Dell Adds Servers, Storage To Revitalize Product Lines
by Darrell Dunn
Dell hopes a tighter integration of its server and storage product line can help refuel its growth engines.
Xiotech Buys Part Of Seagate, Including A Comedian And Maybe Bricks
Ellen Lary, a consultant to the Seagate ASA group, will serve as vice president and general manager of the group under Xiotech.
HP Labs Proves Circuit Technology That Boosts Super Memory
by Michele Masterson
After years of research, HP has proved that there is a new circuit element, a memristor, that could mean you will never again have to shut down or reboot your computer.
Honey, I Shrunk The Enterprise Disk
by Jeffrey Schwartz
Disk technology for enterprise servers and storage subsystems is going though a fundamental, though gradual, change. I'm not referring to new thresholds in capacity, a shift from parallel to serial, spin speeds or faster I/Os per second. Rather, we are on the cusp of an overall transformation to a new form factor.
Sun Proves Commitment To Storage, ILM With Massive StorageTek Deal
by Elizabeth Montalbano
In a gutsy move, Sun Microsystems pulled $4.1 billion out of its $7 billion war chest to purchase Storage Technology. It's a buy that proves the vendor is serious about being a powerhouse in the storage and emerging information lifecycle management (ILM) arenas.
HP's MSA 1000 Provides Lesson Plan For SANs
by Vincent A. Randazzese
Hewlett-Packard's entry-level SAN solution focuses on simplicity, making it easy for solution providers to deploy SANs.
RAID Technology Priced For Mainstream
by Test Center
RAID technology is affordable enough for desktop and server use.