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Storage Clips: RAID Inc. offers data migration

RAID Inc. offers data migration service for heterogeneous storage; LSI Logic launches SATA II adapter; HP offers long-term storage for hospitals.

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RAID Inc. offers data migration service
RAID Inc. announced that it has expanded its professional services to include data migration services, regardless of the existing storage platform. The service offers quick, on-site migration of data from existing storage systems to new storage technologies. The goal is to help users deal with the time and costs it takes to transfer data from older storage systems, the company said.

LSI Logic launches SATA II adapter
LSI Logic Corp. announced orders are being accepted worldwide for the MegaRAID SATA 300-8X, a point-to-point scalable eight-port adapter. Designed for use in Linux RedHat and SuSE environments, the MegaRAID SATA 300-8X will be demonstrated at LinuxWorld Feb. 15-17, in Boston along with Ultra320 SCSI, Serial-attached SCSI and Fibre Channel host bus adapters offering Linux OS support.

HP offers archiving for medical data
Hewlett-Packard Co. (HP) introduced a product to help health care organizations access and manage patient information. Designed for radiology practices within diagnostic imaging centers, clinics and hospitals, the HP Medical Archiving Solution provides long-term storage of CT scans, MRI, mammograms, digital x-rays, or picture archiving and communications systems (PACS). The system is scalable to greater than 2 petabytes and stores data on a system consisting of HP ProLiant servers, HP StorageWorks Modular Smart Arrays and x86 processors and powered by Bycast's StorageGRID software. The product interfaces with existing single and multi-PACS applications, while also supporting the archiving requirements of prePACS environments.

Isilon clustered storage preserves WW II images
Isilon Systems, a provider of clustered storage for digital content, announced that Densho, a Japanese organization that records the history of World War II internment of Japanese-Americans, has selected Isilon's Isilon IQ clustered storage for preserving and providing immediate access to visual histories of the World War II incarceration. Isilon IQ allows Densho to provide immediate access to its content, capture new data, grow its repository and share its collection of video, audio and photography with researchers.

Intransa expands in Europe and Asia
IP SAN storage company Intransa announced it has opened sales offices in France. The company has signed two new Southeast Asia strategic reseller partnerships this year to add to its roster of resellers in the Asia Pacific, China, India, Singapore, United Kingdom and the United States.

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