managing storage

Survey: Regulations take back seat in managing storage

Data growth and disaster recovery/business continuity (DR/BC) are driving archive planning much more than regulatory compliance. The second annual Bridgehead...

October 5th, 2006 Chris Mellor
Brocade aims to save big with McData buy

Brocade aims to save big with McData buy

Storage area network (SAN) switch vendor Brocade is buying rival McData for US$713 million in shares. Brocade aims to be...

August 8th, 2006 Chris Mellor
Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk launches storage grid

Crosswalk, the data protection management vendor, has introduced its grid storage product. The iGrid 5100 comes as two to eight...

May 24th, 2006 Chris Mellor
London police take advanced approach to fighting crime

London police take advanced approach to fighting crime

One of the justifications for an increase in the number of days a terrorist suspect can be held in the...

November 3rd, 2005 Chris Mellor
Sun collapses in the storage market

Sun collapses in the storage market

Sun is falling behind in the storage market, according to the latest market report from Gartner. In an external controller-based...

July 5th, 2005 Chris Mellor
Samsung to launch fastest RAM

Samsung to launch fastest RAM

Samsung Corp. is set to introduce the world's fastest memory for multimedia applications. The company claimed that workstations and servers...

January 27th, 2005 Chris Mellor
E.U. plans expansion of data retention laws

E.U. plans expansion of data retention laws

The European Union (E.U.) is planning to bring in new legislation that will force telcos to retain traffic data for...

October 19th, 2004 Chris Mellor
HGST dumps US plant for China

HGST dumps US plant for China

Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Inc. (HGST) is winding its main 332-acre San Jose manufacturing plant site in the U.S. in...

October 12th, 2004 Chris Mellor