Disk based backup
- April 07, 2005
Network Appliance forks out $11 million for virtual tape and continuous data protection software maker Alacritus.
- April 01, 2005
Virtual tape library
- March 23, 2005
ADIC adds partitioning and integration of different media; McData/QLogic build blade switch for IBM.
- March 22, 2005
Severely reduced pricing, plus a bevy of new features, demonstrates that Hewlett-Packard is still planning to fight for its piece of the disk-based archiving pie.
- March 16, 2005
IBM Global Services picks partners for a series of managed data recovery services that use disk-based backup technology to replace tape. Tivoli is nowhere to be found.
- March 11, 2005
FalconStor, eSeSix hook up for data protection; Crossroads reports profit, revenue loss; Xyratex ships millionth test slot.
- March 09, 2005
Continuing its push downmarket, EMC has created bundles of its products to make selling and deploying them to smaller companies easier.
- March 02, 2005
Iron Mountain profit up $1.5 million from a year ago; NetApp donates gear to Chinese university; FalconStor, ADTX team up for VTL in Japan.
- February 28, 2005
The Weather Channel is seeing results from a cost-saving strategy that includes new SATA drives, a tiered storage architecture and cheap Linux servers.
- February 23, 2005
Hitachi HiCommand storage suite to integrate better with Windows and TagmaStore; IBM to ship Adaptec SAS RAID server; EMC taps Avnet for Canadian expansion.
- February 23, 2005
Quantum CEO Rick Belluzzo recently chatted about integrating the acquisition of Certance, the evolving roles of disk and tape in backup, and those HP rumors.
- February 21, 2005
The Kraft Group, which owns the New England Patriots and other businesses, is forsaking tape for a hosted disk-to-disk backup service.
- February 16, 2005
One by one, products are appearing that connect proprietary operating systems to cheap, open-systems disk -- at last.
- February 15, 2005
Disk drive manufacturer aims to boost its business through small and midsized resellers; SGI, Arkeia offer backup for Linux environments.
- February 04, 2005
At this Sunday's Super Bowl, Sports Illustrated is using a clustered storage system to store and retrieve the 16,000 digital photos to be taken during the game.