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May, 2011

May 9, 2011  4:56 PM

EMC’s Tucci: It’s all about the cloud

Posted by: Dave Raffo
cloud storage; emc world; vplex

The early message from EMC executives at EMC World is, “If you’re not using a private cloud yet, you’re late.” That’s how EMC chief marketing officer Jeremy Burton opened the first day’s keynote session. “If you have not begun the journey to the private cloud, what are you...

May 9, 2011  3:53 PM

NetApp closes Engenio deal, launches three storage sytems

Posted by: Dave Raffo
netapp; lsi; midrange storage; hadoop

NetApp closed its $480 million acquisition of LSI’s Engenio storage system division today and hit the ground running with three new systems based on Engenio...

May 5, 2011  1:10 PM

Archiving’s two primary use cases

Posted by: Randy Kerns
data archiving

Data archiving is often incorrectly assumed to be an extension of backup. That’s mainly because earlier technology limitations necessitated the use of backup software to store data on...

May 4, 2011  3:39 PM

Brocade, Emulex kick off 16-gig FC hype

Posted by: Dave Raffo
Cisco, Emulex, Fibre Channel SAN; FCoE; converged networks; Brocade

Ready or not, 16 Gbps Fibre Channel is coming. Emulex and Brocade this week said they have 16-gig FC devices being qualified by storage and server vendors, although there doesn’t appear to be any screaming demand for organizations looking for more than

May 3, 2011  5:42 PM

HP prepares new EVA, vows to keep XP *Update*

Posted by: Dave Raffo
hp; eva; midrange storage system; P9500; enterprise storage array; 3PAR

Hewlett-Packard today said it will launch its next-generation EVA midrange storage system in June, and denied that it will stop selling its Hitachi-manufactured P9500...

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