Interview: A3CUBE Sets Sights on the Emerging Arena of High Performance Data

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“Our architecture permits tens of thousands of SSDs to be connected together and accessed in a parallel and concurrent way using direct mapping of memory accesses from a local machine to the I/O bus and memory of a remote machine. This feature allows for data transmission between local and remote system memories without the use of operating system services. It also enables a unique linear scalability of SSDs bandwidth and IOPS and consequently allows computation and data access to scale together linearly. This totally eliminates the bottleneck in bandwidth or IOPS and provides optimal dimensions of performance, capacity, and computation with an unmatched flexibility at a fraction of the costs.”

Interview: Nexenta Seeks to Do Away with MESS

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“Software defined storage is a fundamental component of software defined data centers – the next step in the evolution of virtualization and cloud computing. In its simplest form, Software Defined Storage is about leveraging software only solutions to address storage challenges, from vendor lock-in, cost, performance, security, scale and manageability. A complete SDS portfolio enables customers to both optimize existing infrastructure and fully replace legacy configurations with industry standard hardware powered by software.”

Interview: Glassbeam Joins Forces with HDS for Complex Infrastructure Management

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“Machine logs contain simple and complex data – some logs contain time stamped data (i.e. syslogs) that are tactical events or errors used by sys admins to troubleshoot IT infrastructure. But other logs have more complex, unstructured or multi-structured text with sections on configuration info, statistics and other non-time stamped data. To make sense of the data in these logs, one needs a powerful language and processing engine to provide meaning and structure to the information. Once structure is defined, complex analytics and trend reporting can be performed.”

Interview: Active Archives for Managing and Storing Big Data

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“Active archives are ideal for organizations that face exponential data growth or regularly manage high-volume unstructured data or digital assets. Target markets include life sciences, media and entertainment, education, research, government, financial services, oil and gas, and telecommunications, as well as general IT organizations requiring online data archive options.”

Slidecast: Fujifilm’s New Dternity Storage Technology for NAS

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“Data has become the foundation upon which all smart business decisions are made. Archives have traditionally been inaccessible, offline and practically invisible. The new business culture demands more. The Dternity S unlocks the potential of your data, providing easy online access to all of your archived content.”

How MPSTOR Delivers Software Defined Storage Across Multiple Services

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MPSTOR integrates virtualization into the software stack to provide better, more robust infrastructure management. “Orkestra enables automated delivery of “Anything as a Service,” allowing cloud operators to create and deliver cost effective, differentiated services.”

Interview: Caserta Brings New Business Insights via Data Intelligence

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“Caserta Concepts is a leading big data innovation and implementation services organization. Among our areas of specialization is the development of solutions to meet the volume and variety of data and overall speed demands of the financial services sector.”

Interview: Carpathia Leverages Hadoop and the Cloud to Host Big Data Solutions

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“As a cloud operator and managed hosting provider, we’re seeing demand from a wide range of companies that are interested in leveraging the scalability and efficiency benefits of the cloud to better manage, analyze, and extract value from Big Data.”

Interview: Spectra Logic and Deep Storage Solutions for Massive Data

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“Deep storage, and tape library-based storage in general, benefit organizations that are looking to incorporate low-cost, high-density, scalable storage into their fast-growth data environments. Industries that recognize the value and regularly rely on tape storage include education, federal and state government, finance, life sciences, media and entertainment, oil and gas exploration, and Web 2.0, among others.”

Tarmin Defines and Refines Data Defined Storage

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“We are continuing to align GridBank with the growing demands of the information economy to deliver a future proof data centric solution for organizations. “