Data center storage
- August 02, 2007
Scientists at Cern's LHC say dozens of petabytes require custom-built NAS systems and data migration software, but commercial tape drives are mostly up to snuff.
- July 18, 2007
EMC, trailing HDS with thin provisioning, is sniping at HDS's offering. Meanwhile, users increasingly tune out the soap opera and look to emerging vendors for new features.
- July 12, 2007
As hosted storage gets hot, an insurance broker and an ISP are among the businesses now trying to attract new clients by offering storage software as a service.
- June 27, 2007
HP and Quantum package up HP's EVA array and Quantum's StorNext SAN file system and are referencing big multimedia customers, including Warner Bros.
- June 21, 2007
HP is the latest vendor to throw its hat into the green storage ring following Pillar Data, HDS and EqualLogic.
- June 04, 2007
Server makers are working to reduce power conversions in data centers, but the tug of war between reliability and efficiency makes it unclear whether storage will follow.
- May 30, 2007
Cisco's Jayshree Ullal talks with SearchStorage about the company's plans for file virtualization, green data centers and Fibre Channel over Ethernet.
- May 21, 2007
IBM engineer Clod Barrera discusses the growing energy crisis in storage, the need for better power efficiency metrics and the future for "green" products.
- May 14, 2007
The new Universal Storage Platform, souped up with double the processing power, now includes thin provisioning, but users are still looking for certain software features.
- May 01, 2007
A midrange storage array may seem an odd choice for a new supercomputing center, but the university's IT manager says that storage needs are changing with new research.
- April 30, 2007
Big shop or little shop, keeping up with the latest and greatest storage technology can put a dent in anyone's budget. There are, however, low-cost choices on the market that can give your budget a breather. Do you know what they are and how they ...
- April 17, 2007
Power and cooling concerns, once the province of server administrators, are on the rise among storage users.
- April 13, 2007
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.
- April 06, 2007
A new lifecycle service automatically migrates older backup files to cheaper storage at AmeriVault facilities.
- March 21, 2007
Xiotech beat out Iron Mountain in a records management bid to scan, store and destroy student records for Connecticut's largest public school district.