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  • HDS CEO quits for HP storage biz

    Dave Roberson, CEO of Hitachi Data Systems since 2006, has jumped ship to HP to run the server giant's storage business. 

  • EMC users push for better power consumption

    EMC announces a 1.8 PB VTL, deduplication for VMware and bare-metal restore for servers as users caution the company to stay focused on everyday problems, such as power consumption. 

  • Symantec, Huawei form joint storage, security company

    Symantec announced yesterday that it has formed a joint venture with storage and networking hardware company Huawei and indicated jointly developed products are coming to the U.S. 

  • IBM chief engineer talks green storage

    IBM engineer Clod Barrera discusses the growing energy crisis in storage, the need for better power efficiency metrics and the future for "green" products. 

  • EMC buys Indigo Stone for bare-metal restore

    EMC has been hush-hush about adding Indigo Stone, a bare-metal restore software company, to its stack of acquisitions. 

  • Iron Mountain, NetGear announce acquisitions

    Iron Mountain announces it will acquire records management rival ArchivesOne, as well as companies in Italy and Germany; NetGear snaps up NAS maker Infrant Technologies. 

  • EMC adds SMI-S v.1.2 to Symmetrix, Clariion

    EMC upgrades the SMI-S standard from v1.1 to v1.2 for 36 current and previous models of its storage arrays. 

  • EMC, Symantec to enter Software as a Service market

    EMC has plans to release Software as a Service (SaaS) products for data backup and archiving; Symantec announces a new online backup service. 

  • SNW product news highlights

    Here's a glimpse of some of the hot new products from HP, IBM, Intel, Symantec and others on show at Storage Networking World (SNW) in San Diego this week. 

  • Copan users get electricity rebate with MAID arrays

    One major Web 2.0 company in California stands to receive a $12,000 rebate from the electric company for using MAID storage arrays, according to Copan.