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ParaScale offers cloud storage software
Startup ParaScale is now offering a standalone software product capable of creating public or private storage clouds for a starting price of less than $10,000.
Axcient joins the cloud crowd
Axcient has joined the growing list of vendors providing cloud-based storage services. Like some other vendors, Axient offers a hybrid approach that combines cloud-based data protection with a backup/recovery and replication appliance that resides at the customer's facility.
Data Domain ships midrange disk-based backup system
<strong>March 23, 2009</strong> -- Data Domain expanded its line of de-duplicating disk-based backup products with the introduction of the DD660, a quad-core processor system that offers a 50% increase in both speed and capacity over its dual-core predecessor.
The Planet offers cloud storage services
IT hosting company The Planet announced the general availability of a new Storage Cloud service that lets users choose where and how they store data across North America, Europe or Asia.
Mimosa takes aim at SharePoint archiving
Mimosa Systems, which is primarily known for data protection, e-mail and file archiving software, is extending its reach into the fast-growing Microsoft SharePoint archiving market with the debut of Mimosa NearPoint for SharePoint.
Continuity adds HA gap detection to DR software
Recognizing that disaster recovery (DR) includes more than just data protection, Continuity Software is adding high availability (HA) gap detection and reporting to a new version of its RecoverGuard software.
Making the case for cloud storage
Use cases point the way to early adoption of "storage in the cloud."