Weeks after details of the buy emerged, EMC finally cops to snapping up the server-side storage software company.
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The flash storage and SSD specialist wants to help a flash-accelerated cloud storage company's systems make their way into more enterprises.
New lower-cost offering puts disk-based Big Data archiving within reach of more enterprises.
The storage industry hits a speed bump, its first since 2009.
Company unveils cloud-enabled, EMC-based backup services for business with big data security needs.
The data storage giant weathers an enterprise IT landscape defined by cautious spending and reveals a big new investor for its Pivotal spin out.
Company hopes to lure enterprises with faster, cheaper and cloudier SSD arrays that don't leave apps hanging during an outage.
The market research firm seeks to get to disambiguate the popular new term. It's a move that may impact companies that label themselves as Software Defined Storage (SDS) vendors.
Cloud services firm gives IT managers the reins of its file sharing and collaboration platform.
What good are new servers without storage? Oracle NAS systems offer automated SSD caching to speed up enterprise workloads.
Storage software startup targets virtualized environments as the server-side caching market heats up.
The all-flash data storage vendor upgrades its software platform with support for a new REST-based API and apps that brings systems management capabilities to the iPhone and Android devices.
The VC funds keep pouring into storage startups, this time one that leverages OpenStack to 'cloudify' storage infrastructures.
Data storage giant unveils new PCIe flash server cards and offers a peek at its all-SSD roadmap.
EMC targets enterprise cloud infrastructures with new preconfigured storage systems that offer extensive automation and self-service administration.
Enterprise data storage vendor takes the wraps off the company's first all-SSD array, the EF540, and sets the stage for more.
Big Blue zeroes in on the hottest trends in enterprise IT with new XIV arrays, an updated data compression appliance and private cloud storage software.
HP undergoes a big tape storage system revamp as the company shifts to the LTO-6 tape standard.
High-end arrays, midrange storage systems and cloud software and infrastructure offerings helped the IT giant hit $6 billion in quarterly revenues for the first time.
Enterprise data storage provider blends cloud file sharing capabilities with the security and manageability of on-premise storage management.
Storage provider unveils secure, crypto-friendly storage for data centers.
Big Blue sets its sights on legal e-discovery in its quest to grow its Big Data solutions portfolio.
Storage startup lands funding from flash drive maker SanDisk to grow its all-flash storage array business.
EMC seeks to widen its cloud storage platform's appeal with the addition of Amazon S3 support.
With the debut of its new Flex System V7000 hardware, Big Blue offers improved storage utilization and management on its PureSystems line of integrated IT systems.
The chipmaker continues to make enterprise storage inroads with its new line of DC S3700 SSDs.
Permabit helps enterprise storage OEMs combat the capacity crunch of ballooning backups.
Microsoft aims to strengthen the ties between Windows Server and Azure by snapping up a cloud storage appliance maker.
Hard drive maker targets cloud-enabled storage infrastructure with improved performance, built-in security and energy savings.
Capable of 1.2 million IOPS and sporting PCIe 3.0 support, Emulex readies SANs for ever-faster server chips and SSDs with its new HBAs.
HP’s ProLiant-powered enterprise file serving platform makes room for exploding data storage rates with new hardware and storage OS updates.
Big Blue aims for Big Data analytics and cloud workloads with Power7 processors and new storage management updates.
Storage maker delivers its highest capacity hard drives for denser arrays with an eye toward tackling cloud storage crunch.
Dell delivers the storage piece of the company's converged IT infrastructure puzzle.
Fuji's Nanocubic technology feeds the latest high-performance tape drives by stuffing more capacity into a familiar form factor.
The Storage provider continues to court the (smaller) enterprise storage market with new compact, cube-like NAS hardware.
Iomega looks to take on the tape market with its new disk-based backup drive and media.
This week's highlights: Enhancements debut for Kasten Chase's Assurency CipherShare, SANRAD's V-Switch IP SAN solutions, and LEGATO's DiskXtender 2000; StoneFly ships its Backup Advantage solution for SMBs; and a new high-capacity DVD spec is approved.
SGI rolls out new NAS, SAN, and software products as the company embarks on an initiative to become a stronger presence in the storage sector.
LSI Logic rounds out its storage management software with the addition of a volume copy feature and firmware enhancements.
Using the LinuxWorld conference in San Francisco as a backdrop, storage firms announce new products that go hand in hand with the continual spread of Linux across corporate networks.
Advancements in Brocade's software add new security and management features to the high-end Silkworm SAN switch.
InoStor's SATA NAS appliance extends the company's RAIDn technology to storage systems for mid-sized businesses.
The storage hardware and services provider announces support for Windows Server 2003 through its IP SAN products for storage-intensive industries.
The hard drive manufacturer gets set to ship the largest Serial ATA drive yet.
NetX combines Toshiba servers and Altiris software to provide backup and recovery hardware for client systems.
The Zip drive maker courts the entry-level NAS market and updates its midrange line.
Seagate reveals a new enterprise-class drive platform that not only promises improved performance, but also the ability to pack more storage in smaller physical spaces.
The storage software developer pulled the wraps off of its latest version of IPStor earlier this week. The software now incorporates and complements the VSS and VDS storage management features found in Windows Server 2003.
Alacritech's TCP/IP accelerator helps Microsoft's latest server operating system post file serving performance gains in tests.