CRN Storage News


  • Hardware Sales Give Storage VAR Datalink 2Q Boost
    Datalink, one of the few publicly-listed storage solution providers, on Tuesday reported one of its best quarters ever, but said that the results were skewed at the end of the quarter with a couple of unexpected big sales. The company reported revenue for its second fiscal quarter, which ended June 30, of $39.8 million, up 39 percent compared to the $28.7 million reported last year. It was Datalink's highest second quarter revenue ever, and the best operating margins the company had since 2001.
  • New market moves in wake of StorageTek acquisition


    Sun Moves To Firm Up Storage Strategy
    Sun Microsystems is moving to solidify its storage strategy in the wake of last year's StorageTek acquisition through a long-anticipated distribution agreement with Avnet Technology Solutions.
  • Avnet, Arrow Pave Way For OpenView VARs
    Hewlett-Packard distributors Arrow Electronics and Avnet Partner Solutions are each putting their stamp on the vendor's wish to ramp up OpenView business through the channel.
  • Chip Price War On The Verge
    With the impending release of the Core 2 Duo processor on the heels of the successful Xeon launch, Intel's products are generating a new kind of buzz--and fanning the flames of a price war with rival AMD.
  • Symantec Expands Data Center Foundation Family
    At its first annual Vision Government conference since it merged with Veritas, Symantec formally announced the general availability of two new releases in its Storage Foundation and Cluster Server product lines, as well as plans to commercially release its Database Security Audit monitoring tool by the end of the year.
  • Exanet Adds CDP To NAS Clusters
    Exanet is adding continuous data protection (CDP) to its clustered NAS software in the next quarter, and is looking to the channel to bring the technology to market. The company plans to integrate its CDP technology to ExaStore, its flagship application that brings value to low-end commodity servers by tying any number together into a single NAS cluster.
  • Overland Ships Dreadnaughts
    Overland Storage on Monday finally unveiled its new ARCvault family of entry-level tape automation solutions aimed squarely at small businesses. The new tape automation devices, formerly codenamed Dreadnaught, includes a 12-tape autoloader and a 24-tape library, both based on half-height LTO-2 drives.
  • Putting Data In Its Place
    Compellent Technologies is bundling its software application for automating tiered storage with a hardware appliance in order to cut the complexity and cost of information life-cycle management technology.
  • Say VARs instrumental in changing perception as strict consumer/SOHO play


    D-Link, Netgear Sing SMB Tune
    Top executives from networking vendors D-Link Systems and Netgear are reinvigorating their channel efforts to chase SMB market share.
  • D-Link Banks On Channel To Push Into New Areas
    Networking vendor D-Link last month celebrated its 20-year anniversary. Steven Joe, president and CEO of D-Link North America recently spoke with CRN Infrastructure Editor Jennifer Hagendorf Follett about the Fountain Valley, Calif.-based company's push into the SMB market and the role channel partners will play in that effort.
  • HP: Solution-Centric Approach Works Best
    While solution providers attending Hewlett-Packard's recent Americas Partner Conference and Americas StorageWorks Conference in Las Vegas got hints about upcoming product changes in the vendor's storage line, the stronger message to the channel was solutions.
  • Company also reorganizes storage business and other management positions


    Sun U.S. Sales Head Napolitano Leaving
    Rich Napolitano, who has led Sun Microsystems' U.S. sales arm for the past year and a half, is leaving the company. U.S. sales vice president Tim Lieto is being promoted to take Napolitano's role. Sun also reorganized its storage business operations, marketing and partner management.

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