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  • News: Samsung locks up Sharp as long-time screen provider

    Japan's Sharp has secured a US$110 million lifeline investment from Samsung Electronics, and agreed to become a major supplier of screens for the South Korean company's growing electronics empire.

  • News: Samsung locks up Sharp as long-time screen provider

    Japan's Sharp has secured a US$110 million lifeline investment from Samsung Electronics, and agreed to become a major supplier of screens for the South Korean company's growing electronics empire.

  • News: Why Moore's Law, not mobility, is killing the PC

    While rumors of the PC's demise are greatly exaggerated--an industry that moved more than 350 million units in 2012 is not "dead"--computers undoubtedly aren't selling as quickly as they once did. Analysts forecast PC sales to far exceed tablet sales for the foreseeable future, but the growth rate for PC sales has utterly and completely flatlined.

  • News: Enterprises struggling with virtualised back-up and recovery

    Enterprises are failing to gain the full benefits of virtualised architectures, according to research, with companies suffering from poor data backup and recovery strategies and inadequate data protection.

  • News: Seagate upgrades hybrid drive family, adds desktop model

    Seagate announced new models of its 2.5-in. hybrid laptop drives with 40% better performance, as well as its first 3.5-in. desktop hybrid drive.

  • News: EMC unveils all-SSD array, one app to manage all flash

    EMC today announced its first purpose-built, all SSD array along new PCIe server flash cards and a new software suite that can offer administrators a single view of all their flash assets across the data center.

  • News: Intel gets serious about wireless

    The fact that LTE connectivity is becoming ubiquitous in smartphones and tablets isn't lost on Intel, which aims for its baseband processors to be used in more mobile devices and base stations.

  • News: Seagate to halt production of 7200-rpm laptop hard drives

    When it comes time to buy your next high-performance laptop, chances are good that it will feature a solid state drive (SSD). But what if you'd prefer to have a high-speed, high-capacity traditional hard drive instead? Don't look to Seagate, one of the two 800-pound gorillas in the hard drive industry. The company recently said it will stop making 2.5-inch, 7200-rpm laptop hard drives by the end of 2013.

  • News: Canon video chip can 'see' in same darkness as human eye

    Japanese camera manufacturer Canon has developed a large sensor chip for shooting video in extremely dim conditions.

  • News: Micron unveils high-endurance, data center SAS SSD

    Micron released today announced a new SAS SSD that it said is aimed at tier one, mission critical applications. The SSD can withstand up to 10 full data fills per day for five years, Micron says.

  • News: Storage must be viewed as 'data platform': Red Hat

    Taking proper advantage of Big Data requires a holistic approach where organisations view their storage as a ‘data platform’ rather than a ‘data destination’, according to open source solutions provider, Red Hat.

  • News: DoCoMo decodes new video standard without new hardware

    Consumers might not have to upgrade their phones to take advantage of a new video compression system that can send high-definition images much more efficiently than today's most popular formats.

  • News: NetApp hires new A/NZ MD from internal ranks

    Storage vendor NetApp has found a replacement for the Australia and New Zealand managing director role from its internal ranks after former MD Peter O’Connor left in August 2012.

  • News: Keep it stable, stupid! How to stress-test your PC hardware

    Modern-day PCs are more reliable than ever before, but that doesn't mean they're infallible. Equipment failures still happen, however rarely, and even the beefiest of computer components aren't worth their weight in silicon if they aren't dependable. Thankfully, the hot and heavy world of stress testing can help to identify critical faults before your PC craps out in the middle of a critical operation.

  • News: Dell beefs up its deduplication appliance line

    Dell unveiled upgrades to its deduplication appliance line, the DR-series, whose models can now grow to 81TB and replicate data from up to 32 remote offices to a central node.

  • News: Dell beefs up its deduplication appliance line

    Dell unveiled upgrades to its deduplication appliance line, the DR-series, whose models can now grow to 81TB and replicate data from up to 32 remote offices to a central node.

  • News: NetApp promotes Manley to MD role

    Storage and data management vendor, NetApp, has confirmed the promotion of Steve Manley to the role of A/NZ managing director.

  • News: NetApp promotes Manley to MD role

    Storage and data management vendor, NetApp, has confirmed the promotion of Steve Manley to the role of A/NZ managing director.

  • News: NetApp releases all-flash array

    Outlining its flash strategy for the next two years, NetApp said today that it will begin selling an enterprise-class all-flash array this year and it announced a purpose-built flash storage architecture for 2014.

  • News: NetApp releases all-flash array

    Outlining its flash strategy for the next two years, NetApp said today that it will begin selling an enterprise-class all-flash array this year and it announced a purpose-built flash storage architecture for 2014.



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