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Symantec Corp. has combined products with Veritas Software Corp. to target the low end of the enterprise market. Symantec's AntiVirus or Client Security can now be paired with Veritas Backup Exec for Windows or Veritas Backup Exec for Windows Small Business Server. The new combos are the first bundled security/backup product release by the two companies since their merger earlier this year.
Asigra supports VMware
Asigra Inc. announced that its Televaulting software now supports remote backup for VMware Inc. environments. Asigra will support backup of live virtual machines, consolidation of multiple hardware servers onto a single sever with multiple VMware virtual machines, or adding new server or storage hardware to scale performance and/or capacity.
NorthSeas launches new e-mail archiving appliance
NorthSeas AMT introduced the newest product in its line of e-mail archiving appliances. The NorthSeas Gal E/N is meant to be the "big brother" to the NorthSeas Guard E/N. The NorthSeas Gal E/N runs the same NorthSeas Archiving application as the Guard E/N, but archives up to five times faster and has increased the size of the onboard message index to over 500 million messages, as well as 1 GB of system memory. The new box is being launched first in the U.K. and Holland.
Jackson National uses OpenPages SOX Express
Jackson National Life Insurance Co. has selected OpenPages Inc.'s Sarbanes-Oxley Express (SOX Express) software for Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) compliance. Jackson National will deploy SOX Express to automate the company's ongoing test and review of its internal controls documentation.
Sanrad V-Switch chosen by HR firm
Amstaff Human Resource Companies, Inc., a member of Landrum Human Resource Companies Inc., has deployed a pair of clustered Sanrad V-Switches as part of a new IP SAN system, Sanrad announced.
ATTO upgrades SATA
ATTO Technology Inc. announced it has begun shipping its SATA Diamond Array with a new upgraded capacity of 12 terabytes (TB). Based on the newest array, ATTO said it can provide up to 168 TB of storage in a standard 44U rack.
Chelsio releases new target stack
Chelsio Communications Inc. announced a new iSCSI target stack capable of 400,000 I/O operations per second. The newly released stack is available as a free upgrade to all existing and future Chelsio products. In addition, Chelsio is making its Terminator ASIC chips available for OEM design-ins.