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  • HP drops midrange prices

    In an effort to win back market share among enterprise users, HP has introduced a SAN starter kit for the Enterprise Virtual Array. 

  • HP storage sales tank

    HP blamed channel and pricing problems for its miserable storage earnings this week; analysts said its biggest problem is execution. 

  • Switched disks perform more tricks

    A wave of new storage arrays with fabric as opposed to loop-based switches inside should improve performance. 

  • Apple's SAN file system turns heads

    Apple has announced the pricing of its upcoming SAN file system, and it's alarmingly low. 

  • Analysts speak up on IBM

    Industry gurus Randy Kerns and Peter Gerr shed light on IBM's strengths and weaknesses 

  • ISCSI arrays: Where are they?

    If you're tired of waiting for hardware vendors to come out with iSCSI arrays, you can always build your own. 

  • Industry debates the role of SATA drives

    Users are clamoring for lower cost storage, but they and vendors aren't quite ready to put cheaper, less reliable SATA technology in enterprise arrays. 

  • EMC Storage Router: Is it a bird, is it a plane?

    Does anyone know? Does EMC know? One thing is clear: It doesn't ship until 2005, which means it could be a cat-shaped jelly mold by the time it actually comes to market 

  • Sun recharges its storage line

    Among Sun's swath of server and software news, there's a smattering of storage updates –- notably the 6920 Pirus box. 

  • EMC offers Windows-based NAS, for how much?

    EMC has made its NetWin Windows-based network-attached storage gateway smaller and cheaper, but with a Clariion on the back end is it a cost-effective approach to NAS?