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November 13, 2012, 06:10 AM
SolidFire today announced general availability of its SF3010 and SF6010 all-SSD storage systems, designed to allow cloud providers bring performance- and uptime-sensitive applications like Oracle, SAP, Hadoop and NoSQL into the cloud.#ssd#storage#raid#hd#solidfire
November 5, 2012, 09:05 AM
TwinStrata has announced CloudArray 4.0, the newest version of its cloud storage gateway that integrates enterprise storage with cloud storage through native support for NAS and SAN protocols. TwinStrata's CloudArray P300 is the industry’s first line of cloud-integrated storage appliances to natively support both NAS and iSCSI.#server#cloud#drive#ssd#storage#hd#twinstrata#cloudarray#hhd
November 2, 2012, 02:51 PM
New Products Embrace SSD and Thunderbolt SpeedIdeal for Creative Professionals, Media and Mac Enthusiasts SAN JOSE, CALIF. - November 2, 2012 -- Drobo, makers of award-winning data storage products for businesses and professionals, today announced the general availability and shipping of the Drobo Mini and Drobo 5D. The Drobo Mini and 5D products are the...#thunderbolt#drobo#5d#mini#drobo 5d#storage array#ssd
November 1, 2012, 10:06 PM
It looks like it's RED Day here at NoFilmSchool. Both Sony and RED have been making a lot of noise in relation to new products (or price reductions). We've got the new F5 and F55 cameras, and a new 4K recorder from Sony, and while we can’t be sure of the final price just yet, it's clear RED and Sony both view compressed formats as important (even if one might say 1080p/2K is a#red#ssd#prores#48gb#redmag
November 1, 2012, 03:27 PM
Free DNxHD update for the highest quality, most affordable SSD/HDD recorder on the market... Atomos, the creator of award-winning field recorders Ninja-2 and Samurai, announce that AtomOS 4.0 will support the Avid DNxHD...#dnxhd#ssd#atmos#atmosos#samurai#ninja#hdd#field recorders
October 29, 2012, 03:01 PM
The Intel SSD 335 Series is a progressive update of the SSD 330, which was released in April of this year. Aside from minor software changes, the only major iterative difference with the SSD 335 is the NAND. Where the SSD 330 used 25nm MLC NAND, the SSD 335 takes advantage of a die shrink, thus using Intel's 20nm MLC NAND.#software#ssd#intel#solid state drive
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