Briefs

Posted on February 01, 2009

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DataCore Software has entered into a distribution agreement with Ingram Micro. Ingram will distribute DataCore’s full line of storage virtualization software solutions in North and South America.

Atto Technology has teamed with Xyratex to offer a video production system based on Atto’s Celerity Fibre Channel HBAs and Xyratex’s F6412E RAID arrays. The 4Gbps system is compatible with Mac OS X platforms.

Nimbus Data Systems, a developer of IP storage systems and software, announced that Info X, a provider of 10GbE connectivity equipment, has selected Nimbus’ H-class unified storage systems as its flagship storage product line.

Verari Systems announced an Energy Credit Incentive Program for customers who plan to install the Verari BladeRack 2 X-Series platforms or FOREST storage container systems, both of which use Verari’s Vertical Cooling Technology. Qualifying customers are eligible for an energy credit (rebate) of up to $500,000.

Crescendo Networks has partnered with Riverbed Technology to deliver end-to-end application acceleration to corporate customers. The companies are combining Crescendo’s AppBeat DC with Riverbed’s Steelhead WAN acceleration appliances to provide faster application performance and availability across the WAN.

Iron Mountain Digital has announced that its Connected Backup solution will be available for Mac users in March.

Atto Technology’s Xtend SAN iSCSI Software Initiator for Mac OS X has been updated to provide better security and automation. Xtend SAN now supports HeaderDigest and DataDigest with ERRORLEVEL 1 processing, which is used to guarantee the integrity of iSCSI header data. Also new is the Xtend SAN Command Line Interface (CLI), which enables automation of iSCSI target management.


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