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11 Aug 2017 Storage Class Memory Paradigm Still Elusive, but NVMe Is Here to Stay [65498]
eWeek, August 11th, 2017

"Despite all the talk surrounding Storage Class Memory, NVMe-based storage systems are supplying enough speed and throughput to handle the most demanding compute jobs...

There is a lot of agreement over the latest storage technologies that will drive adoption of flash in the enterprise. At the Flash Memory Summit here this week, every major vendor made an announcement based around non-volatile memory express (NVMe) or NVMe over Fabrics (NVMeF)..."
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11 Aug 2017 QLC NAND - how real is it and what can we expect from the technology? [65499]
architectingIT, August 11th, 2017

"Since NAND flash storage was first introduced into enterprise computing, we've seen a rapid explosion in the types and capabilities of flash products that can now be deployed in servers, HCI solutions and storage arrays. QLC is the next evolution of cost reducing, space increasing flash technology. What is it and what can we expect it to deliver?

Flash storage works by storing an electrical charge in a cell and using the presence of this charge to determine whether the cell is storing a '0' or a '1'. Flash devices lay down billions of cells on a silicon substrate that can then be used to store gigabytes and now terabytes of information..."
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09 Aug 2017 Nimbus Data Unveils 50 Terabyte ExaDrive SSDs [65500]
insideHPC, August 9th, 2017

"Nimbus Data unveiled ExaDrive, a powerful software and multiprocessor solution for next-generation solid state drives. Based on a patent-pending architecture, ExaDrive enables OEMs to offer SSDs with record-breaking storage capacity, unmatched density, superior longevity, and the lowest energy consumption per terabyte.

With an interface and form factor identical to HDDs, but with vastly more capacity, ExaDrive will accelerate flash adoption in the data center. Viking Technology and SMART Modular Technologies recently began shipping 50 TB and 25 TB ExaDrive-powered SSDs for cloud infrastructure, technical computing, and digital content storage..."
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08 Aug 2017 Smart Modular Introducing Osmium Drive, 50TB 3.5-Inch SAS SSD [65507], August 8th, 2017

"SMART Modular Technologies, a subsidiary of SMART Global Holdings, Inc., introduced the Osmium Drive. The Osmium Drive is a high-capacity SAS SSDe in a 3.5 inch form-factor.

This MLC-based solid state drive can be integrated into current systems for cloud storage, big data, digital imaging, artificial intelligence computing and other data-intensive data center applications.

The Osmium Drive combines capacity and power efficiency unmatched by conventional HDDs, and is available in capacities of 25TB and 50TB.

With up to 50TB of flash in a single 3.5-inch SAS drive enclosure, the Osmium Drive offers over three times the capacity of most competing SSDs on the market while consuming one-eighth the power per terabyte compared to nearline HDDs..."
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06 Aug 2017 Top Ten Articles for last few Issues [65256]
Vol 233 Issues 1, 2,3 and 4; Vol 232 Issues 1, 2, 3 and 4

We track how frequently each article is viewed on the web site to determine which the readers consider the most important. For last week, the top 10 articles were:

  • 13 Body Language Blunders That Make You Look Bad
  • 10 Essential Performance Tips For MySQL
  • A CIO's Advice: 3 Ways To Empower Innovators
  • 10 Critical Steps To Create A Culture Of Cyber Security
  • Cybersecurity and The Board
  • Zombie Technology Life After Death Tape Is Still Alive
  • Top 9 Improvements And Features In Java 9
  • Maps To The Storage Stars: Who'll Make It Big In Next 10 Years?
  • CPU Architecture After Moore's Law: What's Next?
  • The Impact Of The Internet Of Things

The longer version of this article has list of top ten articles for the last 8 weeks.
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