Nexsan Technologies and Reldata have announced they are teaming to produce a combined IP storage area network/network-attached storage product that includes data replication over WANs.
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Cisco has given notice to customers of NeoPath Networks, the file-area network (FAN) and virtualization technology company it bought last month, that NeoPath products, support contracts and professional services will no longer be offered.
Data Domain Monday announced that it has filed to go public.
Brocade Communications has announced plans to incorporate 10Gbps Ethernet and iSCSI technology into its Fibre Channel switches.
iSCSI technology is entering the mainstream as growing numbers of enterprises consider the storage alternative for its lower costs and management simplicity, analysts say.
After years of hostility, Novell welcomed Microsoft for the first time to its annual BrainShare user conference to discuss implications of the vendors' controversial technology interoperability agreement
At Novell's annual BrainShare user conference, CEO and President Ron Hovsepian sat down with Network World Senior Editor Deni Connor to talk about the Novell-Microsoft interoperability agreement and how it's helping Novell attract customers with mixed operating systemÂ environments.
Novell welcomed Microsoft for the first time to its annual BrainShare user conference to discuss the interoperability implications of the vendors' controversial agreement inked in November.
As Novell kicks off its annual user conference, customers are enthusiastic about their transitions from the legacy NetWare operating system to Linux. There's discord, however, among Novell users regarding the company's controversial technology pact with Microsoft.
Cisco Tuesday acquired file-area networking company NeoPath Networks for an undisclosed amount.
Hitachi Data Systems and Sun have entered into an agreement for Sun to resell Hitachi's high-end storage array and virtualization platform, according to sources close to the agreement.
Dell this week unveiled systems for small and midsize businesses that let customers deploy storage-area networking and tape automation technology affordably.
Brocade on Thursday unveiled a Fibre Channel switch and enhancements to its storage-area network (SAN) assessment software that are interoperable in McData environments.
Storage vendors, including IBM and Sepaton, are readying new wares this week. IBM is rolling out a midrange tape library with encryption capabilities, while Sepaton is introducing virtual tape library appliances and refreshing its product line with appliances that support higher capacity and performance.
Two new startups -- Storage Elements and Bitleap -- are getting into the outsourced, online data-protection and -vaulting market for backing up the data residing on enterprise business servers, laptops and desktops.