Intel Atom Processor Offers Storage Value
Using a low-cost Atom processor from Intel in a storage system can lower costs, improve power efficiency, and take up less rack space while also providing acceptable performance.
What's Next In Storage Interfaces
Storage infrastructures need the ability to handle more random I/O, deliver higher IOPS performance, and take away some of the load from the primary CPU.
Go Cloud Or Go Home
Cloud computing can be diluted into uselessness when mixed with immature technologies and poor practices.
Cloud Expertise Featured At Interop
The conference will offer a wide variety of panel discussions, keynotes, and workshops from the likes of CloudScaling, Microsoft, Rackspace, and other leading vendors and analysts.
Keeping RAID Alive
When it comes to protecting data on disk, few technologies are more universal RAID; it faces challenges in the future data center, but is hardly alone in that.
Can Archive Replace Backup?
Everyone should know the difference between backup and archive yet many data centers still use their backup application as their archive product.
Dell Refreshes SMB Servers, Storage
Manufacturer adds Intel's Sandy Bridge processors to its entry-level and midmarket servers, while rolling out two storage devices aimed at firms dealing with massive data growth.
Solid State Storage First Step: SSD As Cache
Though it's reliable and can boost performance, storage managers still struggle to properly apply solid state technology for maximum benefit without the need to rearchitect storage infrastructure.
Acer Launches SMB Storage Systems
The Hitachi-made storage arrays and adaptable modular storage complement the Acer servers launched earlier this year for small and midsize businesses.