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  • Rorke launches post-production SAN

    Rorke launches new RAID system, Gear6 rolls out Web Cache for memcached servers, Thales adds key management appliance. 

  • New Symantec CEO stresses product integration

    Three days after officially taking over as CEO, Symantec's Enrique Salem said the company will work to further integrate NetBackup with Enterprise Vault archiving and roll out more SaaS. 

  • Primary storage data reduction takes center stage at SNW

    At Storage Networking World this week, several vendors are releasing new features and products that can save space on primary or nearline storage. 

  • Double-Take tackles Hyper-V disaster recovery

    Doube-Take adds failover and high-availability support for Microsoft Hyper-V; Idealstor adds 2 TB removable drives to backup box; Pivot3 protects its servers from data loss. 

  • Hitachi delivers 6 gig SAS enterprise drive

    Hitachi GST launches small form factor SAS drive; Xyratex reports rocky financial results; Atto brings out 6 gig SAS host adapters. 

  • Web-based ticket site picks 3PAR installed 3PAR storage when implementing a new web-based ticket system, claiming it cost less and was easier to manage than competitors. 

  • EMC beefs up Symmetrix Flash drives

    EMC adds 200 GB and 400 GB solid-state drives to its Symmetrix enterprise systems; Double-Take adds Windows 2008 support; Carbonite launches online backup for Macs. 

  • IBM reportedly wants Sun for $6.5B

    If the deal happens, IBM would become the dominant enterprise tape vendor and have a chance to extend Sun's fledgling open-storage plans. 

  • Online publisher picks Pillar to scale its site

    Requiring a simple, robust and scalable storage system, online publisher Blurb uses Pillar Data's Axiom 500 to handle up to 250 GB of new data each day. 

  • Seagate and AMD show off 6-gig SATA drives

    Seagate and AMD demonstrate 6-gig SATA, which could make it into storage arrays in late 2009; Spectra Logic unveils 1.5 PB tape library; Winchester ships rugged storage enclosure.