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Storage Clips: EMC announces Brazilian customer

EMC announced a customer for its DatabaseXtender software -- and Americans in the audience won't believe what this company does.

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EMC announces Brazilian customer
EMC announced that Ticket Servicos, an Accor company located in Brazil that processes government-mandated meal voucher services, is implementing EMC DatabaseXtender software. Ticket Servicos will use DatabaseXtender to migrate and archive Oracle data in its tiered storage system.

In Brazil, the law requires that companies provide meals to employees during work hours. Ticket coordinates meal vouchers between company employees and a network of authorized stores and restaurants. In addition, Ticket provides organizations with food and transportation vouchers for employees to buy food from markets and fuel their cars at gas stations for travel to work. [Ed note: We're moving to Brazil!]

Ciprico announces new NAS
Ciprico Inc., which makes storage products aimed at the broadcast market, announced general availability of the latest member of its DiMeda NAS family, the 10G. The 10G allows multiple users to share and view both uncompressed standard definition and compressed high definition content over 10 Gb Ethernet.

CaseData deploys DataCore
DataCore Software announced that CaseData, which provides electronic and paper discovery services, online document review, searching and production, and data recovery and forensics, has deployed its SANmelody product to manage legal documents and case files. CaseData said it chose DataCore since it can automatically and dynamically expand data storage to meet the needs of "capacity hungry" application servers, and will over allocate or preallocate space.

Hewlett departs Agilent
Agilent Technologies Inc. announced that Walter Hewlett will retire as a director of the company effective March 1, 2006. Hewlett joined the board of directors when Agilent was spun off from Hewlett-Packard Co. in 1999.

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