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Making a Difference in the Flash Industry

By Camberley Bates, Thursday, May 24th 2018

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This is the fourth year I have hosted the SuperWomen in Flash, an event that recognizes and encourages the engagement of women in our industry. We have done this with a panel and social event.  This year we are adding...

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Why we are so interested in High-Performance Computing in the Enterprise, and you should be too

By Camberley Bates, Sunday, November 5th 2017

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Most recently we added Frederic Van Haren to our team of analysts to cover a very big space – HPC/ AI / Deep Learning / Machine Learning --- call it what you will.  We’ve been known as the super technical...

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Economic Interactive Models, TCO and other Tools for Solid State Array Decision Making

By Camberley Bates, Sunday, August 7th 2016

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Since I began my career, I have always used business case models to determine best approaches for everything from comparing acquisition options to the value of implementing new technologies.  For Evaluator Group, this has been a way of business as...

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Flash Memory Summit: Women in Flash Technology Panel

By Camberley Bates, Wednesday, July 29th 2015

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Never thought I would host a panel on this topic. In fact I rarely attend a women’s designated industry event, but when the Flash Memory Summit organizers asked me to host the Women in Flash Technology panel, I said yes....

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Hyper-Converged, Hype it is Not

By Camberley Bates, Monday, June 29th 2015

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In July we host  Hyper-Converged Webinar Summit in conjunction with SNIA (plus speakers from Intel, HP and Nutanix). Since we launched our Hyper-Converged coverage in March, it has been the highest requested research area from IT end users. Hyper-Converged (HC)...

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Will Tier 1 Storage Be All Solid State in 3 years?

By Camberley Bates, Monday, June 8th 2015

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We contend Tier 1 storage purchases will be all solid state in 3 years; 5 years on the outside for the enterprise data center. While we have caught some heat with this position, we contend the movement is more than...

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EMC World 2015, Version 2.5 – Blog post by Camberley Bates

By Camberley Bates, Friday, May 8th 2015

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This last week we were at EMC World, held in Las Vegas with a record crowd and lots of news. The big, actionable news items were the new XtremIO (bigger, better), a cool new DSSD rack-scale flash system (faster but...

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Dot Hill: Turn of Events — blog by Camberley Bates

By Camberley Bates, Tuesday, April 28th 2015

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Last week, Dot Hill hosted a financial analyst event in NYC, right next to the NASDAQ. Three years ago, their stock was hovering around 1.00 and things were not looking particularly great for the company. They were critiqued for being...

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The New Storage Players – blog by Camberley Bates

By Camberley Bates, Monday, April 20th 2015

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Over the last year we have seen a new type of storage player enter the Enterprise IT market. This group includes names that we’ve known as component players tucked inside the systems (think Intel inside), but are now entering the...

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Measuring Performance on Solid State Systems and More by Camberley Bates

By Camberley Bates, Wednesday, April 15th 2015

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Several months ago, Evaluator Group joined the webinar service BrightTalk to provide educational content on storage. Reading through BrightTalk’s list of past and upcoming summits (day-long webinar events), we noticed they had content on nearly every major new storage technology...

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