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  • Brocade says file virtualization business growing

    Brocade profits were down 56% in part because of legal fees, but said that it's adding between 50 and 100 file virtualization customers per quarter. 

  • 3PAR, EqualLogic file for IPOs

    The emerging storage companies file S-1 forms with the SEC, though some experts warn they could be headed for a volatile market. 

  • EMC cashes in with VMware IPO

    EMC officially spins off part of its server virtualization subsidiary to the tune of $1.1B. Analysts are hoping the windfall will lead to deeper storage partnerships. 

  • Sun adds virtual tape library to Thumper

    Analysts say the combo of FalconStor's software, Solaris and Thumper is a good sign of integration from Sun after a disorganized year, but it's unclear if users will be convinced. 

  • Users stand by NetApp -- For now

    Users say their view of NetApp and its products hasn't been affected by news of a revenue shortfall, but some say the clock is ticking on new product features they'd like to see. 

  • Sun hitches hopes to Thumper

    Data storage continues to be a struggle for Sun, according to the company's quarterly earnings report. One bright spot is Thumper, and Sun is working on more products like it. 

  • NetApp revenues fall $61M short of forecast

    NetApp announces that its revenues are down 15% from last quarter, blaming a continued decline in data storage spending. 

  • Symantec profits down, EMC stocks slip

    Symantec's profit for the quarter was down 5.3%, blamed on restructuring costs; EMC reported record revenues, but its stock still fell on outlook for the rest of the year. 

  • EMC reports Clariion surge, data archiving slump

    EMC's revenues are up this quarter, attributed in part to a big boost in Clariion sales, but CEO Joe Tucci is critical of the company's execution in data archiving. 

  • Hifn buys Siafu for storage security, data reduction

    Chipmaker Hifn is looking to get into storage systems. It says OEMs are already lined up for encrypted iSCSI SAN and primary storage data reduction products.