Recent announcements from:

Posted on October 23, 2008


--LSI announced that Dell, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, IBM, Intel, NEC, and Sun Microsystems have selected its 6Gbps SAS RAID-On-Chip (ROC) offering to enable next-generation entry- to enterprise-server platforms. According to IDC estimates, 6Gbps SAS market adoption will begin in mid-to-late 2009 and is linked to the broad availability and production volume shipments of SAS ecosystem components and devices.
--FalconStor Software has an agreement with distributor Starline Computer GmbH. Under the terms of the agreement, Starline will begin the import and distribution of a new line of high-performance iSCSI storage systems, leveraging FalconStor software solutions for business continuity and immediate recovery.
--RAID Inc.'s Razor product has been qualified for use with Mimosa Systems' next-generation content archiving solutions and services.
--Silicon Mountain Holdings, a technology company specializing in high-performance interactive computing solutions, has launched a newly redesigned Website to market all Silicon Mountain brands, including business tower and rack-mount servers, NAS, high-performance gaming desktop and laptop systems, etc.
--CaminoSoft's Managed Server HSM v5.3 software release has been tested compatible with 64-bit versions of both Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2003 platforms.
--i365 Inc., a Seagate Company, announced the launch of its EVault online backup-and-recovery Software as a Service (SaaS) and Managed Service offerings in Europe, extending the company's secure, reliable, world class infrastructure to protect businesses' critical data directly over the Internet.
--Dot Hill Systems' 5730, 2330, 2730, and 2730T RAID arrays have been certified for use with VMware ESX 3.5 Windows file systems.

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