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  • 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. 

  • EMC adds file-level single instancing, Flash to Celerra

    New EMC Celerra NAS series integrates replication with a new failback feature for VMware's Site Recovery Manager, handles file level dedupe and supports Flash solid state. 

  • Nexsan offers SAS, SATA, spin-down in one box

    The new SASBeast disk array from Nexsan combines multiple tiers of storage with drive spin-down; analysts say we'll see more efficiency-focused products like it this year. 

  • Dot Hill rolls out 2.5-inch SAS, SSD systems

    Dot Hill pushes out 2.5-inch SAS systems with the expectation that the small form factor drives will overtake 3.5-inch drives in the near future. 

  • SaaS provider deploys 3PAR to cope with data growth

    Supply-chain service provider uses system with thin provisioning and virtual snapshots to quickly grow from gigabytes to terabytes without requiring large up-front purchases.