Exos X18

08 July 2021

Data generation is expected to grow at an annual rate of 42.2 per cent over the next two years, says Seagate, citing a survey it commissioned from IDC.

The company says its Exos X18 drive helps to efficiently and cost-effectively manage ever-increasing amounts of data.

It describes Exos X18 as the fifth-generation high capacity helium 3.5in 7200 RPM nearline enterprise drive offering 18TB with both SATA and SAS interfaces.

 

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New hard drives from Toshiba

08 July 2021

New hard drives from Toshiba are the company’s first to feature energy-assisted magnetic recording. This, it says, raises the capacity of each of the nine disks to 2TB for a total of 18TB – 12.5 per cent more than the previous models.

Helium sealed, the MG09 range features what Toshiba describes as Flux Control - Microwave Assisted Magnetic Recording (FC-MAMR).

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SiliconDisk

08 July 2021

Said to be 100 times faster than flash-based devices, SiliconDisk is a RAM-based 1U data storage unit from ATTO Technology.

It says SiliconDisk far exceeds current SSD products for performance and extensibility with under 600 nanoseconds of latency, four 100GB Ethernet ports and 25GB/s of sustained throughput.

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QV1020

08 July 2021

Designed to be affordable, StorCentric has introduced an entry level model in its Violin QV series of all-flash NVMe storage devices.

It says that the QV1020 has the best price/performance ratio and offers fast response even during peak processing.

 

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OneXafe

08 July 2021

In one product, StorageCraft promises data storage which is easy to use, cuts costs and ensures reliable recovery.

OneXafe, it says, simplifies operations and eliminates management of disparate infrastructure by integrating the entire storage management and data protection stack into a single data infrastructure.

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InfiniBox SSA

08 July 2021

Just introduced by Infinidat, InfiniBox SSA is the company’s first to use 100 per cent solid state technology.

The company claims that it delivers the industry’s highest performance for the most demanding enterprise applications.

It uses Infinidat’s algorithms and DRAM cache and is said to deliver performance and latency results that surpass all-flash arrays while providing the same customer experience, 100 per cent availability, and reliability of earlier models.

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