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February 16, 2012  4:42 PM

HP goes all-flash with new LeftHand iSCSI system



Posted by: Dave Raffo
iSCSI SAN, LeftHand, solid state storage

Hewlett-Packard today quietly launched an all solid-state drive (SSD) version of its LeftHand iSCSI SAN array. Unlike the server and services announcements HP made at its Global Partner Conference, HP made its storage news with little fanfare on a company

February 14, 2012  4:15 PM

IBM wants EMC’s storage customers



Posted by: Sonia Lelii
emc, IBM Corp, Storage, xiv

IBM Corp. is gunning for EMC with its XIV storage system, and "Big Blue" claims it is making a dent in EMC's lead. IBM last week added a multi-level cell (MLC) solid-state drive...

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January 26, 2012  11:29 AM

LSI accelerates Project Lighting into Warp speed



Posted by: Dave Raffo
Storage

EMC is set to officially launch its VFCache (code-name Project Lighting) product Feb. 6, but...


December 2, 2011  10:59 AM

Physical, virtual backup still mostly a two-headed beast



Posted by: Dave Raffo
data backup, quest vranger, veeam, virtual machine backup

We received a couple of reminders this week about how important backing up virtual machines is in an organization’s data protection strategy. First, virtual server backup...


November 28, 2011  4:39 PM

NetApp’s backup plan examined again



Posted by: Dave Raffo
CommVault, data deduplication, data domain, netapp, Quantum

NetApp’s failed attempt to buy Data Domain in 2009 brought a lot of speculation that the storage systems vendor would shift its attention to another backup vendor. NetApp executives played down the speculation. They said they didn’t need a backup platform, but they wanted Data Domain because...


September 30, 2011  2:25 PM

Storage Headlines for September 30, 2011



Posted by: Mkellett
storage headlines

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Check out our Storage Headlines podcast, where we review the top stories of the past week from SearchStorage.com and Storage Soup.

Here are the stories we covered in today’s podcast


September 29, 2011  1:35 PM

QLogic takes another whack at converged storage networks



Posted by: Dave Raffo
16 Gbps Fibre Channel, converged networks, fcoe, storage networking

QLogic is taking the stance that having multiple personalities is the sane way to approach converged storage networking. With Fibre Channel (FC) remaining the dominant protocol and

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September 28, 2011  12:43 PM

Arkeia adds dedupe, SSDs to backup appliances



Posted by: Dave Raffo
Arkeia, backup appliance, cloud backup, data deduplication, disaster recovery

Arkeia Software CEO Bill Evans has watched Symantec roll out a steady stream of backup appliances over the last year, and he asks, “What took so...


September 16, 2011  1:15 PM

Storage Headlines for September 16, 2011



Posted by: Mkellett
storage headlines


July 28, 2011  2:17 PM

Quantum sputters, looks to new DXi launch for lift



Posted by: Dave Raffo
data backup, data deduplication, disk backup, DXi Accent, Quantum DXi, tape backup

Quantum has a lot riding on its new DXi Accent deduplication software and DXi6701 and 6702 backup appliances that launched Wednesday. During the vendor’s...


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