[March 9, 2006] Xiotech's focus on the needs of mid-range storage users has given it high marks from customers.
HP Makes Grid Centerpiece of Storage PushHP aims to get back on the horse in enterprise storage, unfurling a roadmap to its grid technology and expanding an SMB educational program.
[July 23, 2004] Storage vendors focused on the enterprise and small business markets could be overlooking the critical midrange, according to one analysis.
[May 26, 2004] The storage partners design and develop a low-cost SAN system to lure SMB customers from rivals IBM and HP.
[May 20, 2004] Aiming at SMBs, the storage giant adds the NetWin 110 to its NAS storage line running Microsoft Windows storage software.
[May 7, 2004] The storage firm debuts a combined-media data protection appliance with small and mid-sized businesses in mind.
[May 4, 2004] Hitachi's storage unit creates a modular storage system for the mid-range market and upgrades storage resource management applications.
[March 23, 2004] Nurtured over the past decade in the relative affluence of large data center budgets, SAN solutions are now poised to penetrate the vast middle market. Tom Clark explores how new, lower cost storage technologies are spurring the adoption of SANs by SMBs.
[March 23, 2004] HP becomes the latest storage vendor to upgrade its portfolio with products for cost-cutting small businesses.
[March 22, 2004] Leaving partner EMC on the bench, the systems vendor unveils a server for simple storage management at small businesses or departments.
[March 16, 2004] Mid-size businesses need storage every bit as much as large enterprises, but the mid-range market presents a completely different set of challenges and opportunities for vendors. What can storage vendors do to successfully take advantage of this untapped market?
[March 2, 2004] Mid-size businesses need storage every bit as much as large enterprises, but the mid-range market presents a completely different set of challenges and opportunities for vendors. What can storage vendors do to successfully take advantage of this untapped market?
[October 30, 2003] The storage vendor targets SMBs with a stackable Fibre Channel switch that costs about half that of competing switches from McDATA and Brocade.
[September 22, 2003] EMC ushers in mid-tier applications to give small and medium-sized businesses the ability to manage their storage devices more efficiently.
[April 22, 2003] While SANs have proven value for large data center applications, until recently it has been unclear whether SAN technology could provide comparable value for medium-sized and smaller businesses. Tom Clark reveals how recent market developments such as lower cost modular shared storage arrays, more economical disk drives, and IP-based storage products are generating a lower entry cost for SANs and are bringing shared storage to a broader market.