EMC unveils the latest version of Storage Configuration Advisor and shuts down its Atmos cloud storage service.
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QLogic and Emulex help HP create a new multiprotocol blade server technology that can change connection protocols on the fly.
The Storage Networking Industry Association has launched new programs for those who don't need full certification credentials.
The new HydraStor HS3-210 offers midrange storage users inline deduplication starting at $40,000.
Anobit claims a breakthrough in low-cost solid state drives that has eluded other SSD makers.
Dell is the latest storage networking vendor to make the most of solid state drives with automated tiering.
Brocade rolls out its vision for virtual data center networks and also has an answer to the Cisco-EMC-VMware coalition.
Storage users don't normally think of Cisco when shopping for hardware, but the networking giant hopes to change that.
The data storage startup says its Next3 file system goes well beyond Linux's snapshot capabilities.
Primary says its primary data reduction technology bests NetApp in performance and capacity.
In a single quarter, NetApp leapt past Dell and HP and nearly caught IBM, according to IDC, while EMC remains all alone at the top.
HP sees the small business data storage market as a big growth area.
Brocade gives speed and density boosts to its Ethernet and data storage switches as its rivalry with Cisco heats up.
VM6 Software claims to have a solution for small businesses that haven't been able to afford virtualization.
EMC has paid $87.5 million to settle a federal kickback and pricing lawsuit.
Google launches a cloud storage service to compete with Amazon.
The long-running storage networking partnership between IBM and LSI shows no signs of slowing.
With soaring growth and competitive pricing, EMC's online backup service sees plenty of opportunity ahead.
Double-Take and its 20,000 customers will become part of Vision Solutions.
Infineta, Emulex, ParaScale and Quantum were among the storage vendors making headlines this week.
EMC today unveiled the first details of its plan to unite storage networks around the globe.
Oracle is reassuring its Sun StorageTek data tape customers of its long-term commitment to the technology.
EMC and Cisco prove they're serious about their virtual data center coalition by hiring a big name to run it.
The PCI Express 3.0 specification will finally be released in the third quarter, but don't expect products for another year or so.
Iomega's new unified storage array stops short of challenging NetApp, but next week's EMC World may have more to say about that.
Data storage vendors are hiring, and NetApp is leading the way.
EMC's Global Marketing CTO sees solid state drives, the cloud and Ethernet as the future of storage networking.
Brocade hopes to break into a storage networking adapter market that has been dominated by Emulex and QLogic.
Emulex is moving beyond its core market for storage networking adapters and into storage management software.
The clustered file system will remain open source, but paid support for version 2.0 will require new hardware.
Nimbus Data Systems has unveiled an all-SSD data storage array that the company claims is the first of its kind for enterprise storage.
The relationship with HDS could be the start of something big for the dedupe company.
The software giant continues to add data storage, protection and compliance features to Exchange 2010.
Data deduplication and high-end storage arrays drive EMC's recovery from the Great Recession.
HDS unveils a unified data center stack, and HP may be working on an FCoE switch.
Cloud storage seems a long way from being enterprise-ready, but a number of users are considering the technology anyway.
Despite reports of layoffs, Symantec's storage and backup software division remains hard at work.
IBM beats EMC to market with sub-volume data storage tiering.
EMC has taken its first step toward global deduplication with the dual-controller Global Deduplication Array.
Emulex is making up for lost time in the market for converged data and storage networks.
Data is growing by leaps and bounds -- and so are the companies that store it.
Cisco's SAN storage switch rivalry with Brocade moves down market.
Analysts see double-digit growth for data storage giant EMC for the first time since 2008.
Cleversafe beat EMC Atmos to market by a year -- and analysts like what they see.
The two tech giants are partnering on a cloud-based data backup offering that uses Verizon's private network for performance and security.
Tape storage remains a vibrant market, HP says.
Storage area networks and network attached storage may be converging at EMC.
Dell deepens its relationship with EMC to include deduplication systems, and also unveils a system for storing unstructured data.
Brocade shares are being unfairly punished for the company's missteps in the Ethernet switch market, according to one analyst.
EMC taps into a Microsoft API to offer new data replication, disaster recovery and storage networking tools.
QLogic and EMC partner on Fibre Channel switches as Emulex notches an FCoE win with NetApp.
The data storage giant envisions a massive, global storage network without distance, performance or data consistency limitations.
Sepaton unveils a new midrange deduplicating virtual tape library aimed at the EMC Data Domain DD880.
EMC claims its new Celerra software cuts VMware storage needs in half, doubles cloning speed and automates failback.
3PAR beats EMC to the punch with storage tiering at the sub-LUN level.
Hitachi's high-end storage arrays leave Oracle's data storage product lineup; will others follow?
Data storage vendors continue to tailor their offerings for the cloud.
HP, IBM and Cisco sign adapter deals for converged data center networks.
FalconStor and Violin Memory have combined storage virtualization with solid state drives to speed storage networking performance.
Big Blue unveils a virtual tape library with deduplication capabilities for backing up z/OS environments.
Double-Take's backup software and Amazon EC2 give smaller businesses the equivalent of a disaster recovery site in the cloud.
Brocade's Ethernet business weakens as its storage networking business takes off.
The information management giant is building a formidable data backup, recovery and archiving business.
HP unveils new offerings for iSCSI and Fibre Channel storage networking environments.
A new startup promises enterprise-class online storage for a nickel a gigabyte per month with no transfer fees.
EMC's Atmos cloud storage system gets new levels of data protection and a big boost in performance and capacity.
Big Blue is the latest data storage vendor to offer extreme scale-out network attached storage.
Micron's acquisition of Numonyx gives the memory firm a big stake in phase change memory (PCM) and NAND flash, two technologies that could change enterprise data storage.
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Dell may be poised to enter the clustered NAS and deduplication markets.
Holographic data storage has yet to achieve commercial viability despite decades of development efforts.
Six months after losing a bidding war for Data Domain to EMC, NetApp backs away from the market for VTL deduplication.
Continuity Software says its disaster recovery monitoring software is the next best thing to extensive DR testing.
Storage management and backup software vendor CommVault is giving its Simpana software new cloud storage capabilities.
Oracle revealed this week that it not only plans to keep Sun's disk storage business, but its tape business too.