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  • Ellison startup taunts EMC, NetApp

    Pillar is already replacing EMC and NetApp at user sites on price/performance -- despite missing some important features. 

  • IBM, HDS renew vows

    IBM and HDS extend their technology licensing agreement to one another's mainframe systems, storage and software, bringing new levels of interoperability to users. 

  • EMC users make Symm 7 wish list

    Bigger disks, more ports, cross-platform replication, and more flexibility and reliability in the Enginuity OS are just some of the things EMC users would like in Symm 7. 

  • HP deflects criticism of OEM strategy

    HP used its annual StorageWorks conference to roll out major additions to its product line, including several new OEM products. 

  • Storage Clips: 3PAR intros dynamic quality of service

    3PAR announces a feature that allows users to convert a data volume from one service to another without disruption; Njini preps data classification suite. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM touts midrange record

    IBM claims its DS4800 midrange array offers twice the performance of competing products from EMC and HP, according to benchmarks. 

  • HP breathes life into storage line

    HP will announce a long list of new products at its user show next week, including three EVA models, grid-based NAS, a VTL, a real tape library and a WAFS product. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM introduces 4 Gbps array

    IBM extended its midrange line adding the DS4800, a rebranding of Engenio's 6998, 4 Gbps array and has reduced the pricing of this family. 

  • Storage Clips: IBM makes deeper push into iSCSI

    IBM has certified Intransa's iSCSI storage management software with its DS300 storage subsystem, adding a clustering capability to the product. 

  • Consolidation project saves county $3M

    Pierce County, Wash. moved its geographic information system data off EMC, Sun and HP products to consolidate on a single vendor.