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  • Verari rolls out high-density networked storage blade

    Verari's new storage blades hold up to 12 TB per 1U vertical enclosure, connect via iSCSI, NFS or CIFS, and allow VMotion for blade servers in high-capacity environments. 

  • BlueArc sticks to its guns in data center storage

    BlueArc's CEO talks about a long IPO process, and why you don't need a grid or cluster to manage Web 2.0 storage. 

  • Turner Broadcasting turns to newcomer Omneon for grid storage

    When IBM, EMC and HP deliver clustered storage systems due out later this year, they'll find that many multimedia companies have already deployed a grid storage system from newcomer Omneon. 

  • Is storage top energy hog in data centers?

    In 2008, storage will probably become the biggest energy hog in the data center, beating out application servers. 

  • HP moves to automate storage management

    HP's Automated Operations 1.0 suite takes the first step in combining storage resources acquired from AppIQ and Opsware, while integrating storage with other IT management services. 

  • VMware's storage strategy: Simplify management

    VMware executive Jon Bock discusses VMware's plans for better integrating its server virtualization software with enterprise storage. 

  • EMC acquires ITIL startup Voyence

    EMC will integrate Voyence's network configuration and change management software with ECC and Smarts to create al data center management framework. 

  • VMware takes on data migration

    VMware supports migrating data between disk arrays with Storage VMotion, changing the equation between server and storage virtualization devices. 

  • VMware storage headaches continue to plague users

    Widespread VMware deployments are causing storage professionals problems, ranging from grappling with new storage virtualization schemes to wrestling with backups. 

  • HP sorts out blade storage strategy

    HP scraps plans for a backup blade based on software from FilesX but rolls out a blade version of its AiO storage box. It plans another blade next year based on its low-end VTL.