NetApp appears to be the big winner in storage sales at the end of 2009 as spending picked up after a slow year. NetApp Wednesday reported $1.01 billion in revenue for last quarter. Its product revenue increased 17% over the last year, while larger rivals EMC and Hewlett-Packard had year-over-year...
Toshiba today rolled out the first product to come from the hard drive business it acquired from Fujitsu last year: a 600 GB 2.5-inch SAS hard disk drive. Last week,
This should be a busy year for Hewlett-Packard storage, with upgrades expected to each of its major SAN array platforms. HP started that process today by launching two new systems at the low-end of its storage portfolio – the Modular Smart Array (MSA) platform for SMBs, workgroups and branch...
(0:24) Dell wants Exanet; deal not done yet
Dell today confirmed it has made an offer to acquire the assets of bankrupt scale-out NAS vendor Exanet and is waiting for approval from a court in Isreal, where Exanet is based.
The Israeli financial newspaper
NAS vendor Isilon recorded its first profitable quarter to end 2009, three years after becoming a public company. It didn’t make it by much, but it was a milestone nonetheless. Isilon reported net income of $140,000 for the quarter, or income of $1.6 million on a non-GAAP basis with...
(0:25) NetApp discontinues development on NearStore virtual tape library
CommVault added block-level data deduplication to its Simpana data protection and management suite at the start of 2009, and introduced
Oracle laid out its strategy for Sun's product lines last week, following the approval of the $7.4 billion deal by European regulators. It was met with dismay in some corners of the IT world, including some