At Cloud Expo Asia 2016 Huawei introduced its "new-generation convergent all-flash system" OceanStor Dorado V3 and the world's first 32-socket x86 mission critical server, named KunLun.
Leading storage analyst Tom Coughlin predicts storage needs and trends – his latest forecast is that there will be a 6.2 times (that is a 620%) increase in storage needed for entertainment needs alone by 2021.
It has been three decades since the global storage market’s last major transition from tape-based storage to disk-based storage. Now a similar shift is taking place from disk-based storage to flash-based storage and an interesting juncture is expected to play out over the next couple of years as disruptive technologies emerge and become established.
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