CRN Storage News


  • NetApp Moves Up the Storage Food Chain
    While the key suppliers of high-end storage, such as EMC, Hitachi Data Systems and IBM, have been busy refreshing their midrange offerings, the company best known for its midrange systems--Network Appliance--has moved up the food chain with its largest-scale storage platform to date.
  • Briefs: May 22, 2006
    EMC has consolidated its managed storage services and Microsoft services capabilities under a newly-created EMC Global Services organization. The group, under Executive Vice President Howard Elias, brings together EMC’s customer service, technology solutions, professional services, consulting and customer education programs.
  • VARs Conflicted Over Latest EMC Takeovers
    EMC’s $135 million acquisition of Kashya this month gives the storage giant enterprise-class data replication for heterogeneous storage environments, as well as continuous data protection software.
  • QandA: NetApp CEO Takes Aim At SMBs, EMC
    Network Appliance two weeks ago introduced its first enterprise-class array and next month plans to unleash a new SMB product line, dubbed StoreVault, exclusively for the channel. Dan Warmenhoven, CEO of NetApp, spoke about these initiatives in an interview with CRN.
  • Tandberg Gives Things A Boost
    Tandberg Data now is offering one of the smallest and most advanced tape drives on the market: The Tandberg 22LTO, which is half the size of typical drives, but with comparable capacity.
  • Sun's Schwartz Spars With Gartner Analysts
    Despite having taken a beating in the stock market during the past few years, Sun Microsystems actually is in an enviable position. At least, that's what CEO Jonathan Schwartz would have us believe.
  • EMC Appoints Elias To Head New Global Services Group
    EMC, which has lately been beefing up its managed storage services and Microsoft services capabilities, moved to consolidate those services under its new EMC Global Services organization headed by Executive Vice president Howard Elias. The vendor also named CFO Bill Teuber as its new vice chairman, and promoted Frank Hauck, a 15-year company veteran, to the position of executive vice president of global marketing and customer quality.
  • Version 5.0 and Basic designed to ease file management


    Symantec Upgrades Its Storage Foundation Line
    Symantec last week took the wraps off version 5.0 of Storage Foundation, a group of solutions with beefed-up volume and file management capabilities that enable companies to more effectively monitor the application and storage resources in their data centers.
  • EMC Buys Second Microsoft Solution Provider
    EMC is bulking up its Microsoft services capabilities, and potentially bringing related technology and best practices to its channel partners, with the acquisition of Interlink Group, a Microsoft solution provider.
  • NetApp CEO Explains Why He's Going After The Data Center
    Network Appliance has put its strongest foot forward to date toward becoming a tier-one player. The storage vendor this week is rolling out its FAS6000, a high-end storage platform that will take on the likes of DMX from EMC and TagmaStore from Fujitsu. NetApp CEO Dan Warmenhoven talked up the decision to go up-market in a recent interview with VARBusiness senior editor Jeffrey Schwartz.
  • Vendor debuts FAS6000 arrays this week


    NetApp Makes Move For Enterprise SAN
    Network Appliance is throwing down the gauntlet at EMC and Hitachi Data Systems with plans to take on those competitors in the enterprise-class array space.
  • EMC Boosts CX Performance
    EMC this week is introducing its new Clariion CX3 series of midrange storage arrays and delivering on recent promises by EMC Chairman, President and CEO Joe Tucci to refresh its Clariion line with not just a bump in performance, but with a whole new architecture.
  • This portable, high-capacity digital media box runs quickly, quietly on common hardware, free software


    Build an Inexpensive Mini-Media Box
    This portable, high-capacity digital media box runs quickly, quietly on common hardware, free software.
  • IBM targets service-oriented architecture apps for mainframes; major ISV campaign planned


    SOA Meets Big Iron
    In the world of software, service oriented architectures, or SOAs, are the rage. Now IBM wants to make its mainframes the hub by which SOA-based applications are hosted and managed.

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