Storage management software vendor CreekPath Systems Inc. has closed its third round financing with investments of $22 million, bringing its total funds raised to date to $54 million. Longmont, Colo.-based CreekPath's third round of financing was provided by new investor Lehman Brothers Venture Partners as well as existing investors New Enterprise Associates (NEA), A.G. Edwards Capital, TeleSoft Partners and Sequel Partners.
MiraLink discounts remote mirroring service Portland, Ore.-based MiraLink Corp., which offers remote disk mirroring...
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over IP networks, is offering product discounts of 10-25% to businesses directly affected by this year's hurricane season. In addition, MiraLink will donate $100 from each unit sold through the end of the year to the American Red Cross to support hurricane relief efforts. MiraLink is compatible with AS/400, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT, Windows 98, Netware, Solaris, AIX, Mac OS, Linux, FreeBSD and Encore.
Topio launches DPS 2.0
Topio Inc. has launched the next version of its Data Protection Suite (TDPS), TDPS 2.0. The Santa Clara, Calif.-based company said it offers enterprise users improved off-host processing and backup support, advanced restore capabilities, modular role-based security and adaptive data reduction. Users are able to define and implement disaster recovery and data protection strategies, while maintaining a low total cost of ownership, the company said.
Dynamic Network Factory offers high capacity NAS
Dynamic Network Factory Inc. this week introduced the FlexStor-NAS 4200 and StorBank 4200 in 16,800 GB configurations, with expansion units that scale above 50 TB, the Hayward, Calif.-based vendor said. The 4200 series NAS appliances are protected by quad-active controllers in RAID 0, 1, 5, 10, or JBOD configurations for flexibility and redundancy. Multi-site implementations can use optional block-level storage replication and failback. The 4200 series also offers snapshot technology to shorten backup windows by creating images of data changes over a specified interval. This offers space savings over traditional backup offerings that duplicate all of a drive's data just to capture incremental changes.