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EMC's XtremIO gets bigger, packs in more flash

XtremIO 4.0 software will deliver higher scale as new hardware blocks hold more data

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HDS big-data tools should help IT, mobile health workers

Hitachi Data Systems is applying analytics where data has been siloed

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Huawei eyes US enterprise market despite political challenges

Huawei wants its enterprise business to drive the company's future growth

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Box wants to be a platform for easy-to-write enterprise apps

Apps built with Box Developer Edition won't require users to have a Box account

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EMC Syncplicity lets enterprises manage their own encryption keys

Its Customer Managed Keys feature uses rights management software that customers can run on their own hardware

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IBM, Fujifilm cram 220TB of data onto tape-based storage that fits in your hand

Researchers fit 220TB on a future version of a standard-size cartridge

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Bit by bit, Intel looks to quadruple SSD storage

Intel is looking to cram four bits per cell in an effort to cram more storage into SSDs.

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USB Type-C peripherals are on the way, and storage devices are first up

After Apple's introduction of USB Type C in the new MacBook, companies have announced peripherals and cables for the connector.

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New 3D NAND flash will triple capacity of SSDs, Intel and Micron say

A breakthrough in NAND flash technology will increase standard 2.5-inch SSDs to 10TB and drastically reduce their cost in the process.

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Amazon Cloud Drive's unlimited storage plans undercut rivals

Amazon Cloud Drive takes the 'bang for your buck' throne, though its services are lacking.

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Startup Rubrik goes all-in-one with backup appliance

The system includes software and hardware in boxes that can be strung together one at a time

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EMC pools enterprise smarts to create data 'lakes'

Technology from VMware, Pivotal and EMC storage will go into big-data analytics systems

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Huawei multiplies partnerships with software and service providers

Huawei Technologies is busy partnering with companies in Europe and elsewhere to grow its enterprise hardware business

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'USB Killer' is a flash drive designed to fry your laptop

A hardware enthusiast created a USB thumb drive that can discharge a high voltage into a computer's USB interface

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Eyefi's Wi-Fi-enabled SD cards just got even more convenient

Eyefi's got a new class 10 SD card that supports RAW file transfers, selective file sync, Wi-Fi network connections, and more.