Headlines for Storage/Data Center
With Fujitsu Eternus, All-Flash Storage Ready for Prime Time
ETERNUS AF combines system reliability with the ultra-low response times that today's enterprise applications demand -- with SSDs operating up to 500 times faster than traditional discs -- to deliver maximum performance for mixed workloads including databases, VDI, analytics, and big data.
Fujitsu Enables High Performance, All-Flash Storage for the Mass Market with the Launch of its New ETERNUS AF Storage

Samsung Introduces LED Modules Based on Chip Scale Packaging for Spotlights and Downlights
Samsung Electronics announced a new line-up of chip scale package (CSP) LED modules for spotlights and downlights that features color tunability and increased design compatibility.
Canadian Web Hosting Upgrades Virtual Private Server Plans With New Pricing, More Resources and Locations in Canada

Western Digital Demonstrates Prototype of the World First 1Terabyte SDXC Card at Photokina 2016
Company gives photography and videography industry a preview of future SanDisk imaging technology
New Mainstream & eSports–Ready Gaming PCs Powered by 7th Generation AMD A-Series Desktop Processors Debut Globally
“Bristol Ridge” APUs pair with the all-new AM4 desktop platform to increase productivity and enhance immersive and gaming experiences; HP and Lenovo design launches demonstrate readiness of AM4 platform for upcoming “Summit Ridge” CPUs
StorageCraft releases VirtualBoot for vSphere

Canadian Web Hosting Announces New Enterprise Dedicated Server Plans

IBM Expands All-Flash Storage Offerings for Cloud and Cognitive Computing
Introducing new storage migration services for simple transition from Dell/EMC
AMD Demonstrates Breakthrough Performance of Next-Generation Zen Processor Core
Performance preview of “Summit Ridge” desktop processor demonstrates AMD achieved 40% Instruction Per Clock improvement; AMD unveils first demonstration of 32-core “Naples” server processor
Next Generation of Memory Chips Could Be 1,000 Times Faster
Most computers and smartphones feature two kinds of chips.
IBM Lab-on-a-Chip Breakthrough Aims to Help Physicians Detect Cancer and Diseases at the Nanoscale
IBM scientists have developed a new lab-on-a-chip technology that can, for the first time, separate biological particles at the nanoscale and could help enable physicians to detect diseases such as cancer before symptoms appear.
Barracuda Expands Intronis MSP Solutions Security Offerings

SoftBank snaps up mobile chip leader ARM for a whopping $32 billion

eFolder Launches Next-Gen BDR Appliance Family

Western Digital Expands Storage Capacity Of Several Drives In The My Passport Line Up To 4TB Providing New Capacity For The Industry Iconic Brand

Glyph Production Technologies unveils new line-up of rugged, portable and fast external hard drives featuring the latest USB-C connectivity.

IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough
Technology can speed up machine learning and access to the Internet of Things, mobile phone apps and cloud storage
Gartner Says Worldwide Server Virtualization Market Is Reaching Its Peak
Growth Is Being Driven by Maintenance, Rather Than New LicensesGrowth Is Being Driven by Maintenance, Rather Than New Licenses
Small businesses find help from StorageCraft backup, disaster recovery solutions in fight against ransomware
In today’s world, ransomware adds to a long list of potential threats to business continuity, such as natural disasters, equipment failure, human error and malicious cyberattacks.