Don't-Miss Storage Stories
Speed or storage capacity? That question may prove irrelevant as solid state storage leapfrogs the hard disk drive.
Samsung says it can cram more storage capacity into SSDs thanks to a new 48-layer V-NAND technology that puts 32GB of storage on a single chip.
Need an external hard drive for your Xbox? This one will look really nice next to your console.
SanDisk and Toshiba today announced a new fabrication plant: a 48-layer 3D NAND flash chip that doubles the capacity of previous chips.
Vast amounts of 3D XPoint memory, always loaded and ready to go, represent a fundamental change in how PCs handle data. Assuming all goes to plan. We break down the possibilities.
You heard right: The new 3D Xpoint memory will perform 1,000 times faster and last 1,000 times longer than today's NAND memory. And it could be out as soon as next year.
A ruggedized EMC VNXe3200 drives giant transparent LED screens
It will invest at least $500 million in a 110-acre site in Texas
Investment firm Skyview Capital plans to keep evolving the file-sharing system
You can already get a Samsung 850 Evo or 850 Pro in 1TB versions, but soon you'll be able to grab 2TB drives for all your insane storage needs.
Red Hat has updated both its Ceph and Gluster file systems for enterprise usage
General availability of the cloud computing service comes alongside a $45 million funding round
In a battle of millimeters, a relatively unknown vendor claims victory, though it'll have to ship the product first.
It won't be cheap, but if you need a large amount of storage in a package the size of a fingernail, Microdia's microSD is it.
Nantero's new carbon-nanotube chips could replace DRAM, solid-state and hard drives in PCs, and bring more storage to wearables