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  • Double-Take acquires emBoot for $9.6M

    Boot-from-SAN and iSCSI target software from emBoot will push Double-Take into new markets and fill in gaps in its disaster recovery products. 

  • SteelEye first to ship disaster recovery features for XenServer

    SteelEye's Linux host-based replication scoots past Symantec as the first to integrate disaster recovery and high availability with Citrix's virtual server software.server software. 

  • User picks Silver Peak for WAN optimization

    Yellowbook adds Silver Peak's WAN optimization boxes to run EMC's SRDF replication software and ponders optimization of VoIP and video on demand. 

  • 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. 

  • Storage Decisions: How to set up a data protection SLA

    Setting up a data protection service-level agreement is a two-step process. First data protection is aligned with the business, then the data protection methods are chosen. 

  • Riverbed says testing validates its AutoCAD stance

    Riverbed claims that analyst-validated testing indicates its WAN optimization competitors have the same problem deduping AutoCAD 2007 drawing files. 

  • Brocade waves goodbye to WAFS

    In the wake of Blue Coat's acquisition of Packeteer this week, Brocade reveals that last fall it quietly discontinued two products based on Packeteer technology -- WAFS and Branch File Manager. 

  • Cisco WAAS customer uncovers AutoCAD file save issue

    While testing the latest AutoCAD drawing files, one Cisco WAAS customer experiences the same negative performance issues as Riverbed Steelhead customers do using AutoCAD. 

  • Blue Coat swoops in to acquire Packeteer for $268M

    Blue Coat emerges as Packeteer's "white knight" and looks to gain share in WAN optimization by integrating Packeteer's QoS into its ProxySG product. 

  • Silver Peak claims AutoCAD advantage over Riverbed

    Silver Peak says its WAN optimization product has fewer problems deduplicating AutoCAD 2007 files than Riverbed's, but more testing will be needed to validate the comparison.