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Gluster Does Clustered Storage for Less with Open Source

Gluster uses its open source clustered file system and commodity hardware to create a scalable storage system for less than the cost of …

EMC Makes Solid State Drives More Efficient

The data storage giant finally releases its long-awaited SSD tiering technology.

Symantec Offers Thin Provisioning, SSD Tiering

Symantec unveils new features for making the most of heterogeneous storage environments.

Doubling Storage Network Performance With Defrag

Users report that SAN performance can double after defragging.

Storage Vendors Cut Costs With Open Source

Nexenta and ParaScale are using open source software and commodity hardware to slash storage costs for enterprises.

HP, IBM and 3PAR Unveil New Data Storage Wares

Protecting server virtualization environments is a common theme among data storage hardware vendors.

SDSC Turns to Flash Technology for Supercomputing

Spinning media just wasn't up to the job, so the San Diego Supercomputer Center is banking on flash memory to build its dream machine.

The Future of RAID Storage Technology

RAID is laboring to keep up with explosive data growth, but experts see ways to make the technology go further.

HP Puts Ibrix to Work

PolyServe gets the boot from HP's Extreme Data Storage System.

Storage Networking: The Basics

Much has changed since storage networks first appeared — and the biggest changes may be yet to come.

IBM Takes Aim at EMC, HDS with New Storage System

Big Blue's long-awaited high-end storage system refresh finally arrives.

Micron Unveils New Enterprise Flash Technology

Micron claims a breakthrough in endurance for MLC and SLC NAND technology.

Does Fragmentation Hurt Storage Network Performance?

SAN vendors say fragmentation isn't a problem with their systems, but a few point fingers at Windows.

NetApp's Growth a Good Sign for EMC

After NetApp raised its financial outlook last week, it's hard to find an analyst who isn't optimistic heading into EMC's quarterly earnings …

Last in the AL Central, First in Data Storage

The Cleveland Indians hit a home run with a new NetApp and CommVault storage system.

Troubleshooting SAN Problems

A large financial institution turned to Virtual Instruments' NetWisdom to solve problems in its EMC, Cisco and Brocade SAN environment.

SSD Makers Wrestle with Performance Degradation

Solid state drives may be known for blistering performance, but that performance can degrade over time unless the SSD vendor has taken steps …

Data Storage Startups Focus on Cost

MaxiScale and Symform serve different markets with the same message: saving on storage costs.

Brocade Connects Data Centers, Adds FCoE Blade

Brocade adds data center extension and FCoE capabilities to its DCX Backbone family with new switches and blades.

NEC, NetApp Unveil New Data Storage Wares

NetApp and NEC were just two of the storage vendors trotting out new product offerings this week.

Oracle, Sun Team Up on Exadata 2 Servers

HP gets kicked to the curb as Oracle picks the company it's acquiring for the next-generation Exadata servers.

Pliant Hopes to Give STEC Some Competition

The enterprise solid state drive (SSD) market may finally see some competition.

EMC Hires Top Intel Chip Exec

Intel's Pat Gelsinger will head EMC's flagship storage division as CEO Joe Tucci sets a retirement date.

Who's Hot in the Data Storage Market

The economy has kept a lid on storage spending, but there are plenty of startups and established names ready to pounce on the recovery.

Terabytes of Storage for Pennies a Gigabyte

One online backup provider that found a way to build its own storage servers on the cheap is sharing what it learned.

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