Stories by Lucas Mearian

Overland Storage unveils NAS/iSCSI SAN array

ORLANDO -- Overland Storage today introduced its first storage array for small- to mid-size businesses (SMBs) and distributed enterprises that can serve up both file- and block-level data over a single controller.

University medical center virtualizes, cuts storage needs by 65%

ORLANDO -- After upgrading storage systems twice in three years, Jeffrey Orndoff, IT director at the <a href="">University of Kansas Physicians</a> , earlier this year virtualized his storage and server environment in the hope that it would let departments quickly deploy new applications as services while maintaining the security of patient information.

HP set to release NAND flash replacement in 18 months

A Hewlett-Packard senior fellow this week told attendees at the International Electronics Forum 2011 in Seville that his company will have a new non-volatile memory chip ready to replace NAND flash and solid state drives (SSD) within 18 months.

BofA says it wasn't hacked; website problems persist

After days of spotty online access, Bank of America (BofA) today said its Web and mobile services have not been hit by hacking or denial-of-service attacks. But the nation's largest bank would not disclose what's causing its website problems.

Symantec updates flagship storage, high availability suites

Symantec Corp. this week unveiled version 6.0 of its flagship storage management and high availability suite of products, which include upgrades designed to help users build private-cloud architectures out of existing infrastructures.

Violin releases two new flash memory arrays

Violin Memory on Tuesday introduced two new all-NAND flash arrays that double the capacity over their predecessors and offer up to 160TB of capacity in a rack with 10 million IOPS and an aggregate 40GBps performance.

Mozy ships hard drives to cloud backup customers

In an attempt to spur adoption of its <a href="">MozyPro</a><a href="">cloud</a> backup service, Mozy today shipped external hard drives to many of its small- to medium-sized business customers to speed initial system backups.

Imation buys IronKey's hardware assets

Storage device manufacturer Imation Corp. has reached a deal to buy the hardware business of privately-held IronKey, best known for its highly secure USB flash drives.

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