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Notes from the NAND Front

2D NAND

I ran across an interesting article on the SemiconductorEngineering.com site about the state of the NAND flash market. While much of the article covers trends I wrote about in a post at SearchSolidStateStorage like the difficulty vendors have had in ramping up 3D NAND production there were a few tidbits I thought you, my dear readers, would be interested in. The first …

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Something’s Cooking with/at Micron

Yesterday Micron announced that Rob Peglar was joining the company as vice president of Advanced Storage Solutions, leaving his position as the public facing CTO of EMC’s Isilon scale-out storage division. Rob was one of the first CTO types I met when I dove deep into the storage business back in 2002. Back then he was with Xiotech who had …

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Reading Storage Benchmarks—The Details Matter

As I prepare to speak at Interop about all storage things flashy and software-defined, I’m quite disappointed at how many vendors, and some of my fellow analysts, present their benchmark data. Given the sophistication of today’s storage systems and software, the details of how benchmarks were run matter now more than ever. Let’s review the details you should be looking …

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