With the Hungarian Grand Prix recently completed, we’re now three-quarters of the way through the 2019 F1 season. For those
Today marks a new morning for Quantum. With our announcement of first-quarter earnings for the fiscal year 2020, Quantum celebrates
You heard that right, the wait is over, LTO-8 tape is back! If ever there was anything sexy about tape
The topic of data growth and security continues to be a challenge for many organizations. The question to “air-gap” or
Architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe used the phrase “less is more” to describe the minimalist aesthetic of his work.
File System perspectives from Neil Bannister, head of StorNext file system engineering at Quantum Neil Bannister is head of StorNext
The technology industry is notable for a variety of reasons. It represents 7 out of the top 10 publicly traded firms ranked by market capitalization. In the past half-century, it is responsible for more of the advancements that have changed the way we live and work than any other industry. And finally, although this may be subjective, there is no other industry that uses more acronyms than ours. I could fill an entire book dedicated to decoding and explaining the myriad acronyms used in technology. However, since I don’t have time to do that, I’ll focus on two that represent some of the hottest technologies in storage today – NVMe and RDMA.
Most people don’t talk about coming home from Vegas feeling excited and refreshed, but if you were at the Quantum booth at the last NAB Show you might be. Our booth seemed busier than ever, with only standing room available on more than one occasion.
One of the most exciting parts of tradeshows isn’t just seeing what’s new in the industry, it’s being able to show partners, industry veterans and newcomers, and even competitors what we’ve been working on and developing. And that’s exactly what we did at this year’s ISC West.
As cameras and other media devices steadily rise in number and improve in capability, sports broadcasters, production companies, and movie studios all face a mutually critical challenge: What to do with these expanding libraries of valuable content?