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Quantum is the Latin word for amount and, in modern understanding, means the smallest possible discrete ...Read More

Technicolor speeds up movie production with Excelero NVMe flash

By Antony Adshead 23 May 2018

Film giant Technicolor had to duplicate workstreams or schedule access to movies being worked on, but Excelero NVMe allows concurrent access to 10 or more workstations at a time Read More

SNW Europe 2010: Quantum mugs

02 Nov 2010

Quantum's personalised mugs were a hit during the show. Read More

Analysts question Australia government’s IBM deal

By Beverley Head 10 Jul 2018

Industry analysts and experts have called the wisdom of the A$1bn IBM IT deal into question, with one claiming that the federal government should have used a range of suppliers instead Read More

Encryption keys too predictable, warn security researchers

By Warwick Ashford 13 Jul 2017

Encryption keys are not as random as most people think, which means encrypting data is often not as secure as it could be, according to security researchers Read More

InfiniSync backup ‘bunker’ gives zero RPO for critical apps

By Antony Adshead 04 Apr 2018

Infinidat launches InfiniSync “black box” as off-site storage on-site, plus new Infinibox PB-scale array, cloud storage service Neutrix Cloud and InfiniGuard backup appliance Read More

Quantum sells Arkivio software with Lattus file-archiving appliance

By Dave Raffo 20 Nov 2013

Quantum signs reseller deal with Arkivio to add file-archiving application to Lattus object-based archiving appliance. Read More

Quantum partners with Amplidata for object storage

By Dave Raffo 10 May 2012

Quantum will add object storage as a tier on top of its StorNext file system with the help of an OEM deal with startup Amplidata. Quantum revealed the OEM deal Wednesday, and said it will have a ... Read More

Oracle Exadata, quantum computing and cyborgs

07 May 2012

TUSC President Richard Niemiec explains the connection between Oracle Exadata, quantum computing, and cyborgs. Read More

Researchers discover flaw in quantum cryptography

By Cliff Saran 01 Sep 2010

Norwegian security researchers have claimed they can crack quantum cryptography, which could make the highly secure encryption technique vulnerable to hackers. Read More

Quantum spins up disk sales as tape withers

By Dave Raffo 25 Oct 2012

Quantum might have turned the corner with its disk backup and storage software products last quarter, just as its tape sales took a big dip. Quantum reported $42.4 million in revenue from disk and ... Read More