• Hitachi VSP has new all-flash F Series, inline compression

    Hitachi Data Systems launched a new Hitachi VSP F Series all-flash array with new denser custom flash modules featuring on-board inline data compression.

    Carol Sliwa1,805 pointsBadges:
  • AT&T cloud storage offers EMC Atmos, VPN, compression

    AT&T Synaptic Storage as a Service uses EMC Atmos storage; AT&T cloud service includes data compression and a choice of public Internet or VPN.

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  • A new approach to condensing data leads to a 99% compression rate

    Given the enormous thirst for data, coupled with the finite existence of copper and fiber optic cables that link clients and servers together, the need for powerful compression algorithms is self-evident. Has XLABS solved the problem with a 99% rate? They just may have.

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  • Compression, deduplication and encryption: What’s the difference?

    Learn the distinction between compression, deduplication and encryption as these concepts are gaining importance in everyday storage.

    SteveBige015,435 pointsBadges:
  • Toigo: Deduplication and compression are short-term capacity fixes

    Learn why analyst Jon Toigo says the value of dedupe and compression software is lowering, and why other capacity tools are a better bet.

    JToigo1,100 pointsBadges:
  • Design critical in data compression backups

    Compressing data for tape backup is not only reliable, but can also improve backup performance and produce hardware savings. But if not designed properly, it can cause bottlenecks.

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  • Data compression puts auto parts maker in fast lane

    An auto parts maker has discovered that, by compressing its data stream, it not only could eliminate link capacity and latency problems, but also save more than $30,000 per year on bandwidth costs.

    SearchCIO5,130 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle 11g data compression

    Here is an overview of new 11g compression features, which make storage up to three times cheaper, solid-state flash drives far less expensive allowing Oracle shops to forever eliminate the high costs of platter-disk I/O and enjoy data access speeds up to 300x faster.

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  • You don’t need Oracle DB 12c Heat Map to prioritize, compress data

    PayPal Database Engineer John Kanagaraj says an AWR workaround lets you prioritize and compress data in earlier ODB versions.

    Mark Fontecchio3,850 pointsBadges:
  • IBM buys Storwize for primary data compression

    IBM completes long-rumored acquisition of Storwize, continuing the trend of major vendors adding primary data reduction technology to their storage platforms.

    ITKE376,445 pointsBadges:

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