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  • Cisco steps up channel efforts

    Cisco has unveiled a channel partner training program that it said will take VARs to a new level of expertise. 

  • EMC overhauls ControlCenter software

    EMC has added support for all the major enterprise management platforms and is pitching ControlCenter as the product for managing storage from different vendors. 

  • Best Buy uses Brocade router to isolate SAN

    Best Buy, an early adopter of Brocade's new multi-protocol router, is using the product to isolate an area of its SAN for development. Updated 4PM EST 

  • Startup steals a win with thin provisioning

    The Allant Group chose 3Pardata for its thin provisioning software, while dirty sales tactics kept EMC out of the deal. 

  • 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. 

  • School patches SAN failures with FalconStor mirroring

    When its SAN failed three times, a California college turned to mirroring to keep student data online. 

  • Users have mixed reactions to SNIA storage credentials

    On the whole, users think the Storage Networking Industry Association's new set of storage certifications are must-have credentials, but some are soured on the certification process. 

  • IBM ups interoperability of SAN File System

    IBM said the latest version of its TotalStorage SAN File System can virtualize and manage files on any vendors' array, as long as it supports the SCSI interface standard. 

  • User endures integration bump with Brocade blade switch

    Brocade has embedded a Fibre Channel switch into IBM's BladeCenter, but watch out for interoperability issues. An early user of the product had trouble connecting to switches from other vendors. 

  • User dumps Fibre Channel for ATA

    Expedient swaps out an EMC Symmetrix for a Nexsan ATA array and claims it has seen no performance degradation. It has seen a massive drop in its cost.