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Storage Clips: Gateway unveils LTO-3 tape autoloader

Gateway gets in LTO-3 game; STORServer lands OEM deal; Bocada and SysDM do backup software upgrades.

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Gateway announces LTO-3 tape autoloader
Gateway Inc. this week announced a tape autoloader storage system based on the new LTO-3 standard. The Gateway 823 LTO3 Autoloader, scheduled to begin shipping in mid-November, delivers a low-cost unattended tape backup product in a 2U form factor. Powered by LTO-3 tape, the Gateway 823 enables users to store 6.4 TB of data. The introductory price is $6,499.

STORServer lands OEM deal with nSTOR
Backup appliance manufacturer STORServer Inc. has inked an OEM agreement with nStor Corporation Inc., a subsidiary of nStor Technologies Inc. to integrate its Fibre Channel to SATA systems in the company's newly configured D10000, D20000 and D30000 backup appliances.

Bocada does backup software refresh
Bocada announced this week the release of an upgraded version of its enterprise backup software, BackupReport. BackupReport 3.5 enables standards-based management of distributed data protection environments, regardless of the underlying technology or system architecture.

SysDM ships upgraded backup software
SysDM Inc., a provider of backup reporting and analysis products, today announced that it is shipping version 2.3 of its WysDM backups software product. With version 2.3, SysDM adds more support for storage management platforms and libraries from vendors such as IBM, Legato, Network Appliance, StorageTek and Veritas.

Maranti passes test with flying colors
Maranti, a provider of intelligent storage products, announced this week that based on testing by The Tolly Group, the Maranti CoreSTOR network storage controller has set new performance standards for I/O processing rate, mirroring performance, and high availability. As part of the evaluation, Tolly Group tested the Maranti CoreSTOR product for local and remote mirroring with increasing workload and distance. The Tolly Group engineers also certified the CoreSTOR I/O processing rate at over 200,000 virtualized I/O per second (IOPs) on a single Fibre Channel port.

Atempo and Secure Science become allies
Data protection company Atempo Inc. and Secure Science Corporation, a developer of technology for protecting information assets, today announced a strategic alliance. Under terms of the agreement, the companies will collaborate on ways to enhance the security features of Atempo's data lifecycle management (DLM) suite of products, which features data recovery product, Time Navigator.

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