CRN Storage News


  • GPL 3: An Open-Source Earthquake?
    For 15 years, the current version of the GNU General Public License (GPL) has remained untouched. Yet this spring, the GPL's author will release a controversial new version of the license -- a move that's already sending tremors along the software industry's fault lines.
  • Adaptec Rolls Out New SAS/SATA Appliance
    Adaptec on Monday added to its Snap Server NAS appliance line, which now includes a range of products for small businesses and all the way up to central offices.
  • Answering the call to offer cheaper solutions and reaping profits along the way


    VAR Provides 'Expert' Storage Assistance
    When it came time for Babson College to upgrade its SAN, it called in its solution provider, Expert Server Group, to help evaluate products and virtualize the storage environment.
  • Speedy low-end laser printer; BrightStor bulks up with CDP; an improved StorCenter


    Tech Watch
    A look at new products and technologies available to solution providers by leading and emerging vendors
  • IBM Makes SMB Storage Move With LSI
    Getting a hand from LSI Logic, IBM is the latest enterprise storage vendor to throw its hat into the SMB storage ring with the introduction of the System Storage DS3000 family of entry-level disk arrays.
  • Seagate, Infortrend Team On $400 SATA Rebate For VARs
    Array vendor Infortrend Technology and hard drive vendor Seagate are teaming up on a channel rebate aimed at helping promote Seagate's new 750-Gbyte SATA hard drives. Solution providers who purchase one of 11 qualified Infortrend SATA arrays with an iSCSI, SCSI, serial-attached SCSI (SAS), or 4-Gbps Fibre Channel host interface along with six of Seagate's new 750-Gbyte Barracuda ES SATA drives will receive a $400 rebate in the form of a debit card.
  • Powering Up And Cooling Down The Data Center
    Power blackouts and brownouts, the rising cost of electricity and the increased density of high-powered, heat-producing equipment have companies scrambling for ways to reduce energy use and solve cooling issues in the data center.
  • Intel, CinemaNow Extend Burn-To-DVD Movie Service
    Intel and CinemaNow on Thursday said they're teaming up to enable consumers to download and record major movies to blank DVDs for playback on Intel Viiv-based media PCs and consumer-electronics devices.

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