Briefs

Posted on September 01, 2007

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Emulex’s embedded storage bridges have been deployed across Xyratex’s RS-1602-F4-SBD storage systems. Separately, CaminoSoft’s Managed Server HSM software suite has successfully completed interoperability testing and certification with storage solutions from Xyratex.

Autodesk has entered into an agreement to integrate Atto Technology’s Celerity 4Gbps Fibre Channel host adapters as part of the Autodesk visual effects and editing/finishing solutions.

RenewData has added the Index Engines Offline Tape Discovery technology to its suite of Data Migration Services. 

QStar has joined up as a premier and founding partner of Archive Management.org (www.archivemgt.org/). To aid organizations in the development of archiving strategies, the Data Management Institute and Toigo Partners International have launched Archive Management.org (AMO). AMO is a free information portal and online community that connects technology consumers to user case studies, background information, and test reports on archive-related products.

Princeton Softech is using Onaro’s SANscreen Application Insight to gain visibility into the alignment of storage resources with application requirements.

Gartner has positioned AT&T in the leaders’ quadrant of its “Magic Quadrant for MSSPs, North America, 1H07” report.

Verari Systems is now a member in The Green Grid, a non-profit consortium dedicated to advancing energy efficiency in data centers and business computing ecosystems.

ONStor has closed a $27 million mezzanine round of funding. New investor Sand Hill Capital joins existing investors Foundation Capital, Mayfield Fund, ComVentures, and Worldview Technology Partners.

ProStor Systems’ RDX systems have been certified to run with EncryptX’s SecurMedia automatic encryption software. 

Asempra is now an approved gold level developer in HP’s Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) Partner program.

Incentra Solutions, a provider of IT and storage management solutions for mid-sized enterprises and service providers, has been accepted into the Symantec Technical Support Partner Program (TSPP). Incentra has been authorized to provide first call support on the Veritas NetBackup and Storage Foundation product lines for Symantec.

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