Current flash memory technologies won't scale beyond 2024, researchers say
Current flash memory technologies won't scale beyond 2024, researchers say
                                 

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Western Digital ships hybrid drive sporting SanDisk memory

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Western Digital has released new information about its first hybrid drive, revealing that it is using NAND flash technology from SanDisk. The drive is now shipping. WD originally announced the solid-state hybrid drive (SSHD)--the WD Black SSHD--last month along with its thinnest hard disk drive to date, the WD...
Western Digital ships hybrid drive sporting SanDisk memory

Difference in opinion might have prompted Fusion-io leadership changes

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The stock market was shocked Wednesday by news that two founders of flash memory vendor Fusion-io, CEO David Flynn and Chief Marketing Officer (and one-time CEO) Rick White, have suddenly left the company. Some analysts are speculating that a difference in opinion over the company’s future direction could be to...
Difference in opinion might have prompted Fusion-io leadership changes

Woz's Company Fusion-IO Just Hired The Guy Meg Whitman Blamed For The Autonomy Disaster (FIO)

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Shane Robison, whose last job was Chief Strategy Officer at Hewlett Packard, has landed a job as CEO and chairman of hot flash storage company, Fusion-IO. Investors are not happy. Shares of Fusion-IO have plummeted this morning and are down 22%. The hiring of Robison is an interesting move. Robison left...
Woz's Company Fusion-IO Just Hired The Guy Meg Whitman Blamed For The Autonomy Disaster (FIO)

Teradata gets into the in-memory biz to take on SAP's HANA

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Data analytics veteran Teradata will not let the new era of data-analysis architectures pass it by without a fight. It has already built products to address massive data volumes and Hadoop, and on Wednesday it announced an in-memory database technology to answer the industry’s latest call. Speed is the driving...
Teradata gets into the in-memory biz to take on SAP's HANA

Former HP Exec Shane Robison Named CEO of Fusion-io

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Fusion-io, the flash memory company just announced that its CEO David Flynn has resigned and that Shane Robison, the former chief strategy office of Hewlett-Packard has been named to succeed him. Robison, already a director at Fusion, was also named its chairman. Rick White, the chief marketing officer also resigned....
Former HP Exec Shane Robison Named CEO of Fusion-io
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Nokia unveils the Asha 210, a featurephone with a QWERTY keyboard and dedicated WhatsApp button

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Nokia has unveiled the Asha 210 today, a new featurephone with a full QWERTY keyboard running the Series 40 mobile operating system. As with the Asha 205 announced last November, the device has a dedicated button for accessing popular social networks. Facebook will be offered in Europe and Latin America,...
Nokia unveils the Asha 210, a featurephone with a QWERTY keyboard and dedicated WhatsApp button

New Nokia Lumia 928 Rumored to Become Verizon's Flagship Phone

www.pcworld.com
There have been rumblings that Nokia's newest, most advanced smartphone would come to market soon, but until now, it was assumed that AT&T would land the contract.  As of today, Bloomberg reports that Verizon struck a deal to put the forthcoming Lumia 928 at the head of its lineup. To...
New Nokia Lumia 928 Rumored to Become Verizon's Flagship Phone

IBM misses estimates, but sees potential in new 'growth initiatives'

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Computer maker IBM missed its estimates in the first quarter of 2013 with hardware sales slowing down. IBM reported revenues of $23.4 billion and net income of $3.4 billion, with earnings per share of $3.00. This falls short of the $24.6 billion analyst estimate from Bloomberg. Hardware revenues fell particularly...
IBM misses estimates, but sees potential in new 'growth initiatives'
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