Data center storage
- October 07, 2005
Storage directors look to cut costs by streamlining, standardizing and automating many data center processes.
- September 16, 2005
MCI has launched a managed-storage service that's closer to utility pricing and offers users more options on the type of storage they need.
- September 14, 2005
Phone company MCI will offer its managed hosting customers a managed storage service; Emulex provides embedded switch to HP; EqualLogic snuggles up with Western Scientific.
- September 02, 2005
The top four vendors continue to gain market share in external disk systems, and EMC and HP find themselves in a tie for iSCSI SAN products, according to IDC.
- August 24, 2005
EVault online backup supports Microsoft clustering services; FCIA elects new board.
- August 23, 2005
HDS will resell two new Brocade 4 Gbps switches; Tacit hires VP of engineering; EMC names former Microsoft CFO to board.
- July 29, 2005
Xyratex will buy nStor for $21.2M; Pillar adds to its board; Infortrend used in medical imaging.
- July 27, 2005
Alongside the introduction of its Z9 mainframe, IBM served up improvements to its PPRC global mirroring software, VTS and other mainframe storage products.
- July 26, 2005
Unisys renews agreement with EMC; StorageTek profit down on acquisition charge.
- July 22, 2005
While you may not have noticed, grid computing is already making an appearance in the storage market, and will have a much bigger impact over time than most may realize.
- July 22, 2005
Microsoft brings a startup into the Exchange fold; IBM rumored to be updating its mainframe; HP research to be cut.
- July 15, 2005
Rumors of a major announcement from HP on Tuesday; Cisco sets age limit for board members.
- July 07, 2005
An India-based financial institution has brought IBM in to manage its data center and DR site; NAS gateway vendor ONStor licenses PyX iSCSI software.
- June 22, 2005
Fujitsu's SAS array, which offers users faster data transmission speeds in a smaller footprint, hits the shelves.
- June 20, 2005
Support fears resolved, users take tentative steps toward virtualizing mixed vendor environments.