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  • Centera name game

    EMC quietly announced the rebranding of its Centera Compliance Edition to Centera Governance Edition, to more accurately reflect trends in the market, it claims. 

  • NetApp: 'We're not interested in going EMC's route'

    Dave Hitz, founder of NetApp, talks about the migration to SpinOS, Centera vs. SnapLock and why it has no plans to start acquiring nonstorage companies. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM steps up compliance push

    IBM helps partners build compliance practices; Engenio signs OEM deal with Huawei in China; FilesX offers tapeless backup. 

  • HP kills OpenView SAN manager, OEMs AppIQ

    HP is scrapping its internally developed storage resource management software and instead will license a standards-based product from AppIQ. 

  • Users welcome HP shakeup

    Customers and analysts say Carly Fiorina's departure from HP provides a welcome opportunity to shake up the company's storage business. 

  • Consolidate painlessly and save money

    There are three new technologies that can reduce TCO if you are undertaking a consolidation project: blade computing, storage aggregation and iSCSI. Here are some hints on how to get it right. 

  • Over-provisioning a thing of the past

    Vendors see thin provisioning catching on as a way to allocate physical capacity on an as-needed basis. 

  • Storage Clips: VoIP service provider picks 3Par

    Internet provider taps 3Par for thin provisioning; WAFS provider Signiant doubles revenue; QLogic profit, revenue up in Q3. 

  • Sun develops Centera competitor

    It's late to the party, but Sun is hoping its next-generation archiving system, code-named Honeycomb, will help it claw back market share. 

  • Thin provisioning slims storage volumes

    Manual provisioning of storage is a source of tension between storage and application folks, and contributes to the poor capacity utilization that persists in many SANs.