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  • IBM grabs grid storage startup XIV

    IBM rings in the new year by acquiring Israeli storage vendor XIV, which specializes in grid systems designed for emerging Web applications. 

  • Top storage acquisitions of 2007

    Dell spent $1.4B on EqualLogic in the biggest storage deal of the year, while other vendors made acquisitions to beef up services, archiving and NAS performance. 

  • Top 10 technology IPOs of 2007

    The market for tech IPOs heated up in 2007, and while EMC spinoff VMware attracted investors beyond anyone's expectations, other stocks tailed off late in the year. 

  • Storage Outlook '08: Storage vendors' New Year's resolutions

    What can you expect in the next 12 months in the storage arena? A look at the goals that leading storage vendors Symantec, HP, EMC, VMware and Brocade have set in 2008. 

  • Storage Outlook '08: Sun reveals plans for disk arrays

    Sun's disk systems portfolio will be expanded and updated in 2008, from Thumper to NAS and new low-end disk arrays, according to Sun executive VP John Fowler. 

  • Brocade bounces back in Fibre Channel switch market

    Brocade finally picked up revenue share in the Fibre Channel switch market against Cisco last quarter, according to the latest Dell'Oro quarterly market research report. Dell'Oro attributed the uptick to the fact that Brocade is now qualifying its ne... 

  • Dell to EqualLogic users: Trust us on customer service

    EqualLogic customers are concerned about Dell's customer support, particularly given Dell's reputation for outsourcing it. 

  • Dell storage sales show modest growth

    Dell reports modest storage revenue growth; iQstor launches new IP SAN; Arsenal Digital expands backup services; and Western Digital unveils "green" drive. 

  • Symantec: It ain't easy being green

    Reldata launches SAS/SATA system; Aptare adds capacity manager; Seagate teams with Staples for data recovery; Dell resells Virtual Iron. 

  • NetApp posts strong financials

    EMC wins over, Postini adds policy management and storage vendors rally around Oracle.