Yosemite adds encryption March 30, 2007
-- <B>March 30, 2007</B>—Yosemite this week released a new version of Yosemite Backup, which includes media encryption to keep data secure in the event the media is lost or stolen.
Sanrad connects 'stranded' servers to SANs March 29, 2007
-- <B>March 29, 2007</B>—Sanrad's V-Switch 3400 hit the market this week with embedded StoragePro management software and iSCSI-to-Fibre Channel protocol conversion.
Moonwalk enters US with ILM software March 27, 2007
-- <B>March 27, 2007</B>—Moonwalk, an Australian developer of data management and protection software, made its US debut this week with the introduction of the Moonwalk 6.0 information lifecycle management (ILM) software suite.
IDC predicts rapid growth for DPRM March 26, 2007
-- <B>March 26, 2007</B>—A recent report from International Data Corp. (IDC) predicts that the worldwide data protection and recovery management (DPRM) market will grow from $58 million in 2006 to $200 million by 2011,
TeraCloud offers free SRM tool March 22, 2007
-- <B>March 22, 2007</B>—TeraCloud launched a free storage resource management (SRM) tool today called TSF Express. TSF Express, which will be available March 23, is a pared-down version of TeraCloud Storage Framework SRM software,
The Latest Storage News March 22, 2007
-- Digi-Data, ExaGrid, FilesX, Integrity Data Systems, LSI Logic, Overland, Riverbed, SenSage, Storewiz, Symantec, Xyratex, and Zycko.
Solix extends archiving software March 19, 2007
-- <B>March 19, 2007</B>—Solix has broadened the scope of its archiving software and has re-christened it as the Solix Enterprise Data Management Suite.
Emulex ships fabric application platforms March 16, 2007
-- <B>March 16, 2007</B>—At the CeBIT show in Hannover, Germany this week, Emulex introduced the first systems-level product resulting from its acquisition of Aarohi last year.
Cisco to acquire NeoPath March 15, 2007
-- <B>March 15, 2007</B>—Cisco announced an agreement this week to acquire privately held NeoPath Networks, a maker of file storage management software and appliances.
The Latest Storage News-287130 March 15, 2007
-- Arrow Electronics, Asigra, Avnet, Cisco, CommVault, GlassHouse Technologies, Hitachi Data Systems, HP, Incipient, Ingram Micro, Intel, Level Platforms, MBI, Microsoft, Mimosa Systems, Plasmon, TIM Storage Solutions AG
NEC provides architecture sneak preview March 14, 2007
-- <B>March 14, 2007</B>—Worldwide, NEC is approximately the tenth largest vendor of external disk systems, yet it's relatively unknown in the US.
Adaptec launches SAS/SATA controllers March 13, 2007
-- <B>March 13, 2007</B>—Adaptec announced today six new PCIe-interface products—five "unified" Serial ATA (SATA) and Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) RAID controllers and one Ultra320 SCSI host bus adapter (HBA).
Atto RAID adapters support SAS March 13, 2007
-- <B>March 13, 2007</B>—Claiming performance advantages over some of its more well-known competitors, Atto Technology this week entered the Serial Attached SCSI (SAS) adapter market with the ExpressSAS R348 (internal) and R380 (external) RAID adapters.
agami adds iSCSI to NAS servers March 12, 2007
-- <B>March 12, 2007</B>—agami Systems, which introduced its agami Information Server (AIS) NAS product approximately 18 months ago, has added iSCSI support to the AIS operating system.
Iron Mountain offers e-mail management service March 12, 2007
-- <B>March 12, 2007</B>—Today, Iron Mountain Digital launched a new digital service dubbed Total Email Management Suite. Three components make up the suite: active archiving, business continuity service, and security service.
IBM jumps to #2 in disk arrays March 9, 2007
-- <B>March 9, 2007</B>—Worldwide external controller-based (ECB) disk storage revenue totaled $15.2 billion in 2006, a 4.1% increase over 2005 revenue of $14.6 billion, according to Gartner Inc.
Riverbed accelerates secure traffic March 8, 2007
-- <B>March 8, 2007</B>—The wide area data services (WDS) market continues to buzz as a number of vendors are rolling out new or enhanced versions of their wide area files services (WAFS) and WAN optimization products.
The Latest Storage News-286469 March 8, 2007
-- BladeLogic, Blue Coat Systems, Data Domain, Expand Networks, FAST, FilesX, Huawei-3COM, IC Technology, Imation, LeftHand Networks, LexisNexis, Microsoft, Network Appliance, Onaro, Sun Microsystems, Xyratex, and Zetera
Isilon fills out clustered-storage software suite March 6, 2007
-- <B>March 6, 2007</B>—Isilon this week added a new migration software product and an upgraded version of its replication software. Both MigrationIQ and SyncIQ run on the company's OneFS operating system and IQ family of clustered-storage systems.
NetApp bolsters midrange FAS, V series March 5, 2007
-- <B>March 5, 2007</B>—This week, Network Appliance will add new models to its midrange FAS (stand-alone) and V (virtualization) series of "unified storage" disk arrays.
BakBone adds MySQL module March 2, 2007
-- <B>March 2, 2007</B>—BakBone Software this week released its NetVault: Backup APM (Application Plugin Module) for MySQL v.3.0 software.
HP buys PolyServe for NAS virtualization March 1, 2007
-- <B>March 1, 2007</B>—Hewlett-Packard broadened its plans in the NAS market this week when the company announced it has inked a deal to acquire OEM partner and clustered file system vendor PolyServe.
New Products March 1, 2007
-- Each month, InfoStor rounds up timely new product announcements, providing a buyer?s guide for professionals.
iSCSI goes beyond SMBs and Windows March 1, 2007
-- Until recently, iSCSI was generally deployed only in small to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) running Windows applications.
Vendors address power, cooling March 1, 2007
-- Some call it a crisis, and others call it a growing problem, but everyone agrees that powering the data center is becoming increasingly expensive.
Vendors tackle information access March 1, 2007
-- The advent of new federal electronic discovery (e-discovery) regulations, coupled with the recent list of vendors splicing enterprise search with indexing technologies, is resulting in a wave of new data-classification tools designed to clean up the messy business of information access.
iSCSI breaks through all market tiers March 1, 2007
-- Introduced only a few years ago, iSCSI SANs have clearly hit the mainstream and are now hosting virtually all types of applications, although e-mail, Web applications, and Microsoft Exchange are still the most popular.
Users combine VTLs and data de-dupe March 1, 2007
-- Virtual tape libraries (VTLs) have been thoroughly vetted by the end-user community and have proved to be a reliable, cost-effective option for speeding the backup-and-recovery process.
Hitachi acquires Archivas March 1, 2007
-- Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) increased its presence in the content archiving and management market recently with the acquisition of privately held digital archiving specialist Archivas.
Business Briefs March 1, 2007
-- This section takes on late-breaking business and partnership news written for industry insiders.
Brocade reveals post-merger road map March 1, 2007
-- Now that the deal is done and Brocade has officially acquired McData for close to $1 billion, the company is beginning to pull back the curtain on its highly anticipated product plans and answer questions about which products will-and will not-survive the merger.
A caveat about user surveys March 1, 2007
-- In the first of the two articles that make up our Special Report on iSCSI in this issue . . .
EMC beefs up Symmetrix security March 1, 2007
-- EMC officially began integrating security technology from its RSA Security division into its enterprise storage hardware last month with the news that stronger authentication, authorization, and audit capabilities are now native to the Symmetrix DMX-3 disk arrays.
HP enhances virtualization, security March 1, 2007
-- Hewlett-Packard recently announced enhancements to a range of its hardware and software products in the areas of virtualization, file services, switching, and security, all of which are designed to help users consolidate and manage their storage environments in a simpler, more secure way.
Enterprise Vault 7.0 automates classification March 1, 2007
-- Symantec is beefing up its digital archiving software with a new level of automated data classification, broader support for upcoming Microsoft applications, and support for a variety of enterprise content management (ECM) platforms.
IBM upgrades TSM March 1, 2007
-- IBM recently unveiled the latest version of its Tivoli Storage Manager (TSM) software with an eye toward better data security, improved application performance, and tighter integration with its storage hardware systems.