Every year, Google gives attendees cutting-edge hardware at its Google IO developers' conference. What will be the draw this year?
Connecting flash memory to a computer's PCI system offers some speed advantages over hard drives and conventional flash-memory drives. Here's a look at the idea.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak will serve as chief scientist at the solid-state drive start-up.
Company, which counts Facebook as its biggest customer, focuses on data centralization and has gear that lets active data be relocated to the server where it's being processed.
Fusion-io announces the IoDrive Duo, which the company claims is the fastest to date. It is targeted primarily at business applications such as database servers.
Fusion-io says it has achieved extremely high data transfer speeds on an HP server packing an array of solid-state drives.
Just before the Google I/O conference, Google announced performance improvements and new features for its programming language designed for jobs that C might handle today.
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The annual developers conference will feature more than 120 sessions on Android and Chrome, as well as a single three-hour keynote event.
Google readies its developer army for the upcoming I/O conference with new marching orders to make their apps and services look better.