• Sun looks to knit together SAN, NAS

    Sun is trying to reappear on the storage radar screen by offering seven new products, most aimed at consolidating management of SAN and NAS systems.

    Beth Pariseau5,905 pointsBadges:
  • Sun repackages open storage NAS products

    Sun's new 7000 series of NAS appliances adds management features and three prepackaged models meant to broaden the appeal of storage based on open-source software and commodity hardware.

    Beth Pariseau5,905 pointsBadges:
  • 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 Pariseau5,905 pointsBadges:
  • Authors slam Sun’s open source strategy

    Is Sun out of touch with the open source community? Authors Tom Adelstein and Sam Hiser think so.

    AmyKucharik420 pointsBadges:
  • Quick Takes: Intrusion detection takes new direction

    Sun, SecureWorks to market IDS

    MMimoso2,605 pointsBadges:
  • Sun hardware sales fade under Oracle

    The Sun server hardware franchise saw tough times in the first quarter. Under Oracle ownership, Sun's hardware lost share, falling to fifth place in Unix servers below Fujitsu.

    Mark Fontecchio2,910 pointsBadges:
  • IBM, Sun roll out native tape encryption for high-end drives

    IBM's T1120 and Sun's T10000 tape drives now perform hardware-based encryption at the drive level -- for those who can afford it.

    Beth Pariseau5,905 pointsBadges:
  • New Sun Galaxy servers poised for impact in the Windows enterprise market

    With a new line of x86 boxes, will the Windows faithful now take a second look at what Sun has to offer?

    ITKE56,485 pointsBadges:
  • Microsoft on collision course with Sun and Novell for directory market

    AD/AM -- it's not a radio station. It's a technology that has created a sequel to the Microsoft/Novell saga. This time around, Gates and company have come for Novell's directory business and have also charted a new collision course with another old rival -- Sun.

    Margie Semilof3,880 pointsBadges:
  • Sun quits IBM-backed standards group, Aperi

    Sun has withdrawn from IBM's storage management software initiative, Aperi, preferring to develop standards under the governance of the SNIA.

    JoMaitland1,820 pointsBadges:

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