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  • Storage Performance Council offers SPC-1C/Energy (SPC-1C/E) benchmark

    Storage Performance Council's SPC-1C/E provides a framework for measuring the performance and energy consumption of storage components, with benchmarks for larger systems and more workload types to follow. 

  • Storage Decisions Chicago 2009 Session Downloads

    Download all the sessions that were presented to storage professionals at the recent Storage Decisions 2009 conference in Chicago on topics including backup, SANs, storage virtualization, storage management and disaster recovery. 

  • IBM writes software to improve data placement on solid-state drives

    IBM adds solid-state drive support to Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS); will add SSD-specific data placement and monitoring capabilities to software. 

  • EMC World 2009: Customers look for more information on Symmetrix V-Max

    Storage admins will explore EMC's Symmetrix V-Max, and watch for updates on Clariion and solid-state drives at EMC World 2009 this week, although the economy could hurt attendance. 

  • ONStor embraces ZFS, goes multiprotocol

    By adding open-source Zettabyte File System (ZFS), ONStor provides iSCSI capabilities to its traditional NAS offerings. 

  • EMC clusters Symmetrix high-end disk arrays

    EMC's new V-Max Symmetrix system adds the ability to pool multiple modular systems under one management framework, with automated storage tiering to come. 

  • Atrato adds solid state, smarter software

    A year after developing no-maintenance storage arrays, startup Atrato is adding management capabilities and supporting solid-state drives (SSDs). 

  • Storage industry makes SSD wish list

    The week has been filled with solid-state drive announcements, but industry experts and storage administrators say vendors could do more to drive adoption of the technology. 

  • HP puts solid state in EVA storage arrays

    Hewlett-Packard's new EVA6400 and EVA8400 midrange storage systems offer customers the option of a solid-state drive (SSD) tier zero, but the price is probably still too hefty for widespread adoption. 

  • Pillar adds solid-state disks to Axiom arrays

    Pillar is making a new solid-state drive storage enclosure available for its Axiom disk arrays, while industry analysts wonder if customers are willing to pay a premium for SSDs in the current economy.