Digital data has become the life blood of organizations of all sizes. Presenting equally as an enterprise’s greatest asset and obstacle, effective storing of data is anything but a static resolution. Sanity Solutions delivers expert consulting and guidance on the latest data storage solutions while maintaining a commitment to client success.
Storage needs and the various technologies available to fill them are in a constant state of change. This evaluation guide from the Evaluator Group helps weigh characteristics, performance, features and more for several storage types. Evaluator Group’s SAN Storage Evaluation Guide was created to help evaluate storage technology alternatives. This Evaluation Guide was designed to assist potential buyers understand the options and products available and to help match requirements to the available technology choices.
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Updates From the PMEM Front
It has been nearly four years since the initial announcement from Intel regarding the development of a new storage technology called 3D Xpoint. This new high-performance media was developed under a partnership between Intel and Micron, named IM Flash. 3D XPoint was a newly developed
What is QLC and is it right for you?
2019 is bringing a bevy of new technologies that promise to provide greater compute performance; Intel has already released their next generation of Cascade Lake processors, AMD will be releasing their next iteration of processors, code named Rome, sometime in the 3rd quarter and Micron
10 Questions to Ask a Potential Data Storage Provider
If you have outgrown your current data storage capabilities or don’t possess the resources to store your data securely, then partnering with a company that specializes in data storage may be beneficial. With your company’s data at stake, finding an expert and reliable partner is
By 2025, the global datasphere will grow to 163ZB.
By 2021, 94% of workloads and compute instances will be processed by cloud data centers.
For a typical Fortune 1000 company, just a 10% increase in data accessibility will result in more than $65 million additional net income.