Storage Soup

September 2011

Data storage strategy

  • FalconStor founder Huai found dead

    Dave Raffo - Editorial News Director 27 Sep 2011
  • FalconStor founder ReiJane Huai, who stepped down as CEO last year after disclosing accusations of improper payments to a customer, was found dead from a gunshot Monday outside his Old Brookville, ...

  • DataDirect Networks discusses new system, IBM relationship

    Dave Raffo - Editorial News Director 20 Sep 2011
  • DataDirect Networks (DDN) today launched a new member of its Storage Fusion Architecture (SFA) family of high-performance computing (HPC) arrays, and quickly pointed out a large customer deal ...

  • Vendors should focus on customers, not competitors

    Randy Kerns - Evaluator Group 19 Sep 2011
  • Competitive pressures often cause companies to lose focus when adopting product marketing strategies. These pressures come from executives and boards, and can be intense. They can also cause a ...

  • Storage Headlines for September 16, 2011

    Megan Kellett 16 Sep 2011
  • [display_podcast] Check out our Storage Headlines podcast, where we review the top stories of the past week from and Storage Soup. Here are the stories we covered in today’s ...

  • Changing definitions for storage systems

    Randy Kerns - Evaluator Group 13 Sep 2011
  • At an alumni event recently I spoke with several friends who are also engineers but in different disciplines (power systems, chemical engineering, and geology). They commented about how the price ...

  • Are you ready for SSD sprawl?

    Megan Kellett 12 Sep 2011
  • IBM is talking up the results of a recent survey Zogby International did on its behalf. There are some not-so-surprising results—most of the IT pros are concerned about data growth and are looking ...

  • Hitachi Data Systems snaps up BlueArc

    Brein Matturro - TechTarget 07 Sep 2011
  • By Sonia Lelii, Senior News Editor Hitachi Data Systems earlier today announced it has scooped up its OEM partner BlueArc for $600 million, and hours after the news broke, not many seemed to be ...