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  • Storage Clips: Brocade ships 10,000th director

    Brocade said it expects the 4 Gbps FC market to grow more than $1B in 2006; Bocada claims 200 new accounts in 2005.

  • 3PAR adds midrange array for secondary sites

    3PARdata Inc.(3PAR) has added a midrange version of its InServ storage array to its lineup, serving its existing customer base with secondary storage for remote sites and, potentially, smaller companies


  • Storage Clips: BlueArc raises another $29M in funding

    NAS vendor BlueArc has raised $29M in funding, bringing the total to well over $200M to date; SunGard packages DR services for SMBs.

  • Data Domain DD460

    Data Domain Inc.'s DD460 is the first major upgrade of a previous winner, the Data Domain DD200 Recovery Appliance, which won gold in this category for the 2003 Products of the Year awards...

  • EMC backs off Windows NAS

    EMC will stop selling its NetWin 110 and 200 Windows NAS boxes, switching instead to reselling third-party products through its Select Program.

  • SAN supports fast-growth

    LiveOffice finds a highly available, scalable, low-maintenance storage architecture supporting 200% annual growth.

  • 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.

  • Quick Takes: Capacity boost

    Dot Hill ships 180G Byte drives for SANnet 7000; CNT sells Propelis Software; and EMC extends the reach of SRDF to 200 kilometers.

  • 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...

  • San pioneer: start small, but smart

    Building a SAN? Avoid hidden costs, unforeseen problems and unmanageable expansion by starting with a solid plan. That's one of the key lessons Intuit learned on its way to 200TB.

  • At 400 GB, Hitachi DeskStar is new heavyweight champ

    For the second time in less than a month, Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has broken the capacity record with one of its disk drives. Today, it announced an ATA and serial ATA disk drive, the 7,200...

  • StorageTek offers tape drive with FC capability

    StorageTek has its sights set on SAN backup. Its new T9940B tape drive is slated to hit the market with a 200G byte cartridge capacity and 30M bit/sec throughput.

  • Executive vision: Storage is a quiet revolution

    In the latest installment of a series of interviews with the chief executive officers of major storage companies attending the Merrill Lynch Storage Technology Conference in Santa Barbara this week, searchStorage...

  • Qumulo Core File Fabric knits cloud bursting, replication

    Qumulo has stitched an integrated storage fabric to its Core scale-out NAS software, giving customers the option to replicate data between its arrays and the Amazon Web Services public cloud.



  • RDRAM (Rambus DRAM)

    RDRAM (Rambus DRAM) is a type of computer device active memory developed and licensed by Rambus Inc. RDRAM competed with synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM


  • Seagate ClusterStor HPC includes CS300N for Lustre, GPFS file storage

    Seagate Technology LLC expanded its line of scale-out storage for high-performance computing with the ClusterStor 300N system, a hybrid design with models for Lustre and IBM Spectrum Scale file systems.


  • Data Dynamics StorageX 8.0 adds analysis, S3 support

    The latest version of Data Dynamics' StorageX file management software adds a single-view analysis portal, support for Amazon S3 API-compliant object storage and expanded application programming interfaces


  • Secure Digital card (SD card)

    A Secure Digital (SD) card is a tiny flash memory card designed for high-capacity memory and various portable devices, such as


  • Seagate storage adds Lustre, GPFS ClusterStor systems

    Seagate Technology LLC Tuesday expanded its high-performance computing (HPC) portfolio with the introduction of a higher performing Lustre-based


  • Purchase of NAS arrays driven by need for capacity, desire to expand

    Cloud storage may be hot, but good old NAS arrays -- stand-alone and hybrid deployments -- are more than holding their own in today's data center. Beige Market Intelligence forecast, for example, that