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  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Scality Inc. Ring 5.0

    Scality's Ring 5.0 software-defined storage shares the bronze award in the Products of the Year storage system software category with VMware's VSAN.

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Symantec Storage Foundation 6.1

    Storage Foundation added notable features in version 6.1 to give admins more flexibility with caching, DAS and disaster recovery.

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    HP OneView for VMware vCenter 7.4.2

    HP OneView for VMware vCenter management software provides a complete look into virtual environments, spanning both physical and virtual layers.

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    HDS acquires Pentaho, wants to store, analyze Internet of Things

    Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) acquired data analytics software vendor Pentaho this week, and it will share that technology across Hitachi as part of an initative that stretches beyond storage. Pentaho ...

  • February 11, 2015 11 Feb'15

    Best data storage products 2014: Products of the Year

    A panel of users, analysts, consultants and Storage magazine and SearchStorage editors voted these 19 products the best of 2014.

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  • February 09, 2015 09 Feb'15

    Veritas Rising

    Appropriately, Symantec will call its new information management spinout Veritas Technologies Corp. The company will consist of many products from the original Veritas, which Symantec acquired in ...

  • February 06, 2015 06 Feb'15

    Arcserve pushes out its first appliances

    Arcserve this week formally launched the integrated appliances the vendor first disclosed last November. The Arcserve UDP 7000 Appliance runs Arcserve UDP data protection software for physical and ...

  • February 06, 2015 06 Feb'15

    Veritas product revenue grows while Symantec shrinks

    Symantec is on track to make Veritas an operational company by October, a few months ahead of the original plan to split by the December. Symantec CEO Michael Brown added details about the spinoff ...

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    Veeam revenues still on a roll

    Virtualization data protection specialist Veeam Software said its 2014 bookings revenue hit $389 million, up 40 percent over the previous year. Veaam’s growth far outpaces the rest of the data ...

  • February 04, 2015 04 Feb'15

    Scale-out startup Qumulo gets $40M, prepares to launch

    Qumulo, the file storage startup founded by engineers who designed Isilon's clustered NAS, closed a $40 million B funding round today and plans its initial product launch “really soon.” The ...

  • February 03, 2015 03 Feb'15

    OpenStack Manila file-share service ready to leave the incubator

    Momentum builds for OpenStack Manila file-share service for the cloud as work continues to move project from incubation to core status.

  • February 02, 2015 02 Feb'15

    Quantum hopes StorNext gains can outscale tape woes

    Quantum had a rough quarter revenue-wise to end 2014 because of poor tape sales, but its prospects are looking up in other areas. StorNext scale-out file system sales increased 77 percent ...

  • February 02, 2015 02 Feb'15

    Re-evaluate network with move to enterprise flash storage

    A move to enterprise flash storage is a good time to review the networking decisions made years ago with slower disk systems in mind.

  • January 30, 2015 30 Jan'15

    CommVault now sees a point in smaller bundles

    For years, CommVault boasted about how it sold one application that handled all data protection and management needs. That is changing, as its tries to perk up tepid financial growth in a more ...

  • January 30, 2015 30 Jan'15

    CloudBerry Box targets SMBs to sync and share mobile devices

    Cloudberry Lab is one of the latest to jump into the crowded file sync-and-share market. The cloud backup provider recently announced its CloudBerry Box, a private and public cloud product that ...

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