ANALYSIS Every electronic device relies on silicon – memory, storage, and compute. Whether that is a computer, mobile, TV, IoT, M2M, autonomous car, or a child’s toy, thanks to Moore’s Law advances in this field have enabled so much more.
Don’t tell Seagate or Western Digital but solid state storage (SSD) will eclipse spinning disks (HDD) within two years. Well, they probably know that and are already anticipating the curve.
Hyperconverged infrastructure vendor Nutanix has made a series of announcements that it will allow its products to run a much wider range of workloads.
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