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IBM to invest US$1B on Flash storage

IBM announced it is investing US$1 billion in research and development to design, create and integrate new Flash solutions into its expanding portfolio of...

Top 3 drivers of US healthcare IT spending

Commissioned by CommVault, a HIMSS Media Health IT Survey of 416 healthcare professionals reveals the various measures organizations are taking to improve the...

Thailand’s CAT Telecom to launch cloud computing services in partnership with IBM

Thailand’s state owned international telecommunications service provider, CAT Telecom Plc, has contracted with IBM to help the telco launch cloud...

Australian manufacturer TriMas deploys high-performance network to meet future growth

Automotive manufacturer, TriMas Corporation Pty Ltd (TriMas), selected Brocade switching solution to support two combined sites and implement a more robust...

Online retailer Kathmandu taps Dimension Data

Kathmandu, an adventure clothing and equipment supplier in New Zealand has signed up Dimension Data to help the company expand its business beyond New Zealand,...

Dimension Data uncovers security issues in IE8 and Windows XP

  Dimension Data’s Wellington-based security assurance team (Security-Assessment.com) uncovered two significant vulnerabilities in the Internet...

Brocade launches Fabric Vision technology to simply SAN deployment and management

Storage networking vendor, Brocade launched Brocade Fabric Vision technology, an advanced storage area networking (SAN) hardware and software solution that...

HGST to market 12Gb/s SAS SSD for demanding enterprise applications

Western Digital’s HGST launched what it claims is the industry’s fastest and most advanced enterprise-class, multi-level cell (MLC) SAS SSD family...

Avere FXT 3800 all-in-one NAS filer combines memory, SSD and HDD

Avere's FXT edge filer appliances use a combination of dynamic RAM (DRAM), nonvolatile random access memory (NVRAM), solid-state drives (SSDs) and hard...

Australia’s Bunbury selects IBM PureSystems as it moves to the cloud

City of Bunbury, one of the largest Regional local governments in Western Australia, has selected IBM’s PureSystems technology to streamline and simplify...

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