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Week in review podcast: New IBM Storwize array released; more headlines

In this roundup of headlines and happenings from TechTarget's Storage Media Group, learn about the new IBM Storwize v7000 unified storage array and IBM’s unveiling of a new cloud storage service for archived and infrequently accessed data. SearchStorage.com also covered news from Storage Networking World (SNW) Fall 2011, including startup Nevex Virtual Technologies' release of flash caching software that speeds up the performance of file storage.

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SearchCloudStorage.com features a case study with the systems architect at Southwestern Michigan College, who deployed a StorSimple Enterprise Cloud Storage Appliance to the college’s VMware environment.

For those interested in disaster recovery, SearchDisasterRecovery.com offers a case study about a law firm that improved its remote data protection and disaster recovery with iSCSI, solid-state drives (SSDs) and virtual desktop infrastructure.

SearchStorageChannel.com has news about EMC’s launch of Data Domain's DD160, a backup deduplication appliance. And on the Storage Channel Pipeline blog, expert Eric Slack analyzes four of his top 10 storage products and technologies.

Finally, SearchVirtualStorage.com posts a feature on Microsoft's Hyper-V hypervisor as an alternative to VMware.

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This was first published in October 2011

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