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  • Storage Decisions Chicago 2008 Session Downloads

    Download all the sessions that were presented to storage professionals at the recent Storage Decisions 2008 conference in Chicago on topics including DR, SANs, backup, storage virtualization, storage management and green storage. 

  • Cisco buys Nuova, launches FCoE-compliant switch

    At SNW, the message is that Fibre Channel over Ethernet is the best way to take advantage of 10-Gig Ethernet, as Cisco shows its first FCoE switch and QLogic and Emulex launch FCoE-compliant network adapters. 

  • Compellent adds disk stroking and app tuning to SAN

    Compellent's StorageCenter SAN improves block-level storage automation to offer granular quality of service features within disk drives. 

  • VMware integrates virtual HBAs

    A partnership between VMware and startup XSigo gives VMware users a way to consolidate storage networks, as well as combine Fibre Channel and Ethernet while FCoE waits in the wings. 

  • EMC ships Hulk, says multiprotocol storage to dominate

    In an earnings call, EMC CEO Joe Tucci said the hardware component of its new Hulk clustered storage system is in beta, predicted that multiprotocol systems will dominate in 2008, and reiterated pledges that EMC will have data deduplication and spin-... 

  • Cisco starts to connect converged data center dots

    Cisco unveils the centerpiece of its unified fabric platform, but holds off on upgrades to its Fibre Channel storage switches. 

  • Financial firm moves SQL Server off DAS to Clariion

    StoreFinancial reports faster response for its SQL Server database and has set up a new tiered storage scheme using one of EMC's Clariion disk arrays; Purdue picks BlueArc. 

  • New iSCSI SAN/NAS box touts better performance

    Agami's new low-end iSCSI SAN/NAS box is pricier than other scaled-down offerings, but has a few more high-end features. 

  • Compellent takes a step closer to NAS

    Compellent has switched from a partnership with OnStor to its own branded NAS gateway for file access to its SAN, but some users are waiting on deeper integration. 

  • Florida city government consolidates NAS with Siafu's IP SAN

    Siafu Software's IP SAN was cheap, simple, and its NAS gateway allows end users at the City of Isles Beach better protection and access to files than traditional servers.