Windows 2000 improves storage management February 2, 2000
-- While the merits and flaws of the Windows NT operating system will continue to be debated, few can dispute its impact on the storage industry.
Veritas targets Unix workgroup backup February 2, 2000
-- Filling a void in low-end markets, Veritas last month began shipping NetBackup BusinesServer 3.3 for workgroups, particularly Unix environments.
Users warming up to SAN benefits February 2, 2000
-- User awareness of, and willingness to implement, storage area networks (SANs) has come a long way in the last year.
Tandberg Data to acquire Breece Hill February 2, 2000
-- In the first of several anticipated announcements, Tandberg Data last month said it plans to acquire tape automation manufacturer Breece Hill Technologies for a reported $12 million, which includes $5.9 million for outstanding shares of Breece Hill stock and some $5 million in Breece Hill debt.
SANs enable Internet-related businesses February 2, 2000
-- Potential advantages include better backup and replication, centralized management, scalability, and sharing of resources, files, and data.
Emerging SAN management models February 2, 2000
-- Management is a major concern among SAN adopters. Domain management provides the necessary control for optimum performance, security, and data availability.
newproducts February 2, 2000
-- This month, Gadzoox Networks began shipping an eight-port Fibre Channel switch priced at $4,995.
Legato partners with HighGround for SRM February 2, 2000
-- On the heels of receiving a $20 million equity investment from Compaq, HighGround Systems has announced a technology partnership with Legato Systems.
Intel ships RAID building blocks February 2, 2000
-- Recognizing that most low-cost servers and workstations do not include RAID functionality, Intel last month enhanced its I/O portfolio with a RAID reference design kit and controller.
Inside Jiro storage management February 2, 2000
-- Jiro technology is one way for developers and administrators to simplify storage management in heterogeneous environments.
IBM targets OEM subsystem market February 2, 2000
-- In a bold-but predicted-move, IBM is moving beyond its direct sales strategy and is for the first time taking aim at the OEM storage subsystem market.
IBM files suit against EMC February 2, 2000
-- IBM filed suit against EMC in late December alleging EMC violated a 1999 patent cross-licensing agreement and illegally transferred disputed patents to a shell company.
Hewlett-Packard "toasterizes" network storage February 2, 2000
-- With margins for storage devices as thin as gold leaf, Quantum and Maxtor are among the HDD manufacturers moving into the value-added space of network-attached storage (NAS).
Goodbye Fibre Channel, hello InfiniBand? February 2, 2000
-- Over the past couple years, the nascent Fibre Channel storage area network (SAN) industry has grown from an idea (not necessarily a new one) to a multi-billion dollar market opportunity.
Frequently asked questions about RAID February 2, 2000
-- Controllers are the "brains" of RAID subsystems. Understanding how they work is key to choosing the best array for your applications.
NEWS: And the winners are . . . February 1, 2000
-- At the recent I/O Technologies Forum and Server I/O conference, Compaq's Richard Lary received the Lifetime Achievement Award based on his contributions to I/O technology development.
NEWS: Legato begins online SAN training February 1, 2000
-- Last month, Legato Systems became the first software provider to offer free, product-independent storage area network (SAN) training sessions via the Internet.
NEWS: SNIA launches NAS working group February 1, 2000
-- The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) last month announced the formation of a network-attached storage (NAS) working group in an effort to standardize technology and terminology.
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