Primary storage devices
- April 05, 2002
Storage Smarts Question #9
- April 05, 2002
There are so many "partnerships" in the storage industry soon users will need an organizational chart just to figure out who's working with whom. More partnerships were announced this week at SNW.
- March 29, 2002
Storage Smarts Question #8
- March 27, 2002
Hitachi Data Systems has followed IBM's lead and is now offering native FICON connectivity for the Hitachi Freedom Storage Lightning 9900.
- March 14, 2002
Do you have what it takes to be a storage guru? Take our quiz and see how much you really know about storage.
- March 08, 2002
So you think you know storage? Take searchStorage's quiz and find out how good your memory really is.
- March 01, 2002
So you think you know storage? Take searchStorage's quiz and find out how storage smart you really are.
- February 07, 2002
Sun sets its sights on the Unix market with new storage products. The competition claims Sun's storage line is more style than substance. But, Sun has a warning for EMC and others: Watch your backs.
- January 23, 2002
DataCore, TrueSAN are breaking out of their virtualization-centric offerings and developing a rounded out, comprehensive storage package.
- December 19, 2001
By 2006, all television networks will have to broadcast in high definition. To set a good example, the U.S. Senate is one of the first to convert and has brought in storage technology from MTI to do it.
- November 07, 2001
Sony makes secures its place in the world of tape with a 2002 roadmap that includes plans for a new tape-based data storage format.
- October 17, 2001
EMC is saying that reports claiming IBM has displaced them at Wal-Mart is greatly exaggerated.
- September 10, 2001
EMC has upgraded its 11-year-old Symmetrix storage system which now pushes the envelope in terms of capacity ? 70 terabytes. But competitor Hitachi claims it isn't much more than a facelift.
- August 09, 2001
Sun and Hitachi Data Systems have finalized a distribution and development deal that puts Sun in the high-end storage game and could give EMC a run for its money.
- July 13, 2001
Western Digital takes drives to 100G Bytes; Vixel and RAID make the switch; and everybody into the pool!