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EMC, Nortel Intro New Continuity Service

October 28, 2003
The storage and networking giants target enterprises that must get to their data quickly in an emergency.
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McDATA, Network Appliance Work Together

July 15, 2003
Addressing cost and duplication concerns, the two firms partner to help customers run mixed NAS and SAN storage systems.
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Dell, EMC Extend Storage Pact

June 11, 2003
Citing 4,100 customer wins in two years, the computer and storage firms announce they will continue their sales and manufacturing deal through 2008.
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Lucent, McDATA Target Data Centers

May 23, 2003
The networking giant and storage specialist partner to offer products to help enterprises and service providers build and manage data centers.
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Cisco Executes Storage Strategy

May 9, 2003
With simplicity and interoperability as its watchwords, the network gear maker continues its storage partner push with EMC, HP, IBM, and HDS.
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McDATA Raises Q1 Estimates -- Again

May 7, 2003
The firm says sales and profits will be better than expected on strong demand for Storage Area Networking components.
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EMC, Tumbleweed Tackle e-Mail Storage

May 2, 2003
A joint offering helps financial and health care firms comply with new federal regulations to archive messages.
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EMC Unveils New Mid-Range Option

March 13, 2003
Enhancements to the EMC CLARiiON line help customers bring more tape-based data online.
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EMC, INSCI Target Content Storage

March 11, 2003
The companies jointly develop systems that store and manage petabytes of memos, e-mails, statements, trade confirmations and other 'customer-centric' documents.
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McData Sees Profits, StorageNetworks Sees Trouble

March 10, 2003
The Broomfield, Colorado company is upbeat about prospects while the Waltham, Massachusetts firm hires advisors to plot a course out of trouble.
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EMC's Q4 Loss Beats Street

January 24, 2002
The Hopkington, Mass., data storage giant posts its second consecutive quarterly loss but says cost cuts, lowered inventories and a sales approach that acknowledges customers' lean IT budgets has its recovery is ahead of schedule.
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