CRN Storage News

  • Enterprise features find way into modular arrays

    Midtier Storage Gets Squeezed
    When Gartner recently reported that external controller-based disk storage revenue grew a strong 11.1 percent in the first quarter compared with the same period a year ago, it also pointed to a weakness in enterprise-class storage sales.
  • California Digital Holds Onto Prominent Position
    The latest list of the world&'s Top 500 Supercomputers still has system builder California Digital in its top 10, but at No. 7, so the company&'s president and COO, Douglas Bone could be forgiven for a bit of melancholy.
  • Savvy Storage Startups See Channel As Defining Edge
    A new crop of storage startups has bloomed in the past couple of months. What makes this crop unique is not its sheer number, but the fact that these vendors are developing indirect sales channels as their primary go-to-market strategy.
  • Plan calls for niche products, solution sets, dedicated reps

    CDW Builds Program For Health-Care Sales
    Acknowledging the burgeoning market serving hospitals and other caregivers, CDW has created a dedicated team to provide complete solutions to health-care customers.
  • EMC To Woo HP Accounts
    EMC has spotted opportunity in Hewlett-Packard&'s efforts to migrate customers off HP&'s OpenView SAM storage management software. To make the most of that potential, EMC has quietly introduced a twist to its Velocity channel program: offering solution providers special incentives to sell its storage management applications to HP customers.
  • The Lighter Side Of Serious Storage Management
    Storage administrators must find more intelligent ways to manage their burgeoning storage infrastructure but avoid adopting the latest technology just for technology's sake, according to speakers at Nth Generation&'s Summer Symposium in Anaheim, Calif.
  • Otellini Says Intel Will Win Legal Battle With AMD
    Intel CEO Paul Otellini on Tuesday dismissed charges from Advanced Micro Devices that it illegally dampened competition in the microprocessor market. He also said Intel only agreed to sanctions in a recent ruling in Japan in an effort to resolve the legal battle.
  • Cuts will be broad-based, with ESS and software hit especially hard

    Sweeping Reorg Expected At HP
    Hewlett-Packard is expected to launch a much-anticipated restructuring in the week that follows, according to several reports and Wall Street analysts
  • Steady As She Goes For IT Spending
    Small businesses remain optimistic about the near-term outlook for the economy, and this is translating into solid expectations for IT spending over the next few months.
  • Tape Still Drives Backup Space
    Hewlett-Packard is moving to convince the channel that tape is still the best backup solution for the small-business space.
  • Product Pick: DoubleLook
    In a perfect world, everything would communicate seamlessly. Take, for instance, the various e-mail and scheduling packages on the market—wouldn’t it be nice if Microsoft Outlook could synchronize with Lotus Notes? Or if Act could communicate with GoldMine, with a touch of BlackBerry support thrown in?