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And the Sign of the Beast is 6 (Gbps that is)

In the quest for more performance there are two new standards for SATA and SAS focused on doubling current throughput to 6 Gbps. While the standards may sound like a nice potential boost don't expect individual hard drives to increase in performance.
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Top Storage Stories of 2009: RAID, Clouds, SSDs and Mergers

2009 was all about dramatic change and mergers for the data storage industry.
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Improving MetaData Performance of the Ext4 Journaling Device

In the never-ending quest for more performance, we examine three different journaling device options for ext4 with an eye toward improving metadata performance. Who doesn't like speed?
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Storage Highlights of 2009

It's the end of the year and that means it's time to either make predictions for the coming year or review the highlights from the past year. This article takes a look at the cool things that happened around storage in the past year and perhaps hints at some things in the coming year.
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EMC Makes Solid State Drives More Efficient

The data storage giant finally releases its long-awaited SSD tiering technology.
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