CRN Storage News

  • EMC Adds Bare Metal Recovery By Acquiring Indigo Stone
    EMC has acquired Indigo Stone International, a U.K.-based developer of software for business continuity, server migration and bare metal recovery, and plans to integrate its technology into its NetWorker and Avamar products, CRN has learned.
  • 2007 CRN Channel Champions: Storage
    These storage vendors were this year's CRN Channel Champions in the server-class disk drive, external data backup, network storage and storage management software categories.
  • The Storage Code: Deciphering IT For Profit
    Join CRN's Senior Technology Analyst Frank J. Ohlhorst as he shows how to move new storage technologies from commodity status into must-have specialized solutions that fuel business continuity, compliance, virtualization and growth solutions.
  • Up Selling Storage Solutions In The Midmarket
    You may think you've got storage down pat, but are you ignoring up sell - in all forms? CRN News Editor Steve Burke navigates what he calls "the Midmarket Storage Mess" and begins sorting things out for you and your Solution Provider practice.
  • EqualLogic Enhances Channel Program
    EqualLogic, a provider of iSCSI storage solutions for IP SAN environments, is beefing up its channel partner program with new resources to help partners with marketing, training and sales.
  • Upgrade Notebook Storage On The Quick
    Hitachi's Travelstar 2.5-inch Internal Hard Drive 2-in-1 Notebook PC Upgrade Kit provides quick upgrades along with a portable storage device that contains a backup copy of the data.
  • CA Targets Midmarket With Channel-Only Pledge
    Computer Associates Monday took the wraps off a new midmarket-focused business unit that will enlist the aid of the vendor's channel partners to drive sales of recovery management solutions.
  • Review: HP Makes SMB Storage An All-In-One Affair
    Hewlett-Packard's StorageWorks All-in-One Storage Systems, earmarked for SMBs and branch offices, make it easy for solution providers to get into disk-based network storage without having much storage expertise.
  • Digitiliti Goes Public, Brings Managed Storage To Channel
    Digitiliti, a provider of remote enterprise data vaulting services formed by a former storage solution provider, next week officially plans to unveil unlimited scalability in terms of the amount of data it can handle for customers. Digitiliti, which last week became a publicly-listed company on the Pink Sheets thanks to a reverse merger, is also recruiting solution providers to bring its service to customers large and small.
  • Nexsan Revs Up $7.5M Channel Push
    Nexsan Technologies has picked up $7.5 million in venture funding with an aim toward helping push its Assureon product line through the channel.
  • Intel Brings Dual Quad-Core To Storage And Server Builders
    Intel this week unveiled its first quad-core-based storage server in a bid to give system builders a common platform on which to build either network storage devices or servers with a large internal storage capacity. The company's new "Makay Creek" is a 2U rack mount enclosure powered by one or two quad-core Intel Xeon 5300 processors with room for up to 12 SAS or SATA hard drives and up to 32 Gbytes of memory.