• VDI, SQL Server draw Boston Scientific to EMC XtremIO

    Boston Scientific adopted EMC XtremIO all-flash arrays for VDI then SQL Server databases; chief architect hopes to expand to general-purpose storage.

    ITKE350,300 pointsBadges:
  • EMC pushes out XtremIO flash array, more PCIe flash

    EMC makes its XtremIO all-flash array available on a limited basis, also adds eMLC PCIe server-side flash cards and rebrands VFCache.

    Dave Raffo4,615 pointsBadges:
  • All-flash array marketing heating up, but is consolidation coming?

    EMC-XtremIO speculation draws attention to growing list of startups selling all-flash arrays, as well as hybrid arrays with flash and disk for tiers.

    Dave Raffo4,615 pointsBadges:
  • FlexPod vs. Vblock: How the integrated IT stacks stack up

    EMC and NetApp partner with Cisco and VMware for their integrated storage stacks, but the management, support and sales strategies are different.

    Todderickson900 pointsBadges:
  • How will EMC, Dell position EVO: RAIL appliances?

    EMC and Dell have signed on to sell VMware EVO: RAIL hyper-converged appliances, but both have other products that can be seen as competitive.

    Dave Raffo4,615 pointsBadges:
  • Panzura CEO discusses fading cloud storage gateway market

    CEO Randy Chou discusses why he thinks the cloud gateway market will be absorbed by cloud providers or legacy storage vendors, and why EMC isn't a competitor.

    Carol Sliwa1,025 pointsBadges:
  • Architecture firm ‘upgrades’ to VNXe3150 entry-level storage

    Architecture firm Kahler Slater switched from EMC CX3-20 midrange FC SAN to VNXe3150 entry-level storage, saving footprint and cost.

    Dave Raffo4,615 pointsBadges:
  • EMC explains differences between ScaleIO, VSAN and ViPR software

    What's the difference between EMC's ScaleIO, VMware VSAN software and ViPR? That's a question EMC execs get a lot these days.

    Sonia Lelii1,595 pointsBadges:
  • EMC’s Project Lightning embraces server-side flash SSDs

    The opening day of EMC World Las Vegas 2011 featured a surprising launch of flash solid state on a PCIe card for servers from the world’s largest storage vendor.

    Dave Raffo4,615 pointsBadges:
  • Keep EMC XtremIO performance comparison in perspective, analyst says

    Storage Switzerland's George Crump discusses a slide at EMC World 2014 that compared EMC XtremIO performance with that of an unnamed competitor.

    ITKE350,300 pointsBadges:

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