Tag Archives: Scale-out

A Closer Look at the All-Flash Isilon, aka Nitro

On 19 October, Dell EMC made an announcement about the All-Flash Isilon nodes. This product line has been code-named “Project Nitro”. The announcement was timed to occur during the first-ever Dell EMC World event. I’ll walk through what was announced, … Continue reading

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Qumulo Adds Erasure Coding, Predictive Analytics, and Three New Hardware Models

Today, Qumulo, a scale-out NAS vendor, announced a major new version of their operating environment, Qumulo Core 2.0, and three new hardware models. Qumulo is hybrid storage, meaning each node has both Flash and spinning disks. The Flash layer (in … Continue reading

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Qumulo Announces New High-Density Storage Node

Less than one month after emerging from stealth, storage startup Qumulo announced the availability of a new high-capacity storage node today. The announcement was timed with Qumulo’s attendance at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) show. Qumulo makes a data-aware … Continue reading

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Qumulo Comes Out of Stealth Offering Data-Aware Scale-Out NAS

I’ve let several people know that I’m traveling today, and I even told some folks that I was in Seattle, but it wasn’t until today that I can go public on why I’m here. Today, storage startup Qumulo came out … Continue reading

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Stealth Storage Startup Qumulo Closes Series B Round of Funding

Last week, storage startup Qumulo completed a Series B round of funding, gaining an additional $40 Million in investor backing — while still in “stealth mode”. This new round of funding brings the total amount invested in Qumulo to $67 … Continue reading

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