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  • Reporter's Notebook: Configuring an EMC AX100

    If an intern can do it, so can I. Right? I got my chance, plus a lot more, during a recent trip to EMC's campus in Hopkinton, Mass. 

  • Users ditch optical for faster disk

    Slow performance has reminded users that optical disk is not designed for quick file access and is better left for archiving. 

  • Storage Clips: StorageTek certifies BlueArc, ONStor

    BlueArc, ONStor products join StorageTek partner program; Amerivault adds replication service; Avamar partners with Plasmon. 

  • IDC results reflect trend for low-cost storage

    EMC and HP duke it out for the No. 1 spot, while storage users buy more low-cost gear, dropping the overall revenue growth of the sector. 

  • Do-it-yourself storage not for wimps

    Editor's note: Welcome to the first of our weekly columns penned by storage community thought leaders. The opinions expressed here are not necessarily those of SearchStorage.com.


  • SNW '04: SAN-in-a-box for under $10K

    HP, Microsoft and QLogic package an entry-level SAN that they claim can be installed in about 24 clicks. 

  • Hidden costs may lurk in midrange gear

    Midrange products are flying out the door, but analysts advise users to watch out for higher operational costs. 

  • IBM debuts DS6000 and DS8000

    Big Blue takes the wraps off its new high-end storage arrays in New York City but is evasive on price/performance benchmark details. 

  • Storage Clips: StorageTek to unveil disk arrays

    StorageTek to roll out products at user conference; Princeton Softech enhances archiving; Adaptec claims data movement's a Snap. 

  • IBM mid-tier roadmap unclear

    IBM will unveil new products at the high-end of the market next week, which will have implications for its midrange FAStT system, raising questions over its OEM relationship with Engenio and the future of this product line.