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Tech experts see bright future ahead for flash storage

BY Jeff Rowe | September 21, 2017

By 2021, experts predict, 50 percent of data centers will use solid-state arrays for high-performance computing and big data workloads, up from less than 10 percent today.

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Along with price drops, data reduction technologies making flash more attractive

BY Jeff Rowe | September 20, 2017

While the improving economics of flash storage allows companies to deploy larger computing operations onto purely flash arrays, says one expert, the management and services tied to the underlying flash system must be on the cutting edge, as well.

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Flash storage seen as key to effective predictive analytics

BY Jeff Rowe | September 19, 2017

Predictive analytics software combines artificial intelligence, machine learning, data mining and modeling to parse big data resources, but companies need flash technology to support it.

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IT managers aim for new efficiencies with systems consolidation

BY Jeff Rowe | September 18, 2017

Hyper-convergence – including consolidating network, storage, and compute aspects – gives organizations the option of managing their own systems while cutting back on overall infrastructure costs.

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How storage caching can help keep data close and ready

BY Jeff Rowe | September 18, 2017

In the perfect world, all data can be put on the fastest media available, but in this world, storage caching may be the next best thing.

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Data disruption trends driving need for new storage options

BY Jeff Rowe | September 14, 2017

Among other requirements, healthcare data needs to be available in multiple locations, including multiple clouds, with no downtime or business disruption after a storage hardware failure.