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26 Apr 2017 Mellanox Reports First Quarter 2017 Results [62875]
Mellanox, April 26th 2017

Mellanox announced financial results for its first quarter ended March 31, 2017.

"Our first quarter InfiniBand revenues were down year-over-year, impacted by delays in the general availability of next generation x86 CPUs, seasonal trends in high-performance computing, and technology transitions occurring across several end users and OEM customers. We believe InfiniBand has maintained share in HPC, and expect revenues will see sequential growth in the coming quarters driven by current backlog and additional pipeline opportunities," said Eyal Waldman, president and CEO of Mellanox Technologies.

"Our first quarter Ethernet revenues grew across all product families sequentially, driven by the adoption of our 25/50/100 gigabit solutions. We expect 2017 to be a growth year for Mellanox."
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27 Mar 2017 4 Million RDX Removable HDDSs Sold By Tandberg Data/Sphere3D In 10 Years [61918]
StorageNewsletter.com, March 27th 2017

"Tandberg Data GmbH, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sphere 3D Corp., announced a milestone that has been a decade in the making.

More than 4 million RDX have been sold by the company and its OEM partners - representing a cumulative capacity in excess of 1.5EB of storage..."
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23 Dec 2016 New Oracle ORAchk and EXAchk Versions Released! [59168]
By Desiree Terrell, December 23rd, 2016

Desiree writes, "New features include:

  • Extended Cloud support including Big Data Cloud Services
  • Enhanced Elastic Stack integration
  • Collection Manager health score filtering
  • Oracle Platinum Services support for Oracle Auto Service Request on qualified Original Equipment Manufacture (OEM) fault events
  • Support for Exadata Sparc Linux platform

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20 Sep 2016 Dell EMC, Fujitsu, HDS And NetApp Now Shipping Brocade Gen 6 Fibre Channel Solutions [56425]
Key Finding From Gartner: Fibre Channel Will Remain Protocol of Choice for Next Decade

Brocade announced continued momentum for its GEN 6 FIBRE CHANNEL STORAGE NETWORKING solutions with availability from its key OEM partners, including Dell EMC, Fujitsu and NetApp. This announcement is in addition to Hitachi Data Systems shipping Brocade Gen 6 directors, blade and switch since July, reinforcing Fibre Channel as the protocol of choice for mission-critical enterprise storage.

A June 2016 Gartner report, "The Future of Storage Protocols," states that "storage networking investments are becoming a critical top priority due to the adoption of high-throughput, solid-state and flash storage... Storage performance bottlenecks are moving out of arrays and into the storage network, so Fibre Channel will remain as the data center storage protocol of choice for the next decade."
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25 Aug 2016 Hitachi Data Systems Announces Enhanced Integration With VMware Solutions, Debuts All-Flash Systems to Enable Digital Transformation [55621]
New Support for VMware NSX, Docker Containers and Enhanced VMware vSphere Virtual Volumes Strengthens Converged and Hyperconverged Portfolio to Automate IT, Improve Security and Enable Application Continuity

Hitachi Data Systems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., is now offering a new series of solutions designed for the software-defined data center, empowering customers to realize the full power of digital transformation, which requires a modern, agile IT environment in order to take advantage of cloud, open-source and emerging technologies to deliver reliable IT services.

The company today announced support for VMware NSX network virtualization platform, which when combined with the trusted family of high-performance converged and hyperconverged infrastructure systems from Hitachi Data Systems provides a solid foundation for powering solutions that customers can build upon with confidence. Now, Hitachi Unified Compute Platform (UCP) customers will benefit from NSX, which will help automate deployment of applications with complete networking services and advanced network virtualization capabilities. NSX helps them improve security with microsegmentation and granular security policy enforcement. Hitachi Data Systems has entered into an OEM agreement whereby the company will sell VMware NSX for use with Hitachi Unified Compute Platform.
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