EMC extends NAS family August 31, 2004
-- Building on the success of its Celerra line of NAS servers, EMC recently shipped low-end and midrange additions, as well as a new version of its DART operating environment that includes support for iSCSI and enhancements to the Celerra Manager Basic Edition software.
IBM lowers NAS-SAN gateway prices August 25, 2004
-- IBM this week shipped a single-processor configuration of its TotalStorage NAS Gateway 500 for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and remote offices. The original NAS gateway, which was introduced in January, included two or four processors and was geared toward larger enterprises.
EMC strengthens channel relationships August 23, 2004
-- EMC's introduction of the "EMC Select Program" last week signaled a subtle but significant change in its relationship with resellers and other partners--a move that analysts say reflects CEO Joseph Tucci's vision of moving the company away from its direct sales, hardware-centric business model toward a more partner-centric approach.
Quantum introduces WORM tape August 17, 2004
-- Quantum Corp. recently announced its DLTice, claiming that it is the first widely adopted midrange tape offering with WORM technology. But there is a key difference in how Quantum has chosen to deliver WORM technology compared to other WORM tape vendors such as IBM, Sony, and StorageTek.
Veritas to integrate backup, replication August 10, 2004
-- Veritas is taking first steps toward offering users an integrated backup/replication product. Last week, the company shipped version 3.0 of its Storage Replicator software, which has a Windows-based graphical user interface (GUI) that has the same look and feel as the company's Backup Exec GUI.
Tech Data, EMC target federal accounts August 10, 2004
-- EMC and Tech Data this week announced they have expanded their distribution agreement to offer products and services to resellers and integrators targeting federal IT contracts.
Asigra reels in remote data August 4, 2004
-- Making sure that data generated at remote locations is properly backed up can be problematic for many enterprises, especially those with multiple, distributed sites and little to no IT support to leverage.
Tape trends: LTO gaining momentum August 1, 2004
-- Despite all the talk about disk-based backup, the tape industry appears to be on a minor rebound after three years of decline.
STK takes steps toward ILM portfolio August 1, 2004
-- Storage Technology recently added a new backup monitoring and automation software tool that can be used with its L-Series and StreamLine tape libraries (including the recently released StreamLine SL500 and SL8500), a move that fits into the company's larger goal of becoming a player in the information life-cycle management (ILM) market.
SRM improves backup operations August 1, 2004
-- Integrating storage resource management (SRM) tools with backup/recovery software streamlines the overall backup process.
HP to ship shared file system August 1, 2004
-- Next month, Hewlett-Packard is expected to ship its StorageWorks Scalable File Share (SFS) to technical customers in high-performance computing (HPC) environments.
EMC enhances Centera August 1, 2004
-- EMC recently added more protocol support to its Centera content-addressed storage (CAS) system so that customers can archive data generated from applications that have not been integrated with Centera.
CNT launches new directors August 1, 2004
-- This month, CNT began a rollout of its next generation of director-class storage networking switches.
Acopia addresses common NAS gripes August 1, 2004
-- Acopia, a two-year-old start-up in Lowell, MA, is among a growing list of vendors that have come to market with network-based products designed to address common problems with file server and NAS environments (e.g., difficult management, poor utilization, and scalability).
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