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Tandberg introduces LTO-5 tape libraries
Joining HP, IBM and Quantum, Tandberg Data is shipping a full line of systems based on LTO-5 tape technology, ranging from entry-level autoloaders to 40-slot libraries.
Symantec beefs up SMB backup, security
Symantec is bridging the gap between classic endpoint security and backup and recovery with the new Symantec Protection Suite Advanced Business Edition.
Tape market down 25%
The tape drive and media market closed out last year with $1.58 billion in revenues, down 24.7% from 2008, when the market totaled $2.1 billion.
EMC enhances Mozy cloud storage services
The 2.0 version of EMC's Mozy cloud-based backup service boasts 25% faster backups, lower bandwidth usage, and a Mozy 2xProtect feature that allows users to back up to a local external drive in addition to Mozy's data centers.
Vision Solutions to acquire Double-Take
Vision Solutions, a privately-held portfolio company of Thoma Bravo LLC, today announced that it is acquiring Double-Take Software for $10.55 per share in a deal valued at $242 million.
Caringo conserves power with Darkive for CAStor
The latest version of Caringo's CAStor object-based storage software includes a new power-saving feature that spins down entire CAStor nodes based on usage and policies.
EMC launches SourceOne for SharePoint
With the availability of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 at hand, EMC is making its bid for a piece of the market with today's launch of a new member of the SourceOne e-mail management and archiving family -- EMC SourceOne for Microsoft SharePoint.
EMC World: Tucci focuses on clouds, virtualization
At the EMC World conference this week, CEO Joe Tucci told attendees that EMC is going all out on the private cloud, while emphasizing that the future will involve both private and public clouds.
Quantum adds SMB model to data deduplication lineup
Quantum plugged a gap in its DXi family of disk-based backup appliances this week with the debut of the DXi4500 data deduplication systems for SMBs and remote offices.
ParaScale builds clouds for machine-generated data
ParaScale today released version 2.5 of its Cloud Storage software with new features for data protection, security and multi-tenancy in the cloud storage platform.
InMage targets cloud providers
InMage Systems is stepping up its efforts to woo cloud services providers by offering definitions for a cloud optimized infrastructure and tweaking its flagship disaster recovery software with features designed specifically for cloud providers.
EMC, Cisco tap Capellas as Acadia CEO
EMC and Cisco have appointed Michael Capellas as CEO of their joint Acadia organization, which also involves VMware and is centered around the trio's Virtual Computing Environment (VCE) coalition.
CA debuts ARCserve r15, adds D2D software
CA rolled out the latest version of its venerable (20 years old this year) CA ARCserve backup and recovery suite with the introduction of a new product and dozens of enhancements to existing products under the ARCserve umbrella.
OpSource launches Cloud Files backup and archive service
Software-as-a-service (SaaS) hosting company OpSource has added a "pay as you go" cloud storage service to its portfolio with the addition of OpSource Cloud Files, an online backup and archive service.
Imation addresses storage device-level security
Imation has added security technology – including encryption and authentication – to protect data "at rest" on the company's external disk drives, USB flash drives and optical discs.
Brocade, EMC lay groundwork for private clouds
Brocade and EMC today launched a new set of integrated switching and storage solutions aimed at building private clouds for Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, and Oracle Database 11g environments.