Xilinx solution to reduce cloud latency by 80 percent
The datacenter is exploding, and the number of global data center traffic will triple between 2016 and 2021. Datacenter to outside traffic doubled from two Exabytes in 2016 to four Exabytes in 2019, and by 2021 it is expected to grow to six Exabytes. Interestingly enough traffic within data centers is exploding, as it grew from five Exabytes in 2016 to 10 Exabytes in 2019, and by 2021 the expectations are that it will grow to 15 Exabytes.
Hard-drive needs a heart of glass
Microsoft boffins have worked out a way of storing an entire copy of Superman on a small sheet of special glass which looks remarkably like Kryptonian crystal tech
15 years ago it was a GB
Lexar has just unveiled the first commercially available 1-terabyte SD card 15 years after it launched its break-through 1GB version.
If you run out of storage you can just spit.
Boffins from Microsoft and the University of Washington are planning to encode cloud data onto synthetic DNA molecules.
UFS 2.1 storage quietly removed from spec
After Huawei has been caught using different RAM and storage chips on its flagship smartphones, it appears that the time has come for Samsung's latest Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which have been spotted with both UFS 2.0 and UFS 2.1 storage chips.
A lot of VR content to be stored
Netgear is equipping users for next generation storage demands. Faster than ever before, and providing users with the with five levels of unrivaled data protection, 10 Gigabit copper Ethernet (10GbE) network interface on selected models, and expandable storage capacity.
If you are in the UK
Amazon has just issues a new Unlimited Storage plan launches in the UK for a flat fee of £55 per year.
Early 2017 launch
A lot of people have said that Intel’s third generation 14nm CPU might launch in early 2017 and even Intel calls the Kaby Lake a 2017 platform, in typically elliptic Chipzilla talk.
Not as you remember them
The inventor of the walkman, Sony is having another crack at flogging the cassette tape, allthough it is not quite as you remember it.
One click away on One Drive
Microsoft made a terrible PR decision to roll back the free storage space from original 15GB to 5GB and has "sort of"changed its mind and told users there is a way to keep the free space.