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  • FalconStor CEO: Recovering data is problem No. 1

    FalconStor has high-availability products for Microsoft hosts and virtual appliances planned; claims VTL and dedupe businesses strong despite IBM and EMC deals with other vendors. 

  • Storage Decisions Session Downloads: Executive/Management Track (New York 2008)

    Sometimes technology alone won't solve storage-related issues. You also need to be adept about the business of acquiring storage systems. As a storage manager, you will be called on to develop storage solutions to satisfy evolving business needs -... 

  • Storage Decisions New York 2008 Session Downloads

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

  • Hewlett-Packard drops $360M on iSCSI SAN player LeftHand Networks

    HP follows rival Dell into the iSCSI market with a $360 million acquisition of LeftHand Networks, paying one-quarter of what Dell dropped on EqualLogic earlier this year. 

  • NetApp guarantees storage capacity savings for VMware users

    NetApp guarantees its arrays will require 50% less storage to host ESX servers than competing arrays. But you'll need to read lots of fine print to know your environment qualifies. 

  • OnStor and Nexsan team up on low-end NAS

    The latest partnership from OnStor and Nexsan produces a low-end NAS bundle. While the 4U NAS system was anticipated by loyal Nexsan channel partners, it may take some time before they warm up to this partnership with OnStor. 

  • Oracle's Exadata may pose threat to high-end storage arrays

    No one's quite sure if Oracle's Exadata systems are storage arrays or data warehouses, but one analyst warned makers of high-end storage systems to "watch their backs." 

  • ATTO ships first quad-channel FC 8 Gbit host adapter

    ATTO releases 8 Gbit quad Fibre Channel host adapter; NetEx raises replication performance in VMware environments; new module helps Index Engines users speed up e-discovery; 3PAR supports Microsoft Hyper-V. 

  • InfiniBand SAN hits the airwaves

    Storage company offers InfiniBand SAN hoping to spark interest among broadcasters by offering a native InfiniBand storage system for less than $2 per gigabyte with designs on expanding into mainstream storage market. 

  • IBM: Overlap in revamped storage lineup is a plus

    IBM announces more than 30 storage products and updates its DS8000 array. There may be overlap, but as an IBM Storage exec says, ""When there's no overlap, you don't have enough products."