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Re-live the wild history of the VMware-Cisco-EMC venture.
Acquires backup appliances formerly known as Whitewater.
Amazon also secures IRAP stamp.
Eyes future as a cloud broker.
A couple days ago, a keen-eyed member of the EVGA forums spotted a Samsung 850 EVO pre-order listing at Frys. The 1TB drive was priced at $499.99, a deal good until October 30, and the November 3 shipping estimate suggested an imminent release. Reddit picked up the story,...
And the cloud storage arms race rages on. Microsoft has announced that it plans to phase in unlimited OneDrive storage for Office 365 subscribers. Here's the skinny from the official OneDrive blog: Moving forward, all Office 365 customers will get unlimited OneDrive storage at no additional cost...
One of these days, we're just going to skip the intro and dive right into the bulleted list. But not today. This counts as an intro, right? Ultra-wide monitors seem to be getting more popular, and Newegg has one of 'em on sale right now. Dell's 29" U2913WM is down...
There are speedy USB 3.0 thumb drives, and then there's VisionTek's newly announced Pocket SSD. Apparently, the drive's "aircraft-grade aluminum" housing conceals a SandForce controller backed by enough flash chips to hit 455MB/s during reads and 440MB/s during writes—you know, about the same level...
Mini-ITX motherboards can be ideal for home file servers, but the associated enclosures typically have a limited number of drive bays, especially for 3.5" mechanicals. Lian Li's new PC-Q26 should have no problem housing a massive RAID array, though. The firm's latest mini contender is loaded with...
There's a new PCIe SSD in town, and it sounds very fast indeed. G.Skill claims its Phoenix Blade 480GB can hit sequential speeds up to 2000MB/s. Random 4KB writes peak at 245,000 IOps, the company says, but there should probably be an asterisk next to those peak rates. The...
Adds SanDisk to growing roster.
Vendor finally confirms local launch.
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is due out on November 4, and the minimum system requirements have appeared on Steam. In some respects, they're not too demanding; any reasonably recent CPU and discrete graphics card should do. However, the new CoD demands at least 6GB of system memory and...
Android users may be pleasantly surprised when they fire up the Gmail app in Android 5.0 Lollipop. As Android Police reports, the new app won't just boast an updated look based on Google's Material Design style. It will also lets you add accounts from third-party e-mail providers:
We asked if you'd run your own data centre or go the cloud.
Picks 6YS as key local cloud services partner.
CRN poll asks which path you favour.
SSDs with full-drive encryption are a dime a dozen these days. A UK-based company called SecureDrives is taking data security much further, though. It's developed a line of SSDs with robust encryption, two-factor authentication, and a novel self-destruct mechanism. 256-bit AES encryption is...
UPS West signs data centre cooling and power giant.
Intel gets new competition from Moonshot server.
Will pay compensation if private cloud SLA is broken.
SDN war sees ex-DiData guru move vendors.
Most folks these days have many gigabytes, if not terabytes, of personal and family data to manage: pictures, videos, financial info, and so on. Storage capacities for media of all sorts keep growing, but so does the demand, as I noted earlier today. Keeping up with all of it,...
The best deal of the week is easily Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 970, which is already selling online with prices starting at $329.99. It's not the only deal around, though. Here are a few other items we found while scouring the web this morning: While we're talking Maxwell-based graphics...
In some ways, Micron's M600 SSD is exactly what you'd expect. It combines the company's own 16-nm NAND with a marginally updated version of the usual Marvell controller. This pairing is familiar from the Crucial MX100, which is sold through Micron's consumer brand, but the M600 is quite different...
Targets the enterprise.
Buying up businesses, customers and data centres.
Local boss Rodd Cunico opens up to CRN about $171m Oakton bid.
Distie says Nutanix will complement existing channels.

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