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  • Sun goes back to its roots with Honeycomb CAS user

    Stanford University is the first official customer for Sun's Honeycomb CAS product ; it will be using the programmable storage archive for its massive Google library project. 

  • Sun clarifies disk storage strategy

    Sun execs at StorageTek Forum say they plan to keep (but streamline) most of the disk storage portfolio -- but did not deny rumors about plans to sell off the 6920 array. 

  • EMC's Documentum division and Microsoft cozy up

    EMC Documentum tightens integration with Microsoft apps; QLogic acquires InfiniBand switch supplier SilverStorm; U.S. Department of Defense builds giant SAN. 

  • Users say keeping it simple means keeping one vendor

    Despite some potential benefits of heterogeneous shops, users at Storage Decisions say they find sticking with one vendor a better way to survive the storage sprawl. 

  • Riverbed strikes it rich in first day of trading

    Riverbed, in the first storage-sector IPO in years, came out at a higher price than expected, and its shares soared in the first day of trading. 

  • IDC report: EMC software revenues slip

    Despite a series of acquisitions meant to bolster the company's new focus on software, EMC's software revenues have slipped -- even as the worldwide market has grown, IDC says. 

  • Storage IPOs bode well for competition

    Analysts say new public players could breathe competitive life into the market, but it all hinges on how well execs can balance the needs of users and shareholders. 

  • Storage upstarts are tipping the vendor scales

    The big storage vendors are always trying to steal a piece of each other's pie. But some small tech upstarts might play big parts in determining who comes out on top. 

  • Brocade monetizes SAN Health tool

    For an annual fee of roughly $2,500, Brocade will provide more advanced features to its SAN Health tool; also new are updates to directors and file management software. 

  • IBM delays shipment of Global Mirror

    IBM's asynchronous replication feature for SVC, originally slated for release this month, has been delayed until November.