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EMC also updated its Atmos cloud storage platform with networking enhancements for 50 percent faster read and write performance for large objects; enhanced alerts and aggregated logging at the system, data center, and node level; faster node upgrades in distributed environments; expanded tools for creating clouds in Google Chrome, HTML5 and Firefox environments; new APIs; and the ability to apply Centera metadata policies to content stored in the cloud.
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Flash-based storage devices of every description from simple SSDs to full-blown all-flash storage arrays were released in 2013 in an effort to meet a wide range of business needs from the SMB to the enterprise.
For the week ending Nov. 15, CRN looks at IT companies that brought their 'A' game and made moves to beat out competitors.
EMC has made no secret of its Thursday launch of the new EMC XtremIO all-flash storage array, giving its competitors time to air their opinions in advance of the official launch.
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