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Posted on April 01, 2006


CommVault Systems has filed a registration statement for the proposed initial public offering of its common stock with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

EMC announced availability of the Connectrix ED-10000M backbone director, an OEM version of McData’s Intrepid 10000 backbone director.

Asigra has partnered with ONStor to reduce the costs and complexities of protecting data across remote locations through a combination of Asigra’s Televaulting 6.0 software and ONStor’s Bobcat Series Enterprise NAS gateways.

NSI Software will now be doing business as Double-Take Software. The company also recently moved its headquarters to Southborough, MA.

Acronis has signed an OEM agreement with SonicWALL to provide Acronis True Image with SonicWALL’s recently announced CDP products. Acronis True Image will be a primary component of SonicWALL’s bare-metal recovery/local archiving solution for servers and workstations.

CA is integrating its Message Manager e-mail archive and management software (formerly Assentor Enterprise) with Oracle’s Collaboration Suite 10g collaborative environment. The integration enables customers to retain and manage e-mail messages across the enterprise to meet compliance, litigation support, and corporate governance requirements.

Atempo has acquired Storactive, a provider of CDP software.

DataCore Software has entered into a partnership with AccessFlow, a computer systems consultant and reseller that designs and deploys virtual infrastructure solutions. AccessFlow’s mission is to combine server virtualization (VMware), storage virtualization, network virtualization, and client/application virtualization (Citrix).

Copan Systems has received $17.5 million in new investment capital. Since its inception, Copan has raised about $56.5 million.

Brocade Communications Systems will unify its existing channel programs, including the Elite Partner Program and Tapestry Partner Programs, into the Brocade Alliance Partner Network.

Xiotech has certified VMware ESX Server for use with its Magnitude 3D family of network storage systems. The certification will provide companies with the ability to take advantage of VMware ESX Server’s virtual software infrastructure on Xiotech’s Magnitude 3D SAN arrays. Xiotech has also acquired the assets of Daticon, a Norwich, CT-based litigation support and document conversion services company, for $30 million.

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