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Cardinal Innovations: Power of Flash, PernixData, and EMC
Today PernixData released a press release that . . .
EMC (Finally) Releases the XtremIO All-Flash Array!
It's about damn time. For those playing along at home you may remember that in May of last year EMC bought XtremIO for $430M. It's been a long wait. EMC has been testing and . . .
Cisco Starts Showing Its SDDC Hand – Acquires WHIPTAIL
Well...well...well. This morning when I jumped on Twitter I saw a few tweets that weren't totally unexpected. They were concerning Cisco acquiring a storage company. How long . . .
EMC Releases the Next Generation of VNX Arrays!
Synology Memory Test and LACP
This is just a quick note to save anyone else time that might hit this. The Synology DS Assistant tool (the one you used to install the DSM on your new NAS) also has a memory tes . . .
vSphere 5.5 – A Look at Flash Read Cache
One great new feature in vSphere 5.5 is the built-in flash read caching system. This allows you to use pretty much any SSD as a storage read cache. This can have a great positi . . .
Get Your Tweet Sized vSphere Design Pocketbook at VMworld from PernixData
A while back Frank Denneman asked if I'd like to contribute and help with a book that PernixData planned to print and give out at VMworld. Absolutely! Love to! And here we ar . . .
If you're looking for the post about EMC's next generation VNX arrays it is no longer here. Even though I received approval to post the information from EMC, the information wa . . .
A Look at PernixData’s Flash Virtualization Platform
The server-side flash cache space has really started to heat up. Once primarily the domain of Fusion I/O we're now seeing other contenders...such as PernixData.
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