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  • 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. 

  • Data storage products take center stage at VMworld

    A roundup of product announcements at VMware's annual VMworld conference from data storage vendors looking to take advantage of the server virtualization craze. 

  • User performs data storage U-turn

    U-Store-It, a national self-storage company, decentralized its data centers, migrated data from SAN to DAS and de-clustered Exchange to simplify storage management. 

  • Researchers wrangle petabytes of data storage with NAS, tape

    Scientists at Cern's LHC say dozens of petabytes require custom-built NAS systems and data migration software, but commercial tape drives are mostly up to snuff. 

  • HP, Quantum bundle SAN file system for multimedia

    HP and Quantum package up HP's EVA array and Quantum's StorNext SAN file system and are referencing big multimedia customers, including Warner Bros. 

  • Green storage gains ground

    HP is the latest vendor to throw its hat into the green storage ring following Pillar Data, HDS and EqualLogic. 

  • Storage industry ponders power efficiency redesign

    Server makers are working to reduce power conversions in data centers, but the tug of war between reliability and efficiency makes it unclear whether storage will follow. 

  • IBM chief engineer talks green storage

    IBM engineer Clod Barrera discusses the growing energy crisis in storage, the need for better power efficiency metrics and the future for "green" products. 

  • Oxford University rethinks data center storage

    A midrange storage array may seem an odd choice for a new supercomputing center, but the university's IT manager says that storage needs are changing with new research. 

  • SNW: Users thrash out green storage

    Power and cooling concerns, once the province of server administrators, are on the rise among storage users.