CRN Storage News

  • ShadowRAM: April 17, 2006
    Here’s one for the above-and-beyond-the-call-of-duty file. HP has taken to shooting its own disk array servers so it can legitimately describe them as “bulletproof.”
  • Champs: Hewlett-Packard, IBM

    Network Storage Hardware
    While solution providers like the security built into IBM's network storage hardware, they gave Hewlett-Packard kudos for the margins and rebates on its storage arrays. The result: HP and IBM fought to a tie in the network storage hardware category of this year's CRN Channel Champions survey.
  • Champ: Hewlett-Packard

    Storage Management Software
    Technical strengths made Hewlett-Packard the 2006 Channel Champion in storage management software.
  • Champ: Hewlett-Packard

    External Storage Backup Subsystems
    A consistent showing across the board gave Hewlett-Packard the edge it needed to come out on top in an otherwise close contest for the 2006 Channel Champions title in external storage backup subsystems.
  • How Does Intel/EMC Pact Stack Up?
    Intel partners will soon be able to private-label storage arrays based on the same technology EMC offers to Dell, EMC and Intel said.
  • How a reseller's archiving and scanning proposal preserved the Kansas City Royals' legacy

    Grand Slam Solution
    The Kansas City Royals’ first season was played in 1969, and when it was time to try and create a digital archive of more than 35 years’ worth of articles, photographs and scorecards, the Major League Baseball team decided to bring in a solution provider.
  • Acronis' Recovery Capabilities Are True
    By creating images using an extremely flexible device driver installation process, Acronis’ True Image OEM solution offers an unparalleled disk imaging and disaster recovery solution that few competing vendors can match.
  • A Cool Solution For Server Memory Modules
    A developer of server memory modules is ready to release specs for designs it says will result in DIMMs that pack on more memory, run cooler and cost less than competing offerings.
  • Microsoft Ships New Storage OS
    The latest version of Microsoft's storage operating system is officially available to OEM partners as of Tuesday, and may become available to the system builder community in the near future.
  • Chip giant plans to launch partner programs this summer

    Intel Spreads Viiv Message
    Intel is sharpening its focus on the channel with new partner programs as it prepares to release the next version of its Viiv multimedia PC platform.
  • EMC Expands SMB Array, HDS Expands Midrange
    Several of the industry's top storage vendors introduced their new big guns to the industry in San Diego at this week's Storage Networking World conference, including EMC, HDS and Microsoft.
  • Vendor leverages technology from acquistions for single repository

    EMC To VARs: Get Unified
    EMC this week is bringing several different data archiving technologies together with a single repository, one it hopes will spur VARs to partner with it on the software side.
  • Symantec Delivering Remote Office Backup Software
    Symantec next week is unveiling software to manage remote office data backup and recovery which includes encryption of the data as it is replicated locally or to a central data center or off-site disaster recovery center.
  • Storage Products On Parade In San Diego
    Next week's Storage Networking World conference in San Diego will see a host of storage vendors introducing products that span the gammet of industry buzz words from CDP to ILM to data security.