IT News - Storage
2021 Feb 21
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Track These 4 Emerging Storage Technologies In 2021
SearchStorage, February 11th, 2021

"There were significant changes within the data storage ecosystem throughout 2020," writes Marc Staimer in SearchStorage, "And, in 2021, that trend is set to continue.

In 2020, storage admins saw advancements and updates related to storage class memory (SCM), 3D quad-level cell (QLC) drives, cloud storage, Kubernetes persistent storage and machine learning..."
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2021 Feb 21
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Top Fastest Growing Storage Companies In 2020
StorageNewsletter.com, February 8th, 2021

"Yearly since 2013, we are ranking the top fastest growing storage companies in sales, either start-ups, private or public firms, here from 2019 to 2020 (calendar year or fiscal year), based on published figures only.

This time, they are all privately held and, as usual, do not reveal the exact figure of their sales but growth percentage only.

In 2019, four public companies deserved a position in our ranking: Dropbox, Mellanox and Pure Storage already listed in 2018, plus Cloudera. No one in 2020..."
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2021 Feb 21
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In 2020 HDD Companies Shipped Over 1ZB Of Storage Capacity
StorageNewsletter.com, February 11th, 2021

Total HDD shipments in 4Q20 were up 10.8% compared with 3Q20 (70.4 million vs 63.5 million), up 8.3% in 3Q20 from 2Q20, down 13.5% in 2Q20 from 1Q20, and down 12.8% in 1Q20 from 4Q19.
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2021 Feb 21
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A Zettabyte Of HDD Capacity Shipped In 2020
Blocks & Files, February 12th, 2021

Chris Mellor notes in Blocks & Files that, "A 2U Dell server can have over a petabyte of Nimbus Data flash. And GigaSpaces in-memory apps can use less space and yet go faster. Read on.

A zettabyte of HDD capacity shipped in 2020

TrendForce research showed demand for storage has fuelled HDD exabytes shipped growth, and a record zettabyte of HDD capacity was shipped in 2020. A zettabyte is 2 to the 70th and equal to 1,000 exabytes, a million petabytes, and a billion terabytes..."
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