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StorageReview.com is a world leading independent storage authority, providing in-depth news coverage, detailed reviews and lab services on storage arrays, hard drives, SSDs, and the related hardware and software that make these storage solutions work. Our podcast will look at the evolving nature of the enterprise technology industry and we’ll interview those that are leading the charge in cutting edge progress.

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StorageReview.com is a world leading independent storage authority, providing in-depth news coverage, detailed reviews and lab services on storage arrays, hard drives, SSDs, and the related hardware and software that make these storage solutions work. Our podcast will look at the evolving nature of the enterprise technology industry and we’ll interview those that are leading the charge in cutting edge progress.

    Podcast #128 – The Best Storage for Veeam with Object First

    Podcast #128 – The Best Storage for Veeam with Object First

    For this show, Brian sits down with Anthony Cusimano, Director of Technical Marketing, at Object First. If you are not familiar with Object First, you can check out our deep dive earlier this month, Object First Ootbi: Simple Ransomware-Proof Backups For Veeam.

    Podcast #127 – Backblaze Drive Report

    Podcast #127 – Backblaze Drive Report

    Brian welcomes Andy Klein to the Podcast this week. Andy is the Principle Storage Cloud Storyteller at Backblaze. In addition to the storyteller role, Andy currently serves as the Technical Marketing Director. Andy has been associated with storage and security technology for most of his career and has been with Backblaze for over 12 years.

    Podcast #126: A Myriad of Storage Topics with Quantum

    Podcast #126: A Myriad of Storage Topics with Quantum

    Our podcast has Brian introducing Jordan Winkelman from Quantum Corporation.  If you remember, we did a deep dive review of Quantum Myriad a few weeks ago. To prepare for that review, Brian traveled to the Quantum office in Denver, where he met up with Jordan in the breakroom. The discussion expanded to include AI topics like security and surveillance, all things storage and a bit of space-related topics.

    Podcast #125: 45Drives and the Creation of the HL15 Homelab Storage Server

    Podcast #125: 45Drives and the Creation of the HL15 Homelab Storage Server

    45Drives has been a cloud-scale staple for some time, delivering some of the first purpose-built storage servers for service providers. Over time the company has added many more servers, most recently an exciting 15-bay rig designed specifically for the homelab enthusiast.

    Podcast #124: The Path to 50TB HDDs with Frickin Lasers

    Podcast #124: The Path to 50TB HDDs with Frickin Lasers

    Brian invited Seagate's Colin Presly to the podcast this week to discuss research and developments in hard drives. Colin has been with Seagate for 20 years and is currently the Senior Director in the Office of the CTO. Originally from the UK, Colin moved to Minnesota over 20 years ago. The headline? HAMR is sampling with customers and 50TB HDDs are possible.

    Podcast #123: Cloud-Based GPUs For AI

    Podcast #123: Cloud-Based GPUs For AI

    This podcast features a conversation between Brian and Jeffrey Gregor (he prefers Gregor).  Gregor is the General Manager for OVHcloud® US, a leading cloud provider with a global presence. Prior to joining OVHcloud, Gregor was a Navy Officer,  a highly decorated Navy Officer, with over 15 years serving the US.

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