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  • Effects studio calls on Titan NAS storage to make Incredible Hulk

    Visual effects studio turns to BlueArc's Titan storage system to handle special effects for the movie The Incredible Hulk. 

  • NetApp takes aim at HPC market with FAS upgrades, caching devices

    Along with upgrading its midrange storage with the FAS3100 series, NetApp adds caching appliances and performance acceleration cards to help eliminate I/O bottlenecks in an HPC environment. 

  • EMC Celerra gets SRM control

    Northern suite brings SRM control to EMC Celerra; Seagate aims 2.5-inch drive at enterprise disk arrays; FileTek provides data classification functionality for SharePoint. 

  • 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. 

  • EMC adds VMware features to Exchange, SQL Server

    Exchange and SQL Server play nice with VMware; Voltaire certifies InfiniBand; Bakbone enhances Oracle 11g recovery features; HP brings out Emulex-based HBAs for Integrity servers. 

  • Silver Peak to offer gigabit WAN platform

    A compilation of this week's news in the storage world. 

  • Hifn adds DR compression to Microsoft DPM

    Storage announcements this week include EMC rolling out DR software for IBM mainframes and Hifn Inc. certifying DR compression cards for Microsoft's DPM snapshot product. 

  • Quantum confirms EMC data deduplication OEM deal

    Quantum pins its hopes for a revenue turnaround on a data deduplication OEM deal with EMC and a new enterprise dedupe disk backup system. 

  • Storage Decisions: Brocade launches 8 Gbit switches, HBAs

    With its launch at Storage Decisions of 8 Gbit switches and 8 Gbit HBAs, Brocade claims to provide end-to-end 8 Gbit connectivity, although storage array controllers don't support 8 Gbit yet and Fibre Channel hard drives will probably never go beyond... 

  • EMC qualifies 8 Gbps HBAs

    EMC qualifies 8 Gbps Fibre Channel HBAs; Zmanda offers CDP for MySQL databases; Hitachi rolls out 7,200 rpm notebook drive.