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May 14, 2010  3:03 PM

Quantum’s survived, now seesk to thrive

Posted by: Dave Raffo
data deduplication, disk backup, storage vendors

When EMC’s Data Domain took the first step towards global deduplication with its Global...

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May 13, 2010  10:12 PM

EMC World Reporter’s Notebook and Photos

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
Storage conferences, storage vendors


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May 13, 2010  5:23 PM

VCE flips the switch on Cisco Fibre Channel sales

Posted by: Dave Raffo
storage networking

The VCE alliance between EMC, Cisco and VMware seems to have made Cisco’s MDS Fibre Channel switches more popular in data centers. During Cisco’s earnings call Wednesday night, CEO John Chambers...

May 12, 2010  3:32 PM

CommVault plans deduplication across all tiers

Posted by: Dave Raffo
data deduplication

CommVault CEO Bob Hammer says his customers can’t get enough of data deduplication, and the vendor will give them a lot more of it when its next version of Simpana launches later this year. During...

May 11, 2010  12:18 PM

EMC World Day 2: Backup and Unisphere

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
data backup, data deduplication, disk arrays, Storage conferences, storage vendors

Big day on tap at EMC World -- we were just given press releases for several announcements going out today: Data Domain software called DD Boost, integrated today with NetBackup and Backup Exec and in the second half of this year with EMC Networker; Unisphere unified management between Clariion and...

May 10, 2010  5:14 PM

EMC’s Tucci: “we’re taking a virtualized approach”

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
Storage and server virtualization, Storage conferences, storage vendors

Photobucket Joe Tucci vs. the paparazzi in the...

May 10, 2010  1:33 PM

EMC releases VPlex “active-active” storage

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
Data center disaster recovery planning, Storage and server virtualization, storage vendors

This morning's big announcement at EMC World is called VPlex, which EMC says will allow for federation of data over geographic distance. VPlex was first publicly discussed at last year's VMWorld conference. At the time, EMC officials referred to it as "active-active" storage to support

May 4, 2010  7:22 PM

NetEx gets VMware seal of approval

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
Storage and server virtualization

As certification announcements go, this one is more interesting, I think, than most others, if only because it harkens back to one of the most interesting product announcements/demonstrations I saw last year. At last year's VMWorld in San Francisco,

April 30, 2010  5:33 PM

FalconStor rearranges its OEM chairs

Posted by: Dave Raffo
data deduplication, storage vendors

FalconStor Software officially reported revenue Thursday, confirming what if first said in a preliminary report April 19 – it had a lousy quarter. FalconStor’s $17.1 million in revenue was down from $21 million a year ago, and it lost $5.5 million compared to a loss of $900,000 in the same...

April 27, 2010  9:10 PM

Unitrends marches to different data reduction drummer

Posted by: Beth Pariseau
data deduplication

Unitrends Inc. has put its own spin on data reduction for small and midsized businesses (SMBs) that use its backup appliances. Previously, Unitrends has offered file-level compression and post-process subfile data deduplication with its products, but said the CPU overhead of doing subfile level...

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