12x CD opens up new applications April 1, 2000
-- The recent addition of 12x recording speeds to CD-R media and CD-RW drives is expected to generate new choices for end users and OEMs not satisfied with previous transfer rates
HP enters midrange NAS market April 1, 2000
-- Late last month, Hewlett-Packard an-nounced the NetStorage 6000, a department-level network-attached storage (NAS) device that could fill a significant gap between entry-level (sub-$10,000) and high-end NAS devices.
Storage utilities: The next disruptive technology April 1, 2000
-- When Clayton Christiansen began researching the concept of disruptive technologies, the storage industry's checkered history of triumphant startups and apocryphal bankruptcies proved fertile ground
SANs and sensibility: Back to IP April 1, 2000
-- For the past two years, the storage area network (SAN) has been the darling architecture of the storage industry and the trade press.
S-A-N, R-O-I, M-O-N-E-Y April 1, 2000
-- If you're an IT manager tasked with making storage purchases, you're probably up to speed on the potential benefits of storage area networks. But you're also probably wondering what the payback will be, and how long it will take
OSTA approves MultiRead 2 spec April 1, 2000
-- Last month, members of the Optical Storage Technology Association (OSTA) ratified an updated MultiRead specification, extending guidelines for compatibility between drives and media for CD, DVD-ROM and DVD-RAM formats.
Maxtor forges an attachment for network storage April 1, 2000
-- With the price per megabyte for high-capacity Ultra ATA storage devices slipping below a penny per megabyte, how is it that Maxtor has found a way to sell storage at a 250% markup and make that seem like a bargain?
HP pushes storage-on-demand April 1, 2000
-- This month, Hewlett-Packard expanded its on-demand storage services and announced software upgrades for its SureStore E Disk Array XP256.
Hall-Mark forms storage unit, recruits VARs April 1, 2000
-- Distributor Hall-Mark Global Solu-tions has announced plans to build a storage-centric VAR network focused on providing storage area network (SAN) products.
@Backup changes name, expands focus April 1, 2000
-- Last month, Web-based backup storage provider @Backup changed its name to SkyDesk, reflecting the company's plan to broaden its product and market scopes. As its first order of business, SkyDesk introduced virtual storage services tailored toward workgroups and departments
Gadzoox acquires SmartSAN April 1, 2000
-- Last month, Gadzoox Networks acquired SmartSAN Systems, a privately held vendor of multi-protocol routers and management software. Gadzoox hopes in part to differentiate itself from its hub and switch competitors, such as Ancor, Brocade, and Vixel
Fibre Channel comes to tape April 1, 2000
-- Although integral components of storage area networks (SANs), until recently tape drives have relied on brid-ges or routers to perform necessary SCSI to Fibre Channel conversion
DISK/CONNECTIVITY April 1, 2000
-- This month, IBM began volume shipments of 75GB hard disk drives. The record-setting capacity is achieved largely through the use of glass platters, as opposed to traditional aluminum platters, which allows a recording density of up to 14.3 billion bits per square inch
Corporate Profiles April 1, 2000
-- Cranel offers complete end-to-end storage management solutions that meet today's complex requirements to manage, access, and protect business-critical information. Utilizing more than fourteen years of experience
BUSINESS BRIEFS April 1, 2000
-- Breece Hill Technologies has announced support for Quantum's Super DLTtape technology.
Users, vendors seek SAN training April 1, 2000
-- As storage area networks (SANs) become more mainstream, an increasing number of end users, integrators, and even vendors are seeking help to better understand the involved technologies
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