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  • Replication alternatives

    Data replication is great for protecting critical data and ensuring quick recoveries. Find out where you should deploy replication: in your array, network or servers.

    Data replication


  • JCPenney saves energy with larger drives and tiered storage

    More efficient storage tiering has played a major role in JCPenney's massive energy-efficiency program, and the retailer's senior architect said he plans to add solid-state drives (SSDs) into the mix


  • Nirvanix CloudNAS

    Cloud storage generated a flurry of activity last year as a steady stream of products and services hit the market, so it's fitting that one of the promising new offerings, Nirvanix Inc.'s CloudNAS,...

  • BlueArc Titan 3200 Network Storage System

    The strong point of BlueArc Corp.'s Titan unified NAS and iSCSI system can be summed up in one word: performance. Our judges consistently gave the Titan 3200 high marks for performance, and...

  • Kazeon bolsters e-discovery analysis and review functionality

    Kazeon Systems Inc. extended its in-house eDiscovery platform for enterprise customers, adding e-discovery analysis, content analytics, first-pass review and in-house review capabilities.


  • Iron Mountain opens file archiving service

    Iron Mountain Digital rolled out a new cloud storage offering this week with a service called Virtual File Store (VFS).

    VFS combines an on-premise server and portable hard drives with storage


  • Seagate's new CEO faces declining sales, faulty drives

    The bad news keeps coming for disk drive maker Seagate Technology LLC.

    Wednesday night, Seagate reported revenue from last quarter of $2.27 billion, which was at the bottom of its revised outlook


  • Nexsan offers SAS, SATA, spin-down in one box

    Nexsan Technologies Inc. is offering its first disk array with support for both SAS and


  • DDR SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM)

    DDR SDRAM (double data rate SDRAM) is synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM) that can theoretically improve memory clock speed to at least 200 MHz*. It activates output on both the rising and...

  • Disk and disk subsystems finalists

    Here are the 12 finalists in the disk and disk subsystems category for the 2008 Storage magazine and SearchStorage.com Products of the Year competition. They are listed alphabetically by vendor.


  • Seagate announces 2 TB enterprise disk drive

    Seagate Technology Inc. today launched the industry's first 2 TB enterprise-class disk drive as part of a new family of nearline SAS and SATA drives that includes built-in spin-down features for power


  • Best storage Products of the Year 2008

    Traditional and not-so-traditional products and services earned honors this year, addressing such issues as data deduplication,

  • Hospital finds Sepaton a scalability boost over Data Domain

    A group of hospitals and health clinics in Tacoma, Wash., chose Sepaton Inc.'s S2100-ES2 virtual tape library (VTL) to provide disk-based backups for Unix systems early last year, and then began using


  • Health firm picks Compellent SAN over HP, NetApp

    The chief information officer (CIO) of a nutritional health-supplement company tested Compellent Technologies Inc.'s Storage Center SAN against systems from Hewlett-Packard (HP) Co. and NetApp, and


  • Survey finds data centers understaffed

    This week's storage product news:

    Symantec Corp.'s State of the Data Center 2008 report paints a picture of understaffed data centers and underutilized storage systems.



  • Faster disk drive rebuilds: Hot Spots

    RAID might not be the best choice for high-capacity drives. It's time to rethink your rebuild strategies.

    There's a lot of talk about shortening


  • Storage Clips: Symantec in talks to acquire Veritas?

    Symantec rumored to be acquiring Veritas for $13 billion; KPN to sell EMC and Connected PC data protection services; Copan Systems to integrate VTL software into its Revolution 200T.

  • Storage outlook 2009: Seeking bigger, slower disk drives

    Reinoud Reynders is IT manager for the University Hospitals Leuven in Belgium. This year, he used NetApp products to design a new VMware storage infrastructure. For the near future, he's looking forward


  • Top storage acquisitions of 2008

    IBM Corp. and NetApp set the tone for a busy first half of 2008 for storage acquisitions when IBM acquired XIV and NetApp bought Onaro Inc. in the first three days of the year.

    By the end of


  • Quality Awards IV: HP and IBM unseat NetApp

    NetApp, winner of all three previous Quality Awards for midrange NAS and one for enterprise NAS products, gets nudged aside as Hewlett-Packard and IBM prevail in our latest survey.