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Storage: Sales Spike as Demand to Keep up with Data Growth Soars

By Dick Weisinger

One sure signal that huge amounts of data are being collected is the growth that’s being seen in the storage market.  IDC reports that revenues in the storage market increased by 34 percent to $13 billion during Q1 2018.  The

Storage: Storage Class Memory Devices to Become More Common in 2018

By Dick Weisinger

A new type of storage is expected to be used more commonly in computing devices this year: Storage Class Memory (SCM) or persisent memory (PM).  From a software perspective, SCM works like system memory does today but it has the

Storage: Breakthroughs in Magnetism May Enable Creation of Smaller, Denser and more Efficient Magnetic Storage Devices

By Dick Weisinger

Advances in our understanding of magnetism may mean that we are close to a number of breakthroughs in improving the capabilities of magnetic storage.  Some of these were recently summarized by Patrick Nelson at Network World. At Tulane University, a

Object Storage: Benefits include Scalability, Security and Cost

By Dick Weisinger

Object storage is increasingly being used in applications that involve big data, IoT and analytics.  Object Storage is expected to be used by as many as 90 percent of large businesses over the next two years, based on a study

Storage: Cloud Giants Bypass Big Three Storage Vendors When Building Datacenters

By Dick Weisinger

A total of 72.5 exabytes of enterprise storage systems shipped worldwide in the third quarter 2017, according to a report by IDC, an increase of nearly 25 percent over the same period in 2016. Sales revenues reached $11.8 billion, a