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Announcing: On-Prem STorage as a Service Program All full scale WARP Mechanics solutions are eligible for WARP’s new on premises STorage as a Service (STaaS) program. Like cloud storage, this allows customers to procure storage, related infrastructure, software, break-fix services, and managed care, as a monthly metered service: no money up front, and only pay for what you use. But superior to […]more
Demystifying: Defragmentation in Single-user vs. Multi-user Systems BLOG: By WARP Mechanics’ CTO. Recently, one of my friends in Europe sent me this link, regarding a Windows bug that causes it to defrag SSDs: [link] He wondered how Linux in general, and WARP Mechanics in particular, dealt with this. My response follows. — > [...] I trust Linux that it has been able […]more
Woeful Trends in Legacy Storage Recent earnings reports from legacy storage vendors have shown companies struggling to compete. OEM storage sales are down overall — “in free fall” according to some sources — despite the overall storage market being in a high growth state. This has been widely reported via many mainstream analyst firms.more
Announcing: PipelinePro for Media WARP Mechanics Ltd. (“WARP”) is pleased to announce an early access program for the new PipelinePro (TM) portfolio. PipelinePro is a range of storage products optimized for video, effects, and sound production pipelines. From capture through content distribution, WARP has products specifically tailored and factory tuned for the unique IO profiles found in the Media/Entertainment […]more
Announcing: Bar raised on flash performance, features, density, & price WARP Mechanics is pleased to announce general availability of the industry's leading flash storage appliance lineup. The new offering brings affordable high-capacity shared SSD systems to the next level.more
JICS and WARP partner on next gen open source object storage solutions The Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) between The University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is partnering with WARP Mechanics (WARP) to study next generation object storage technologies for use in High-Performance Computing (HPC) environments.more