• SAS ups ‘big data’ ante with high-performance computing platform

    SAS has partnered with Teradata and EMC Greenplum to release a high-performance analytics computing platform to handle 'big data.'

    Nicole Laskowski2,115 pointsBadges:
  • Implementing SAS storage

    This tip offers advice on how to carefully lay out your topology, choose an appropriate mix of SAS and SATA drives and plan for future growth before setting up a SAS system.

    searchStorage9,155 pointsBadges:
  • HGST Ultrastar SAS SSDs incorporate Intel 20 nm NAND

    HGST and Intel extend SAS partnership with 20 nm NAND Ultrastar SAS SSDs with storage capacity up to 1.6 TB.

    gkranz250 pointsBadges:
  • SAS disk drive advantage?

    Fibre Channel (FC) disk drives were at one time considered to be serial SCSI (SAS) and these are well entrenched. With FATA disks (providing SATA advantage), what advantage is there to put out a new serial SAS disk with new infrastructure, etc.?

    Gregs1,165 pointsBadges:
  • Making sense of the alphabet soup of server-attached storage

    There's been plenty of talk about software-defined storage and how it creates networks from DAS, SAN and NAS. See if it's right for your shop.

    ITKE345,295 pointsBadges:
  • Coraid optimizes EtherDrive for use as flash array

    Coraid launches SRX6000 high-speed flash array, which can have any mix of solid-state drive and SAS and SATA hard drives.

    Sonia Lelii1,465 pointsBadges:
  • Storage tiers: SAS interface, MLC flash rising

    SAS vs. SATA battle in enterprise data storage shows hard drives with SAS interface trending up; cheaper MLC SSDs outnumber SLC in enterprise.

    Carol Sliwa985 pointsBadges:
  • Dot Hill rolls out 2.5-inch SAS, SSD systems

    Dot Hill pushes out 2.5-inch SAS systems with the expectation that the small form factor drives will overtake 3.5-inch drives in the near future.

    Dave Raffo4,400 pointsBadges:
  • EMC takes another stab at SMB NAS with low-end Celerra

    EMC adds a low-end model to its Celerra NAS line with SAS support, but analysts say the company still faces challenges to break into SMB channels.

    Beth Pariseau7,195 pointsBadges:
  • Will SAS and SATA replace SCSI technology?

    Learn where to use SCSI, SAS and SATA drives.

    SteveBige012,975 pointsBadges:

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