At ICC, we’ve partnered with industry leaders to create storage solutions that offer top-tier performance and compute power, but won’t break your budget. Consider the ICC NovaStor N-Series, a combination of the ZFS file system, NexentaStor unified storage management platform and server technology from Supermicro. The result is a storage solution that offers enterprise-class features without an enterprise-grade price tag.Read More
Massive Storage Solutions Sometimes, size matters. On the front end your company needs speed: ICC’s VEGA-series overclocked or massively parallel processing (MPP) solutions are ideal. On the back end, however, you need something less speedy and more substantial — a high-density storage solution that offers massive capacity without a huge footprint. We’ve got you covered. Space and Energy Efficiency MassiveRead More
ICC brought partners HGST and Nexenta together with our customers at a rooftop Chicago Cubs baseball game to make enterprise storage a little more clear… while having a good time!
If you are wondering how you can acquire high performance storage with enterprise class features at a lower cost than most traditional SAN architectures, learn more about our Nexenta-powered solutions.
As a follow up to our podcasts on RAID and storage media, here is a basic overview of what a storage system with hardware RAID and a RAID controller looks like
From the evolution of spindle disks through solid-state and PCI-e technology, we explore the pros and cons of different storage media
You may have heard the term RAID before but been confused about what exactly it does. In this episode of “Server Talk” Alexey and Mike explore what RAID is and why it’s important for your applications and business.
We’ve featured solid-state drives (SSDs) in the past on this blog. However, given the recent situation in Thailand and increasing shortage of hard-disk drives, I thought it would be appropriate to feature a piece helping people who are designing computer systems decide when it is a good idea to use SSDs rather the traditional hard drives (HDDs).* The first two thingsRead More
2012 is quickly shaping up to be an exciting year in a variety of technology verticals. Just last week NVIDIA® announced a new production release of their CUDA computing toolkit, accelerating GPU computing. Meanwhile, everyone is excitedly awaiting the launch of the new Intel products shipping towards the end of Q1. But of all the areas in tech innovation, storage mayRead More
Everyone in our industry seems to be keeping at least one eye on the impact of the massive flooding in Thailand and the hard-drive shortages resulting from it. If you haven’t been, here is a quick summary: Thailand is experiencing record flooding – the worst in 50 years. Manufacturers are struggling to continue work in the face of suspended plantsRead More