Intransa announced that its net revenues grew 100% year over year from 2004, with more than 1.2 petabytes shipped to customers worldwide. According to recent analyst reports, the iSCSI market hit $80 million in 2005 and is expected to triple in 2006 with more than 42% of small and midsized customers anticipated to implement an iSCSI SAN by mid-2006.
Sanz expands sales operation in D.C.
Sanz Inc., announced that Dave Scoppa has accepted the position of vice president and general manager; Bill Hartman, the position of vice president of technology and architecture; and Russel Hagood, the position of director of engineering in its federal division based in Washington, DC. Sanz CEO John Jenkins said the company will be pushing for continued growth in the government market.
Anthology Solutions, Inc., maker of the Yellow Machine Terabyte storage appliance, announced v3.0 of its Failsafe software. The addition of VPN-based remote access features in the software means the Yellow Machine can be deployed as an all-in-one VPN router, firewall, switch and storage appliance. V3.0 also adds new compatibility with Microsoft Active Directory environments. The v3.0 software will release in February 2006 with free upgrades to all Yellow Machine customers.
Solera enhances network caching
Solera Networks announced today that its Solera DS series of Linux 2.6-based network packet capture appliances will now support up to 128 terabytes (TB) of network forensics stream-to-disk storage. The appliances cache captured network traffic.
LaCie releases powerful portable disk
LaCie kicked off the new year with several new portable hard drives. The new products include the Two Big hard drive, a SATA II RAID product with two hot-swappable drives in capacities of 500 GB for $469 or 1 TB for $949. It delivers maximum speed of up to 115 MBps in RAID-0, and is bundled with the LaCie SATA II 3 Gbps PCI-X Card 4E that has four ports for adding multiple RAID. The drives work with PC and Mac.