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Mainstream Linux distributions now include support for NVMe/TCP

Since its ratification in last November, NVMe/TCP is gaining significant momentum in the storage arena…

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Can Private Clouds Grow Up to Be Amazon?

Smaller enterprises rely on public clouds; mammoth enterprises build their own clouds; and the rest are stuck in between. How can the gap be closed?

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Adieu, iSCSI Bottlenecks and Hello NVMe/TCP

iSCSI has served its purpose for the storage industry, and it’s time to bid it adieu. Read this blog post to understand why it’s time for NVMe/TCP.

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Amsterdam is blocking new datacenters.

Amsterdam put a stop to build new data centers for 1 year. What to do in between if we need growth in performnance and capacity. A few tips. Is this the start of encouraging efficient technologies and discouraging old cheap and pollution technologies?

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Get your hands on NVMe/TCP at Flash Memory Summit 2019

This is one of those opportunities that don’t come along often, to be on the ground floor of a major new trend. Space is limited, so don’t miss it – register now to join us at the NVMe/TCP hands-on workshop!

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Testing, Testing, 1 – 2 – 3, NVMe/TCP at UNH-IOL Plugfest ...

Tucked away in tiny Durham, New Hampshire, sits one of the most important networking and…

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Standard Protocols vs. Proprietary Lock-In for Data Storage: The Race ...

Innovation often begins with a proprietary non-standard solution that locks in users to a specific…

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The Future for Storage in the Edge Cloud

Edge cloud computing is predicted to become one of the fastest growing technological sectors. A…

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Dell Technologies World: Growth, Efficiency, & Disaggregation

This years Dell Technologies World was bigger and better than ever as 15,000 technologists, thought…

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