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Buyers of Dell and Hewlett-Packard PCs may have paid over the odds for their optical drives between 2004 and 2008 as a result of a cartel arrangement between eight component manufacturers
Hard disk drive specialist Western Digital has agreed to buy flash memory vendor Sandisk for $19 billion.
Dell has agreed to acquire EMC in a cash-and-shares deal valuing the company at $67 billion, the companies announced Monday.
New storage tech from HP and SanDisk aims to be 1,000 times faster than flash.
IBM will acquire object-based storage vendor Cleversafe in a move to bolster its cloud business unit with more flexibility and simplified management options in the hybrid cloud, it announced on Monday.
SanDisk introduced a line of heavy-duty, long-lasting flash storage cards for connected industrial equipment in the Internet of Things.
Aimed at high-performance computing, Intel's DC P3608 SSD offers blazing read speeds in a single card.
In October, Samsung will roll out V-NAND flash M.2 sticks with 256GB and 512GB capacities. If that sounds nice, just wait until you see what's coming in 2016.
You ship, Microsoft does the dirty work. The company is testing a program where enterprise clients can send it encrypted drives for direct upload to new OneDrive accounts. Consumers wouldn't mind this service, either.
Seagate has a firmware patch that fixes a serious vulnerability for select versions of the company's wireless external hard drives.
Spending on cloud storage equipment grew in the second quarter at the expense of traditional external storage systems, IDC says.
IBM has expanded two products in its Spectrum line of software-based storage offerings to allow customers to build hybrid storage systems by combining in-house Spectrum deployments with IBM Cloud storage services.
If you use OneDrive's Groups collaboration feature, you have a little under two months to pack up your data and move to something else.
Surprise! Intel's 3DXPoint memory will go inside a DDR4 slot—but not everyone is happy with Intel's proprietary approach to support.