Inrange teams with IBM for Linux storage
Inrange Technologies Corp., Lumberton, N.J., announced that it has been working with IBM and others to move into the emerging Linux market. Inrange said customers looking to improve application performance through server and storage consolidation could implement the complete family of Inrange's IN-VSN FC/9000 Fibre Channel Directors in conjunction with IBM Linux offerings for xSeries and zSeries servers. The IN-VSN FC/9000 family features 24 to 256-ports, mutli-protocol support and the ability to intermix 1 Gbps and 2 Gbps performance.Inrange Technologies Corp.
NetApp gets a new BakBone
BakBone Software Inc., San Diego, Calif., announced a co-development and marketing agreement with Network Appliance Inc., Sunnyvale, Calif. The companies said BakBone will integrate its NetVault data recovery software with Network Appliance's SnapVault software. According to BakBone, the collaboration offers a standards-based, disk solution for heterogeneous storage and computer environments. SnapVault is capable of managing the disk-to-disk-to-tape backup and restore process.BakBone Software Inc.
IBM gets to the DataCore
Software maker DataCore Software Inc., Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., announced that its SANsymphony software has been qualified under IBM's ServerProven Program. IBM ServerProven qualification for SANsymphony follows on the IBM TotalStorage Proven certification received by DataCore in July 2002. DataCore's SANsymphony is now compatible with IBM servers and storage.IBM Corp. DataCore Software Inc.
Emulex HBAs get along with LSI
Emulex Corp., Costa Mesa, Calif., a supplier of host bus adapters (HBAs), announced that its LightPulse 2Gb/s LP9002L HBA has completed testing in the LSI Logic Storage Systems Certified Compatible Program and supports Windows NT and Windows 2000 across all LSI Logic Storage Systems' storage devices. This means LSI Logic's storage systems and the Emulex LP9002L host bus adapter are interoperable.Emulex Corp. LSI Logic Storage Systems Inc.
Data protection duo makes a splash
Marlborough, Mass.-based LiveVault Corp., a provider of online backup and recovery services, announced that the company's strategic partnership with Iron Mountain Inc., to deliver Server Electronic Vaulting services has grown by more than 1000% in 2002. The Server Electronic Vaulting service, which combines Iron Mountain's data protection services with LiveVault's recovery technology protects server data by continuously backing it up to an off-site Iron Mountain vault. In 2002, Iron Mountain saw significant customer adoption for its Server Electronic Vaulting service including the United States Small Business Administration, Four Corners Capital Management and Annaly Mortgage Management.Iron Mountain Inc. LiveVault Corp.
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