Systems and Storage News Roundup (10/21-10/27)
If your favorite vendor is missing from our news roundup, it’s likely they didn’t have any pertinent announcements last week. If there’s a vendor you’re interested in seeing, email me at Nick@evaluatorgroup.com.
10/22-Independent Lab Tests Confirm ‘Massive’ DevOps Speed & Cost Advantages of Actifio and IBM Cloud Object Storage
10/24-Offering Backup Reporting Automation Across Complex Backup Environments
10/24-NEW CRAY SUPERCOMPUTER BRINGS ADVANCED AI CAPABILITIES TO THE HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPUTING CENTER STUTTGART
10/22-DataCore Awarded New Patent for Performing Parallel I/O Operations
10/25-Fujitsu Develops Technology to Automatically Adjust Computing Accuracy to Accelerate AI Processing by 10 Fold
10/25-IBM is Recognized as a 2019 Gartner Peer Insights Customers’ Choice for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service, Worldwide.
10/21-Iron Mountain Announces the Largest Rooftop Solar Installation of Any Data Center in the US
10/24-Micron Broadens Choices for Storing the World’s Data With Announcement of New Enterprise and Consumer SSDs
10/24-Oracle Autonomous Data Warehouse Speeds Up Decision Making at Telecom Fiji
10/21-Red Hat and NVIDIA Team to Bring High-Performance, Software-Defined 5G RAN to Telecoms Industry
10/24-Rubrik Delivers Next-Generation Data Management with NetApp Across Hybrid Multi-cloud
10/22-Supermicro Servers Support Breakthrough NVIDIA EGX Platform Delivering AI Processing and Management from the Data Center to the Edge
10/22-Veeam Continues to Dominate Cloud Data Management with Q3’19 Double-Digit Growth
10/29-Wasabi Opens New US East Coast Region Data Center