InMage focuses on data continuity
With the release earlier this week of its DR-Scout product, InMage, a start-up led by Brocade co-founder Kumar Malavalli, claims it is making it easier--and more affordable--for mid-tier users to protect their data, as well as consolidate data at remote offices.
EMC adds iSCSI to Clariion arrays
EMC's announcement earlier this week of support for native iSCSI on its Clariion disk arrays is expected to accelerate end-user adoption of iSCSI-based IP SANs.
Deepfile reinvents itself, narrows focus
One of the biggest problems users run into when trying to meet regulatory requirements for unstructured data types (e.g., e-mail and files) is determining what data needs to be saved for compliance purposes and what data doesn't.
STK targets fixed content, compliance
StorageTek this week expanded its write-once, read-many (WORM) capabilities beyond tape to include disk media with the introduction of its Lifecycle Fixed Content Manager (LFCM) 100, a SATA-based disk system for the long-term storage of fixed content and compliance-related data--in particular, e-mail.
Overland intros software PACs
Overland Storage last month introduced the first in a series of software application PACs, or modules, for its REO series of disk-to-disk (D2D) backup-and-recovery appliances.
Make way for SATA II
Serial ATA (SATA) disk drives took the market by storm last year, and the popularity of high capacity (400GB per drive), low-cost SATA subsystems is expected to continue unabated this year.