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  • NAS boom spells trouble for users

    The NAS market is thriving, which is great news for vendors, but for users dealing with the manageability of these systems, it gets complicated. 

  • IBM and NetApp battle EMC

    IBM and Network Appliance have announced a global OEM deal to take on EMC. 

  • Storage Clips: NetApp unveils virtualization appliance

    NetApp ups virtualization ante; Mainframe users get open systems storage; SBE acquires iSCSI software company, PyX. 

  • Storage Clips: EMC to resell Rainfinity

    EMC to add file virtualization software to Celerra; Quantum enhances virtual tape with compression; Yosemite unveils backup for the enterprise. 

  • NFS v4 boosts security, WAN performance

    NAS protocol NFS v4 is being added to Solaris and Linux environments, offering the promise of stronger security and better file sharing over the Internet. 

  • Cisco to resell EMC Celerra NAS

    Cisco will resell EMC's Celerra NAS boxes with its File Engine wide area file services technology for data consolidation. 

  • Cisco introduces File Engine appliance

    Companies looking to consolidate their storage at a central data center can now purchase WAFS technology from Cisco for network-based file sharing. 

  • Hot technologies to keep your eye on

    Recently, the editors of Storage magazine went searching for the most cutting-edge storage technologies. Here's what they found. 

  • Users crack NAS scalability problems

    Warner Music Group, Anadarko Petroleum and Ascent Media have implemented different virtualization approaches to solve NAS scalability issues. 

  • EMC opens doors wide for Centera

    EMC has added standards-based NFS and CIFS support to Centera, making it an easier platform to write to for third-party software developers.