The Register received more than a few tidbits of news from a wide array of storage companies, which they have condensed in this post. Acronis have released new versions of their Backup suite and True Image, with the Backup suite now able to capture Office 365 mailboxes. Cisco have released a product which allows you to have your onsite cloud run like Azure while Fujitsu announced their mid-range ETERNUS AF650 all-flash array. Intel have updated their implementation of the open source Lustre parallel file system for supercomputers and several companies released earning data, though Mimecast wished their news was better.
"Incoming! Boom, boom and boom again – storage news announcements hit the wires in a relentless barrage. Here's a few we've received showing developments in data protection, cloud storage, hyper-converged storage, the dregs of flash memory and more."
Here is some more Tech News from around the web:
- 1 of 5 Intel's 8th-gen 'Coffee Lake' chips will be 14nm, not 10nm @ The Inquirer
- Google has a canary problem: One clocked off and crocked its cloud @ The Register
- Ping Pong Ball Improves the Google Daydream Controller @ Hack a Day
- Munich looks to ditch its Linux infrastructure and bring back Windows @ The Inquirer
- That guy using a Surface you keep seeing around town could be a spook @ The Register
- DeepMind AI learns to act aggressive when it doesn't get its way @ The Inquirer
- Good in a Pinch: The Physics of Crimped Connections @ Hack a Day
- Macs don't get viruses? Hahaha, ha… seriously though, that Word doc could be malware @ The Register