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HP Vows Server, Storage Marriage

March 14, 2005
The company partners with Broadcom and Seagate to outfit its server and storage families with Serial Attached SCSI and RAID6.
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EMC Readies ATA Disks for Prime Time

December 10, 2004
CEO Joe Tucci aligns with Oracle for a virtualization rush in 2005.
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Intel Modifies Xeon for Storage

October 28, 2004
The chip giant adds 64-bit extension technology to deal with heavy-duty database apps.
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Serial Storage Takes Center Stage At IDF

September 10, 2004
Serial storage took center stage at the Intel Developer's Forum this week, with the formation of a new Serial ATA (SATA) group and several SATA and serial attached SCSI (SAS) product announcements.
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FrontBridge Fills Archiving Gaps

August 31, 2004
The company acquires MessageRite and teams with Voltage Security for its document archive business.
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Veritas Reaches Out to China

August 19, 2004
The software vendor unveils plans to extend its utility computing vision to its Asia/Pacific fans.
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InfiniBand Gets a Tux

June 15, 2004
A new InfiniBand consortium will champion open source platforms like Linux.
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HP Tweaks Storage, Servers for Adaptive Work

May 6, 2004
The computer and printer maker invests in new grid storage software and announces new Itanium dual-processor modules and a refresh of its NonStop services contracts.
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IBM Revs Up Its 'Virtualization Engine'

April 29, 2004
Big Blue capitalizes on its mainframe experience in rolling out partitioning software to help run its 'on-demand' strategy.
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New Chips Pave Way for Faster Storage

February 11, 2004
UPDATE: Intel introduces a handful of 4-Gig FC optical transceivers targeted at HBAs and RAID applications in SANs.
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Apple's Silent Push into Enterprise

January 14, 2004
Leave it to the Macintosh maker to make server and storage sexy and affordable. So why aren't these guys tooting their own horn?
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HP Views Adaptive Enterprise as 'Uber OS'

November 12, 2003
The company ramps up its utility computing offerings with the help of a 'deeper' SAP partnership and the acquisition of ILM software vendor Persist Technologies.
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LSI Logic Scores Next-Gen Storage Deals

October 10, 2003
Fujitsu Siemens taps the semiconductor maker for its next round of Ultra320 SCSI, RAID on motherboard, and discrete RAID products.
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Report: Disk Storage Sales Still a Mixed Bag

September 5, 2003
Sales in North America grow for the second straight quarter, but IDC says there is no indication of a near-term, global recovery in the disk storage systems market.
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Sun, Hitachi Refresh Storage Ties

August 26, 2003
The two tech heavyweights look to make some Lightning and Thunder for Sun's N1 platform by extending their data center contract through 2006.
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HP, Hitachi Re-up, Announce Disaster Tolerant Solution

August 15, 2003
The two companies commit to five more years of their multi-billion dollar OEM and technology relationship and, in a stroke of fortuitous timing, also unveil a multi-site disaster-tolerant solution.
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HP Developers Program Targets 'Bluefin'

July 10, 2003
The computer and printer maker looks to augment its OpenView platform with a SMI-S compatible toolbox in advance of the spec's ratification this summer.
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Network Appliance Picks Up Pieces of Auspex

June 23, 2003
The storage player targets its next-generation NAS, SAN, and FAS systems with purchase.
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Sun Bolsters N1 with New Servers and Storage Systems

April 9, 2003
Sun has unveiled its N1 Data Platform, which includes the debut of Pirus technology in its provisioning puzzle, along with two new StorEdge 6000 family members.
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