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Big Blue looks to shore up application data with the acquisition of the database archiving specialist.
Symantec's latest CommandCentral storage resource management software offers better utilization and reporting, among other features.
Cisco unveils new remote data management and security capabilities, along with new storage switches.
The storage giant overhauls its core storage platforms, starting with the new high-end Symmetrix DMX-4.
EMC's Centera, Celerra and Clariion platforms get a new emphasis on energy efficiency.
Microsoft, Cisco and EMC are partnering to secure government IT systems and information.
The search giant acquires Postini for e-mail compliance.
Network Appliance's replication software now works with storage arrays from any vendor.
Symantec has made a major step toward integrating backup technologies with the latest release of NetBackup.
The startup unveils a new storage cluster aimed at the digital video surveillance market.
Sun's latest storage appliance is targeted at telcos struggling to meet EU Data Retention Directive requirements.
HDS and HP played musical chairs at the top, and HDS also launched a new archiving platform.
With its new high-end array, Hitachi is taking a new service-oriented approach to storage.
Network Appliance has added de-duplication to its primary storage systems, with virtual tape slated for the feature at a later date.
Hitachi's new high-end storage array raises the stakes in its battle with EMC and IBM by boosting performance and adding thin provisioning and virtualization features.
The storage giant has established a global community of company researchers and university partners to solve challenges posed by the information explosion.
Seeing growth potential in storage, Netgear buys NAS specialist Infrant to accommodate SMBs.
How startups break into a market dominated by a few giants.
Hitachi packs a lot of data into its new small form factor enterprise storage drives.
IBM and Dell roll out new LTO 4 offerings with encryption, and other vendors will soon follow.
EMC, IBM, HP, Sun and Intel are just some of the vendors showing off new storage wares at this week's Storage Networking World.
HP deepened its commitment to the small and mid-sized business (SMB) storage market this week with a new product and two new executives.
Sun Microsystems has donated data storage technologies to the OpenSolaris community, a move that will allow developers to run the software on storage arrays from competitors.
The backup and recovery vendor adds data sharing over LANs and de-duplication to its core software platform.
Compellent releases new software that saves time by automatically booting servers from its storage area networks.
Agámi Systems this week introduced a hybrid storage server capable of storing both file- and block-based data.
The NAS vendor moves further into storage-area networking with two new storage arrays.
HP is taking virtual tape technology way down market for small businesses.
The database giant is adding ILM tools to its product arsenal.
EMC and Dell are combining forces and storage protocols in a new midrange storage offering.
Buying partner Bocada could be an answer to EMC's OEM deal with WysDM, which is gaining traction.
Big Blue claims to be the first to market with an encrypted midrange tape library.
With new Symmetrix security, encryption partnerships and an acquisition, EMC is taking its new security division seriously.
HP's latest storage offerings include unified SAN and NAS products, a new Cisco switch, and encryption.
Permabit sheds its storage hardware ambitions for a software approach.
The duo gained share on EMC and Symantec with stellar third-quarter growth, according to IDC.
Dell unveils the first midrange storage server to run Microsoft's Unified Storage Server 2003, combining NAS and iSCSI in a single box.
With the acquisition of Agere, LSI aims to become a top storage chip provider for the enterprise and consumer gadget space.
Big Blue unveils a midrange array built with natural disasters in mind.
NetApp acquires long-distance data protection specialist Topio for $160 million.
With its latest storage arrays for mid-sized businesses, Network Appliance is targeting HP and EMC.
The storage giant beefs up its de-duplication technology with the $165 million purchase of Avamar Technologies.
HP beats IBM to the punch with its first storage blade, and unveils a virtual tape gateway too.
The storage giant refreshes its RecoverPoint CDP offering and adds new backup management tools.
EMC has unveiled a number of changes to its core storage systems, including a new high-end Symmetrix and refreshes for its midrange, NAS and disk library systems.
In what could be the first of many joint moves in the storage space, the two IT giants will resell IBM's e-mail archiving system.
EMC reported solid results Tuesday, but also announced layoffs to help digest recent acquisitions.
The two tech giants have banded together to help corporations get a handle on their SharePoint data.
Hoping to make its mark on the high end, Fujitsu unveils the first storage servers with built-in encryption.
IBM takes the wraps off a high-end mainframe virtual tape offering.
HP's new arrays combine NAS and iSCSI and start at $5,000.
The storage giant moves into the data classification space, closes its acquisition of RSA and buys another security company too.
Much has changed in the last five years, but the two vendors remain close.
With new products and a pending merger with McData, Brocade hopes to maintain its lead over Cisco in the storage switch market.
Sun's integration of StorageTek took another step forward Tuesday with combined storage services.
IBM hopes that speed will be the thing that separates its storage products from rivals like EMC and Hitachi Data Systems.
Sun has unveiled two new modular storage systems, the first under the new Sun StorageTek brand.
The SAN switch makers will combine operations to better compete with Cisco Systems.
The storage giant combines its Documentum and Authentica acquisitions to protect files outside the firewall.
Packeteer's first post-Tacit release takes aim at file backup and data synchronization.
HP will introduce a new family of devices designed to make networked storage easy for small- and mid-sized businesses.
Pillar Data Systems will soon introduce a new software suite to fortify its Axiom server.
But one analyst sees good times ahead.
Network Appliance launches a new appliance to celebrate its new small business division.
The NetCache sale allows the company to focus on data management.
The storage giant acquires ProActivity for managing business processes.
NetApp's Data OnTap GX operating system is aimed squarely at HPC storage environments.
In an exclusive interview, EMC chief Joe Tucci discusses the company's evolution, acquisitions and future plans.
EMC highlighted its annual analyst meeting by acquiring application discovery and mapping startup nLayers.
The latest version of EMC's VMware virtualization software contains a number of features aimed squarely at storage users.
The NAS vendor picks up another $29 million to raise its total haul to $200 million.
IBM and Network Appliance celebrate their first year together with appliances that bridge the gap between SAN and NAS.
Big Blue gives SAN Volume Controller the ability to virtualize and reproduce data across almost unlimited distances.