Primary Data today announced it's set to introduce its new DataSphere data orchestration platform at next week's VMworld 2016 U.S. conference.
Enterprises looking for an entry point into all-flash storage are the target of a new offering from Nimble Storage, which specializes in predictive flash.
Acronis says legacy backup solutions don't cut it in the new-age enterprise world, where data and other assets are digitized and spread over complex environments that include physical and virtual systems hosted on-premises, in the cloud or across myriad mobile devices.
Oracle this week added to its Database Appliance portfolio with new offerings designed for small and mid-sized enterprises, costing as little as $18,000.
Big Data storage specialist DataDirect Networks today unveiled a new high-end Lustre-based storage appliance designed specifically for high-performance computing and targeting data-intensive enterprises.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise announced an upgrade to its OneView tool, an infrastructure automation engine that provides software-defined intelligence across HPE servers, storage devices and other products.
DataCore this week upgraded two of its enterprise storage offerings: the SANsymphony Software-Defined Storage platform and the Hyper-converged Virtual SAN.
The inexorable migration to flash-based enterprise storage continues. Following on the heels of IBM's new solutions announced a couple weeks ago, Dell Inc. yesterday introduced its own all-flash and hybrid flash offerings.
"Unprecedented speed" is the key ingredient in IBM's new flash storage solutions, designed for the new world of intelligent, cloud-based business apps.
EMC unveiled a flurry of new products at its EMC World 2016 conference with the goal of modernizing the datacenter.
With a mission to help organizations move from traditional file systems to more flexible, scalable cloud infrastructures, SwiftStack has upgraded its namesake "enterprise-ready object storage software."
Microsoft announced a GS-Series for enterprises using Azure VMs, adding more storage.
A new survey indicates the primary pain point in enterprise storage implementations today is performance, with latency listed as a big problem.