CRN Storage News


  • HP Beefs Up PartnerOne Program
    Three years after launching its PartnerOne program, Hewlett-Packard has made some changes that the company says should make life easier for solution providers, while giving distributors a greater role.
  • HP Closes AppIQ Acquisition
    Hewlett-Packard on Monday said it has completed its acquisition of AppIQ and is now delivering a version of its Storage Essentials storage management software that integrates AppIQ-developed technology. HP also disclosed plans for its server and storage products.
  • Briefs: October 31, 2005
    Cisco Systems last week unveiled a forthcoming product lineup that aims to use IP to unite disparate two-way radio communications systems used by public safety, security, military and enterprise customers and tie them in with other devices.
  • New Open-Source Group Formed Without Key Players
    Storage vendors including IBM, Network Appliance and Sun Microsystems are forming an industry group to develop an open-source storage software management platform, but some key players are noticeably absent.
  • Imation Breaks Into New Market With Ulysses Removable Hard Drives
    Imation is enjoying a strong business for its tape and storage media, but solution providers are waiting to see if the company can repeat its success with a new line of hard drives and hard drive cartridges that physically and logically emulate tape technology.
  • Sun CFO McGowan To Retire
    Steve McGowan, Sun Microsystems' chief financial officer, plans to retire in June 2006, the end of the company's fiscal year.
  • Fine Grains Of Backup
    It may be the most heavily marketed acronym in the storage and backup market since ILM. But unlike information life-cycle management, continuous data protection (CDP) is here and now, with real products that don't require the forklift upgrades, major rethinking of how storage resources are deployed, or what policies will guide long-term archiving practices.
  • AMD Goes Commercial
    Advanced Micro Devices is for the first time supporting VARs and integrators with a dedicated channel program, as the microprocessor maker works to deepen its penetration into the commercial market.
  • No Easy Street
    Jim Perrier sets off to work in an old Toyota 4-Runner every morning that his wife keeps begging him to replace. He keeps saying no because he likes the truck and, besides, you don&t get rid of something just because it&s a little banged up. That&s the way it is in Louisiana.
  • Measuring The Toll
    When Hurricane Katrina cut its swath of destruction through the Gulf region it threw solution providers from Louisiana to Alabama into disarray.
  • Mobile Helps Fuel Intel Earnings
    Intel Tuesday reported an earnings increase of 5 percent for the third quarter, driven primarily by processor sales, particularly in the mobile space.

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