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Storage Clips: HDS first to resell McData i10K

HDS said it will resell McData's new i10K Backbone Director; Emulex simplifies HBA installation for Windows.

HDS resells McData i10K Director
McData has announced that Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) is the first to sell and ship its Intrepid i10K Backbone Director. The Intrepid i10K, in combination with the virtualization, logical partitioning, and heterogeneous remote replication capabilities of the Hitachi TagmaStore, enables users to implement tiered storage configurations, according to both companies. The Intrepid i10K supports network partitioning with its patent-pending FlexPar technology, enabling users to implement on-demand partitioning from application to array, the company said.

Emulex offers HBA installer for Windows storage
Emulex unveiled its new Enterprise AutoPilot Installer software for Windows-based storage environments. Enterprise AutoPilot Installer offers automation capabilities that the company said reduces the time and complexity associated with deploying and upgrading Emulex host bus adapters (HBAs). Enterprise AutoPilot Installer integrates with Emulex's HBAnyware centralized management utility and is available now to Windows Server 2003 and Windows 2000 Server users.

Emulex also announced that its LP10000 series of Fibre Channel HBAs has received Computer Associates International, Inc.'s CA smart seal of excellence for use with current versions of BrightStor ARCserve Backup and the BrightStor ARCserve Backup Enterprise Option for VSS Hardware Snap-Shot.

Deepfile changes name to StoredIQ, launches compliance platform
StoredIQ Inc. (formerly Deepfile Corp.), has switched its focus to the compliance market and released StoredIQ 3.0, a content-driven compliance and security offering designed to discover, protect and manage files and e-mail. StoredIQ 3.0 scans the internal content of files and e-mails, enabling business-based classification of unstructured data. This classification is used to enforce user-defined automated policies on that data to adhere to corporate and regulatory compliance guidelines.

StoredIQ also announced a HIPAA Solutions Pack that addresses HIPAA security compliance requirements for files at rest. HIPAA Solutions Pack enables healthcare organizations to locate files containing electronic Protected Health Information (ePHI) and define and execute automated policies to bring those files under HIPAA compliance control.

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