Storage Clips: EMC's VMware launches 5.5

The virtualization subsidiary of EMC announced enhancements to its virtualization software.

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VMware launches 5.5 VMware announced the general availability of its desktop virtualization software. VMware Workstation 5.5 includes support for 64-bit guest operating systems and multi-CPU virtual machines.

Verio partners with Arsenal Managed hosting service provider Verio, a subsidiary of NTT Communications, announced it has expanded its data protection and managed storage service offerings through a partnership with Arsenal Digital Solutions. Verio's managed storage and data protection services include onsite and remote data backup and restores, managed SANs and database backup.

Revivio user to present at Gartner conference Revivio announced that its customer Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. will present a case study on continuous data protection (CDP) at the Gartner 24th Annual Data Center Conference being held at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, December 5-8, 2005. Hal Weiss, systems engineer for Baptist, present the CDP case study and participate in a panel discussion.

TimeSpring supports SQL 2005 TimeSpring Software Corp. announced the delivery of TimeData for Microsoft SQL Server 2005. TimeData backs up data from SQL Server 2005, and also migrates data from SQL Server 2000 to SQL Server 2005 without shutting down or exporting data.

GuardianEdge announces increased demand GuardianEdge Technologies Inc. (formerly PC Guardian Technologies) announced that enterprise purchases of its Windows hard disk encryption product have doubled, and now nearly 600,000 enterprise laptop and desktop computers use the program.

FalconStor announces overseas customer FalconStor announced that Slovenian financial institution Raiffeisen Krekova Banka has installed its IPStor for business continuity and disaster recovery on its Fibre Channel SAN. The sale was made by channel partner Evertec Technology.

Addonics pushes port multiplier Addonics Technologies announced its 5x1 eSATA Port Multiplier, which allows multiple drives to be connected to a SATA controller via one eSATA port for expanded storage and 3GBps. throughput.

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