Our enterprise storage coverage has mainly been focused on individual enterprise SSDs from the likes of Intel and Micron, but there's a lot of interesting action in the storage array space. I met with most of the big names in the array business at Flash Memory Summit this year, so with a better understanding of the market and with the right contacts, I think it's logical that we expand our enterprise storage content to cover arrays as well. Since we haven't covered storage arrays or the companies involved in the past, I'll start with a brief introduction of Skyera. While Skyera is a relatively new company, the company is filled with experience and knowledge of storage and non-volatile memory industries. The founders of Skyera, Radoslav...
Despite the C2750 coming to market officially in Q3 2013, we have not seen many products that exploit the possibilities that the new 8-core Silvermont SoC provides. We reviewed...13 by Ian Cutress on 5/21/2014
News from EETimes points towards a startup that claims to offer an extreme performance advantage over Infiniband. A3Cube Inc. has developed a variation of the PCIe Express on...9 by Ian Cutress on 2/26/2014
One of the most interesting launches from Western Digital last year was the WD Red line of hard drives from the client storage division. It was intended for low...23 by Ganesh T S on 5/28/2013
AppliedMicro has released specifications of their upcoming X-Gene SoC (Server-on-a-Chip this time, not System). AppliedMicro X-Gene Specifications Architecture ARMv8 Cores From 2 to up to 128 Frequency Up to 3GHz Process TSMC 40/28nm Power Usage Up to 2W per core Above...23 by Kristian Vättö on 10/28/2011
Each time we publish a new server platform review, several of our readers inquire about HPC and rendering benchmarks. We're always willing to accommodate reasonable requests, so we're going...52 by Johan De Gelas on 9/30/2011