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Intel/Micron's 3D XPoint Memory, with significant gigabyte shipments in 2020-2021, and with an assumed significant price advantage versus DRAM, is expected to reach $3.0 billion in revenues by 2028, the report says.
Self-improving infrastructure and integrated automation is designed to speed time to bottom-line revenue for enterprises.
New software-as-a-service application automatically adds and removes query processing capacity to a database cluster as workload demand rises and falls, resulting in agility and responsiveness for end users.
Development of the chips beyond the second generation of 3D XPoint chips will be pursued independently by the two companies in order to optimize them for their respective product and business needs, Micron said.
eWEEK HOW-TO FEATURE PART 3: You’ll probably notice the most immediate improvement in speeding up your old workstation when you replace your old hard drives with SSDs, but what to do about the RAID system?
A data warehouse built specifically for the cloud is now available on Microsoft’s cloud computing platform—even though Microsoft already has a data warehouse of its own.
Designed to thwart cyber-security breaches in large enterprise data centers, Hopzero provides a new layer of security protection to complement access-based security solutions.
SpaceBelt’s data security as a service and SpaceChain’s blockchain-based satellite network soon to bring new infrastructure for cryptocurrency security, data storage.
Seagate has a new internal BarraCuda solid-state disk designed to take data movement inside PCs to a higher-than-normal speed level.
Graph databases are on an upswing in enterprise IT right now. What are the prerequisites for selection a graph query language in the first place?
DevOps, DataOps and Data Pods are all contained in Delphix’s Dynamic Data Platform, the data management package it launched a year ago that offers users the ability to virtualize, manage and secure data with a centralized controller.