• Nimbus Gemini X marks the spot with 96 TB of all-flash capacity

    Nimbus Gemini X series scales out to 96 TB of all-flash capacity in a single array, with clusters hitting 960 TB; startup aims at EMC XtremIO.

    Dave Raffo7,970 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus Gemini Flash Memory Array

    The Nimbus Gemini Flash Memory Array comes with a 10-year warranty for multi-level cell flash, and supports block and file storage.

    Dave Raffo7,970 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus adds to Gemini all-flash storage array portfolio

    Nimbus Data bumps up performance of its Gemini all-flash storage array in face of increasing competition from major storage vendors.

    Dave Raffo7,970 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus Data’s Gemini all-flash arrays poised to boost capacity limits

    Nimbus Data pledges enterprise storage features in a new X-series array with a 1 PB clustered configuration and potential to store several petabytes.

    Carol Sliwa2,675 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus adds management, analytics for Gemini all-flash array

    Nimbus Data upgrades HALO storage operating system for Gemini all-flash array, adding system analytics, open API and a mobile management application.

    Todd Erickson925 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus adds solid state to 10 GigE iSCSI NAS systems

    Nimbus Data expands 10 Gigabit Ethernet capability and adds solid-state drives to IP storage systems that support iSCSI, NFS and CIFS.

    Dave Raffo7,970 pointsBadges:
  • Upcoming Nimbus all-flash storage array to offer 10-year warranty

    Nimbus Data Systems announces all-flash storage array with an internally designed processor, 48 TB total capacity and 10-year eMLC warranty.

    Todd Erickson925 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus Data Systems launches Nimbus S-class all-solid-state, no-disk storage system

    Nimbus Data Systems looks to make a splash with the Nimbus S-class multiprotocol solid-state storage system that has no disk and is priced at less than $25,000 for 2.5 TB, roughly the same price as some spinning disk systems.

    Dave Raffo7,970 pointsBadges:
  • Nimbus cloud project saves brainiacs’ bacon

    Virtualization and an open source cloud manager made an Amazon EC2 project timely for a heavy ion collider at Brookhaven National Laboratory.

    CarlBrooks1,185 pointsBadges:

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