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Published By: Dell EMC     Published Date: May 15, 2015
Swiss analyst, Storage Switzerland, reports on the importance of customers assessing the right fit for a data center and workloads, specifically when evaluating an all-flash array solution.
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emc, storage switzerland, all-flash, architectures, workload, data center, scale, storage, data management, business technology
    
Dell EMC
Published By: Nasuni     Published Date: Apr 28, 2011
How Cloud Enabled Virtual Filer is Protected.
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nasuni, virtual filer, storage switzerland, backup, file server, data protection, cloud storage provider, virtualization
    
Nasuni
Published By: Nasuni     Published Date: Apr 28, 2011
While some will continue to find fault, smart business owners and IT managers will be using cloud storage solutions like Nasuni's Filer to solve problems and increase productivity.
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nasuni filer, storage switzerland, cloud storage, productivity
    
Nasuni
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jul 25, 2012
The investment that an organization makes in their virtualization or cloud initiative is significant, but so is the ROI (Return On Investment) that these projects deliver. The challenge is that the cost of providing the storage infrastructure to these initiatives can be expensive and can quickly eat into any ROI that was gained by the virtualization and/or cloud project.
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technology, cloud computing, storage, roi, cloud, ibm, business technology
    
IBM
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
Most companies have only put limited effort toward the system architecture that surrounds the flash memory modules. In this white paper, Storage Switzerland focuses on the importance of architecture design in solid state storage systems.
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ssd, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance, solid state, enterprise
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
It is common knowledge that PCIe SSD is faster, right? Maybe not, says George Crump from Storage Switzerland. Read on to find out why.
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pcie, pcie ssd, ssd, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
In this part II of Enhancing Server And Desktop Virtualization With SSD, Storage Switzerland focuses on the next challenge of integrating SSD into a virtual server or desktop infrastructure and effectively using the technology in this environment.
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integrated ssd, ssd, virtual server, infrastructure, desktop infrastructure, server virtualization, desktop virtualization, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: Texas Memory Systems     Published Date: Feb 25, 2012
In this final piece on server virtualization and SSD, Storage Switzerland discusses the power of performance, specifically, the dramatic impact that latent-free storage can make on the virtual environment. Read on to find out more!
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desktop virtualization, architecture, design, zero-latency, retrieval, solid state storage, bandwidth, high bandwidth, flash controllers, applications, data warehousing, tbs, tb capacity, storage, ramsan, texas memory systems, high availability, performance, solid state, enterprise
    
Texas Memory Systems
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Nov 08, 2012
This report discusses how IBM Real-time Compression reduces immediate storage growth and has a long-term impact on increasing storage efficiency and reducing costs.
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ibm, primary storage, real time compression, storage growth, vmware, it management, data management, business technology, data center
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
Simply put, software defined storage is the abstraction of storage services from storage hardware. This term is more than just marketing hype, itís the logical evolution of storage virtualization from simply being a storage aggregator to the end goal of storage as a service. To achieve this goal, software defined storage needs a platform from which to centralize.
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ibm, storage switzerland, storage platform, sds, software defined storage, data center, storage virtualization, data protection, shared storage, storage capacity, centric systems, high performance databases, storage efficiency, range of solutions, vendor options, volume management, software selection, data service, data management, performance loss
    
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