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  • Xiotech, Atrato forge market for self-healing storage

    New disk array designs use sealed componentry, resulting in storage systems that may not need servicing for five years or more. 

  • SNW Roundup: Sun adds data deduplication to VTL

    Sun comes out with VTL Prime, a virtual tape library with FalconStor's data deduplication; Attune gets into file archiving; and SGI, Fujitsu, Dot Hill launch storage systems. 

  • Isilon reveals turnaround plan

    Clustered storage vendor vows to continue to spend on product development, sales and marketing, despite losing nearly $27 million in the first year as public company. 

  • Symantec, Microsoft settle Veritas lawsuit

    Symantec and Microsoft settle Veritas lawsuit, EMC ships consumer NAS storage to China, and Google bundles in email archiving with Apps Premier. 

  • Packeteer spurns Elliott, in talks with other suitors

    Packeteer rejects an offer from hedge fund investors and adopts a poison pill while negotiating with other potential acquirers. But the original suitor still wants to make a deal. 

  • Fujifilm launches LoJack for tape

    The car-theft prevention system is under the covers of Fujifilm's new tape tracker, which tracks the location and status of removable media cartridges in transit. 

  • Packeteer to stockholders: Take no action

    Packeteer tells stockholders to wait while it weighs a hostile takeover bid; Sun and MySQL to offer open source data backup. 

  • EMC revs up interest in Iomega

    EMC sweetens its bid for Iomega, increasing its offer to $205.5 million for consumer storage vendor. 

  • Imation launches SSD drives

    Imation offers Mtron's solid-state flash disk drives in two products, one aimed at consumers and another being marketed to businesses. 

  • EMC chases Iomega for consumer storage

    EMC was rebuffed when it made an unsolicited offer to acquire Iomega, but it's a sign that the storage giant has its eye on the consumer storage marketplace.