Texas Memory Systems

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Name: Texas Memory Systems
First reported Oct 22 2014 - Updated Oct 22 2014 - 1 reports

1Ten Leading Vendors in Flash Storage

Flash storage has come a long way in the last few years – a truly long way. And today’s flash storage vendors hope to capitalize on that trend.Just ten years ago, if you wanted fast access storage, your only real option was 15,000 RPM drives, which had ... [Published Enterprise Storage Forum - Oct 22 2014]
First reported Oct 21 2014 - Updated Oct 21 2014 - 1 reports

Reg man has the cure for IBM storage: Just swallow 10 firms

Internet Security Threat Report 2014Comment When you are walking on the Moon, far from home and Earth's tethering gravity then giant steps are what you take. When a product set becomes low or no-growth, then its tethering product gravity effect is weakened ... [Published The Register - Oct 21 2014]
First reported Oct 15 2014 - Updated Oct 15 2014 - 1 reports

SolidFire's big round of funding shows flash storage has arrived.

In the old days – a decade ago – the fastest storage systems were 15,000 RPM drives with puny capacity that served as the fast access storage layer for the "hot" data, the data that was being fetched and updated the most frequently.These drives were a ... [Published ITworld.com - Oct 15 2014]
First reported Sep 30 2014 - Updated Sep 30 2014 - 1 reports

All-flash array roundup: A two-track approach from big storage

Top array makers are scrambling to ensure they have an flash storage offering to satisfy customer requirements and shareholder expectations.The pull factor towards the all-flash array has been the requirements of virtualisation in which the random and ... [Published Computer Weekly - Sep 30 2014]
First reported Sep 20 2014 - Updated Sep 20 2014 - 1 reports

Quocirca Insights: IBM - A new behemoth, or a wounded beast?

IBM recently held its first major event for industry analysts since its announcement of the divestment of its x86 server and product line to Lenovo. At the event, Tom Rosamilia (SVP IBM Systems and Technology Group) and Steve Mills (SVP, Software and ... [Published Computer Weekly - Sep 20 2014]
First reported Sep 18 2014 - Updated Sep 18 2014 - 1 reports

NetApp makes single-node FlashRay systems available

NetApp today said it is shipping its FlashRay all-flash storage system, the vendor's third all-flash platform and first built from the ground up. However, FlashRay is still available only to select customers and partners and some of its most valuable ... [Published SearchDisasterRecovery.com - Sep 18 2014]
First reported Jun 13 2014 - Updated Jun 13 2014 - 2 reports

The software evolution for modernizing IBM’s flash storage strategy | #IBMedge

Over the last few years, companies such as IBM have begun focusing on faster storage solutions, including the cloud. With the introduction of flash technology, the storage game changed drastically. Now, not only can companies store more data, they ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 13 2014]
First reported Jun 09 2014 - Updated Jun 09 2014 - 1 reports

IBM flash array strategy mastermind talks tech + market trends | #IBMedge

Woody Hutsell had seen technologies come and go in the 14 years he’s been in the memory industry, but the underlying focus on enabling faster data access never changed. The former Texas Memory Systems (TMS) executive, who joined Big Blue following its ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 09 2014]

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Gartner praised SolidFire in its August 2014 Magic Quadrant report on solid-state storage arrays, calling it "an attractive platform for running next-generation cloud and big data workloads." But it also dinged the company for high initial costs, even for its low-end platforms, as a potential drawback for customers
"We know single-node architecture doesn't appeal to everyone, but we thought the time was right to get it in front of customers" McConney said

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1Ten Leading Vendors in Flash Storage [Published Enterprise Storage Forum - Oct 22 2014]
Reg man has the cure for IBM storage: Just swal... [Published The Register - Oct 21 2014]
SolidFire's big round of funding shows flash st... [Published ITworld.com - Oct 15 2014]
All-flash array roundup: A two-track approach f... [Published Computer Weekly - Sep 30 2014]
Quocirca Insights: IBM - A new behemoth, or a w... [Published Computer Weekly - Sep 20 2014]
NetApp makes single-node FlashRay systems avail... [Published SearchDisasterRecovery.com - Sep 18 2014]
The software evolution for modernizing IBM’s fl... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 13 2014]
Flash storage report card: How was IBM graded? ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 13 2014]
IBM flash array strategy mastermind talks tech ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 09 2014]
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The software evolution for modernizing IBM’s fl... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 13 2014]
Over the last few years, companies such as IBM have begun focusing on faster storage solutions, including the cloud. With the introduction of flash technology, the storage game changed drastically. Now, not only can companies store more data, they ...
Flash storage report card: How was IBM graded? ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 13 2014]
With flash technologies comprising the new frontier in the storage solutions market, how have big players, such as IBM, performed? A few years ago, flash was not a much-supported technology, but that has changed. Now, everyone wants in on the game. ...
IBM flash array strategy mastermind talks tech ... [Published SiliconANGLE - Jun 09 2014]
Woody Hutsell had seen technologies come and go in the 14 years he’s been in the memory industry, but the underlying focus on enabling faster data access never changed. The former Texas Memory Systems (TMS) executive, who joined Big Blue following its ...
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