• Sun posts $1.7B revenue loss, but storage business up

    Sun storage reported a slight revenue increase last quarter, making it a bright spot compared to the rest of the vendor's massive losses.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • StorageTek users weigh Sun roadmap

    Sun talked big about its integration plans for StorageTek at its user forum this week, but users said the proof is in the pudding, particularly when it comes to the mainframe.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • Sun reorganization trickles down to storage division

    According to internal documents, restructuring at Sun has reached the storage division. Meanwhile, industry insiders are divided on Sun's long-term place in the storage market.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • Sun countersues NetApp over ZFS

    The saga of ZFS continues with Sun seeking to stop NetApp from shipping any and all filer products through a countersuit filed yesterday.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • Sun goes back to its roots with Honeycomb CAS user

    Stanford University is the first official customer for Sun's Honeycomb CAS product ; it will be using the programmable storage archive for its massive Google library project.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • Sun sheds light on StorageTek plans

    Mark Canepa, EVP of Sun's storage group, talked with SearchStorage.com about integrating StorageTek, the future of networked storage and how Sun plans to take down EMC.

    Beth Pariseau9,660 pointsBadges:
  • Sun’s storage plans still fuzzy

    Industry analysts remain skeptical of Sun's ability to integrate StorageTek, and are unclear on the company's roadmap and direction.

    JoMaitland2,300 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: Customer support

    Sun adds Legato to support program; IBM NAS gets QLogic connections; and InfiniBand developer has interface spec.

    searchStorage9,925 pointsBadges:
  • New Sun exec talks storage strategy

    Sun Microsystems made some interesting acquisitions in 2002, most notably the purchase of intelligent switch startup Pirus Networks. Now that the deal is done, Pirus' former president and CEO, Rich Napolitano, has settled into his new role as vice president of Sun's data services platform group...

    searchStorage9,925 pointsBadges:
  • IBM reportedly wants Sun for $6.5B

    If the deal happens, IBM would become the dominant enterprise tape vendor and have a chance to extend Sun's fledgling open-storage plans.

    Dave Raffo7,990 pointsBadges:

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