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From the monthly archives: October 2007
Does anyone use CU Free? Here’s the reason for my question.
I’ve just implemented a migration from a pair of 9980V and 9970Vs to a single USP in one site and a 9970V and 9980V remaining in the other site. All of the MCU->RCU relationships (4 of them) are being used between the USP and [...]Continue Reading This Post →
This is the first of a series of posts looking at storage companies and their investment potential.
** DISCLAIMER: This and related blog entries are for fun only and do not represent investment advice. You should make your own opinions on investments or consult a financial adviser **
Seagate’s main business is the manufacture [...]Continue Reading This Post →
Josh’s recent posts have reminded me of a little piece of work I started but didn’t finish a few weeks ago.
I’ve been compiling a list of storage companies which are publicly traded and trying to determine which I feel are value for money as an investment.
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Thanks to all those who drew my attention to the new version of the Celerra Simulator. EMC have done the right thing and made this version freely downloadable to anyone with a Powerlink account. This is a good thing as it gives everyone a chance to have a go. Just go into Powerlink and search [...]Continue Reading This Post →
HGST (Hitachi Global Storage Technologies) announced yesterday that they have managed to further miniaturise the drive heads they use in the hard disk drives. I hadn’t realised exactly how small these recording heads were; apparently 2000 times smaller than the width of a human hair. Called “current perpendicular-to-the-plane giant magnetoresistive1 [...]Continue Reading This Post →
I read this interesting article on the BBC website today. It talks about how two European scientists (Albert Fert and Peter Grunberg) have won the Nobel prize for physics for GMR (giant magnetoresistance). This technology has enabled hard drives to be made smaller and to hold more data. What I [...]Continue Reading This Post →
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