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  • New Serial ATA systems slide into secondary storage role

    Serial ATA technology is all the rage at the SNW conference this week, but while it's being featured in enterprise storage systems, its role will be as a secondary storage option. 

  • IBM flexes mainframe storage muscles

    IBM has fine tuned and bolstered connectivity options for its Shark storage system in an effort to tame the costs associated with mainframe storage. 

  • EMC enters the capacity-on-demand fray

    EMC has taken a new tack toward on-demand storage. The company is offering an automated billing system that tracks storage usage of every component in a customer's SAN and allows new components to be activated and billed for instantaneously. 

  • EMC holds shipment of 15K drives with CX600

    A quality issue has arisen within EMC that is keeping its Clariion CX600 customers from buying the latest 15,000 RPM 36 GB hard drives from Seagate. EMC offered little detail, but admitted a few customer orders were taken before the drives passed qua... 

  • Intel pens deal with Emulex to develop storage processors

    Intel and Emulex announced a deal to develop storage processors that integrate the Serial ATA, Serial-attached SCSI and Fibre Channel interfaces. 

  • Quick Takes: LSI and Hitachi to co-develop SAS technology

    LSI and Hitachi team for Serial-Attached SCSI development; InfiniCon lands server deal; and FIA pops out new NAS family. 

  • EMC buoys mainframe Symmetrix offering

    Mainframe users have some new storage options from EMC. The company made some upgrades to its Symmetrix 8000 storage systems on Friday. EMC is also offering a pair of new Symmetrix models designed for mainframe environments. 

  • Quick Takes: Auspex controller handles StorageTek disks

    Auspex Systems announced a reseller agreement authorizing StorageTek Canada to market the Auspex NSc3000 Network Storage Controller in conjunction with StorageTek disk products. 

  • Shark doubles capacity, gets self-healing technology

    IBM will overhaul its Enterprise Storage Server this week. "Shark" will double in capacity and throughput. The high-end storage server has also been upgraded to include new self-healing technology. 

  • IBM to add self-healing technology to storage server

    IBM has expanded its autonomic computing initiative to include its storage products, which IBM claims will now have self-managing and self-healing capabilities. Still, one analyst says software can't cure everything.