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Storage Clips: NuView adds remote site failover

NuView released StorageX 5.6 with remote site data management; Zetta Systems and EVault integrate CDP and backup services; Blade computing provider Verari Systems picks Panasas.

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NuView adds remote site failover
NuView Inc., announced the availability of StorageX version 5.6, which adds remote site data management capabilities to its global namespace software. With Storage 5.6, users can failover file level data to a central location reducing the need for tape backups, the company said. It also offers integration with Microsoft VSS and Network Appliance snapshots, distributed server management, replication performance and management enhancements, improved diagnostics and support for remote secure socket shell (SSH).

Zetta Systems, EVault integrate
Continuous Data Protection (CDP) provider, Zetta Systems announced that EVault, Inc., an online backup and recovery service provider, has implemented the ZettaServer IR storage appliance to provide an additional layer of data availability for EVault customers.

By incorporating ZettaServer's writable point-in-time copy technology (zSnap) in EVault's data centers, users of the EVault Protect online backup service achieve increased data and application availability through near-continuous zSnaps, the companies claim. If an outage or data corruption occurs, administrators can roll back to the most recent zSnap prior to the problem, and then restore data from the ZettaServer appliance without having to engage the array.

Panasas, Verari integrate
Panasas, Inc., announced that Verari Systems, Inc. will co-brand and sell the Panasas ActiveScale Storage Cluster in conjunction with its blade computing systems. The worldwide distribution agreement brings together two players in the Linux cluster market to provide users in markets such as oil and gas exploration, government science and media/entertainment with an integrated Linux cluster product that is easy to deploy and scale, the companies claim.

LSI Logic drops channel prices
Instant rebates of up to $300 on selected storage adapters are available to LSI Logic channel partners now through July 2, 2005. LSI Logic supplies products to the channel through distribution partners such as Arrow Electronics, Bell Microproducts, Insight Electronics, Ingram-Micro, Microland and Tech Data.

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