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June 27, 2011  3:00 PM

BlueArc files for IPO, again



Posted by: Dave Raffo
bluearc, clustered NAS, ipo

Following a year of large storage acquisitions, it looks like 2011 might be more IPO-friendly for storage vendors. Two weeks after solid-state storage vendor

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March 18, 2011  12:21 PM

Dell set to roll out NAS, dedupe across storage platform



Posted by: Dave Raffo
clustered NAS, compellent, data deduplication, dell

Now that Dell has closed on its Compellent acquisition, the next steps in its storage product expansion will be to add Exanet scalable NAS and Ocarina primary data deduplication to its two...


May 27, 2010  1:05 PM

An open source clustered NAS deep dive



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
clustered NAS, storage vendors

Yesterday I met with execs from a company called Gluster, which is developing an open-source, software-only, scale out NAS system for unstructured data. As we discussed their market, products and competitors, we got into the nitty gritty of their technical differentiation as well – pasted...


February 8, 2010  7:51 PM

Dell wants Exanet; deal not done yet



Posted by: Beth Pariseau
clustered NAS, storage vendors

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


February 5, 2010  6:28 PM

Isilon makes it into the (light) black



Posted by: Dave Raffo
clustered NAS, storage vendors

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...


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