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Storage Clips: StorageTek reports modest earnings

StorageTek announces Q3 numbers; EVault unveils data protection server; Exabyte bundles tape drives with Yosemite software.

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StorageTek announces Q3 numbers
StorageTek Corp. grew its earnings 38% over the same quarter last year, delivering third-quarter net income of $42.8 million or $0.39 per diluted share. These amounts compare to net income of $31.0 million, or $0.28 diluted earnings per share, for the third quarter of 2003. Revenue for the quarter was $526.5 million compared to $520.3 million for the third quarter of 2003.

EVault unveils data protection server
Online data backup and recovery vendor EVault, Inc. today introduced EVault Continuum Server, designed to provide continuous data protection and quick recovery of database applications such as Microsoft Exchange, Microsoft SQL Server and Oracle. Using mirroring, snapshot and data replication technologies, EVault Continuum Server provides continuous availability for businesses that rely on database applications for e-mail, CRM and ERP.

Exabyte bundles tape drives with Yosemite software
Backup and recovery software company Yosemite Technologies announced today that Exabyte has extended the bundling of Yosemite's backup software product, TapeWare XE, to Exabyte's VXA-1 and VXA-2 drives. The move places Yosemite backup software in the majority of products from Exabyte's most popular line of tape backup products for SMEs (small-to-medium enterprises).

Kashya updates data protection box
Data replication company Kashya today announced the release of KBX5000, a data protection appliance for SAN environments that claims to lower the TCO of enterprise storage replication and eliminate the distance, cost, performance and management limitations of traditional data protection products. The second-generation KBX5000 enables system-wide disaster recovery across corporate data centers regardless of the distances separating them, the company claims.

Laserfiche and OmniRim merge for records management
Document management company Laserfiche will partner with records management software developer OmniRim Solutions Inc. to manage the lifecycle of physical and electronic documents, including e-mail, photographs and scanned records. As a member of the newly created Professional Developer Program (PDP), OmniRim will work to integrate Laserfiche software with its interface for finding all records within an organization and managing them from creation to destruction. OmniRIM will receive development tools, testing, training, and consulting services from Laserfiche.

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