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Atmos rising…(from Maui)

November 10, 2008

Today is the official GA of EMC‘s latest-n-greatest product, Atmos.  For all intents and purposes, you probably have heard of Atmos under a different guise:  Maui.  In any case, I’ll be taking a look at some of the features and functionalities of Atmos as well as potential integration points for your business.  Finally, if you’re […]

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Future Storage Systems: Part 4: Operating System – Conceptual Overview

October 13, 2008

In the previous Future Storage System articles, we’ve covered the basic hardware foundation for what I envision to be a powerful future-oriented storage solution for the commercial midrange.  However, as you’re probably aware, hardware is meaningless without software to provide the operational capabilities that are needed to mange information.  In this article, I will focus […]

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Off to Orlando…

September 30, 2008

Well, I’ll be in Orlando, FL for the next few days soaking up some good ‘ol EMC goodness (that’d be product, not sun 😉 ).  I should have some really interesting things to report on this month including more information on the CMIS “platform” (announced last month by EMC, IBM, and Microsoft) as well as […]

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Search Term Tuesday – June 3rd Edition

June 3, 2008

Note: I’m trying to tighten up the layout of content on the landing page, so, I’ll be using excerpts more and more.
Continuing from last week, this edition of Search Term Tuesday will tackle the most important searches (or at least highest ranked statistically) that landed you at this blog.
Search Term #1: cx3-10 create raid […]

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Kudos to IBM: “Racetrack Memory”

April 12, 2008

Was tripping through Google News this afternoon and happened upon a story called: New Storage Solutions From IBM @ Efluxmedia. The crux of this article discusses a new memory technology from IBM nicknamed “racetrack memory.” What is “racetrack memory” you say?
Racetrack memory, as I understand it, works by “using tiny magnetic boundaries to […]

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