Disk based backup
- November 02, 2010
Fujitsu rolls out new virtual tape library for enterprise and midrange appliance with VTL and NAS options, using data deduplication from a partnership with Quantum; NetApp resells Fujtisu midrange system in Europe.
- October 20, 2010
Arkeia Software gets into the data deduplication backup market with "progressive deduplication," while ExaGrid broadens its options for its deduplication disk appliance customers.
- October 18, 2010
Looking for speedier backups, Cross Country Home Services picked ExaGrid post-process data deduplication appliances over EMC's Data Domain inline dedupe systems as part of an IT overhaul.
- October 11, 2010
Quantum rolls its new data deduplication backup system. The DXi8500 has faster processors and support for 15,000 rpm 6 Gbps SAS drives for speed increase over its previous system.
- October 04, 2010
Virtual tape libraries are still alive and well in data backup environments, despite the popularity of disk-to-disk backup.
- September 07, 2010
Symantec ships its first NetBackup bundled appliance targeted for enterprise backup; also adds cloud connectors to NetBackup and Backup Exec software and adds eDiscovery upgrades to Enterprise Vault.
- August 30, 2010
Quantum rolls out DXi6700 at top of midrange family of data deduplication backup devices; virtual tape library appliance bucks trend of NAS disk targets in midrange.
- August 10, 2010
Ellis Medicine scraps Symantec Backup Exec, IBM Tivoli Storage Manager and other products in favor of CommVault Simpana for backup and archiving from one console.
- July 19, 2010
EMC rolls out faster Data Domain deduplication devices and larger virtual tape libraries (VTLs) based on Intel Nehalem processor, adds deduplication option for mainframe VTL.
- July 13, 2010
ProStor Systems CEO Frank Harbist says InfiniVault archiving systems represent the long-term future for the vendor that supplies the industry's RDX removable hard drives.
- June 28, 2010
Learn about how WORM disk is still an important option for data retention, and about the pros and cons of using WORM disk vs. tape.
- June 28, 2010
Sepaton releases version 5.4 of its VTL software, which includes storage pooling, improved data analytics and now runs on Hitachi Data Systems AMS 2100 storage platform; a NAS interface is on deck.
- June 23, 2010
Hewlett-Packard has high hopes for its StoreOnce data deduplication software, but it faces stiff competition for Data Domain on the backup side; Dell also set to enter primary deduplication market.
- June 15, 2010
NEC sees single-node mini version of HydraStor data backup and archiving appliance as a better fit for SMBs and remote offices; mini-Hydra shares software code base with larger systems, including inline deduplication and replication.
- June 14, 2010
Sepaton launches Secure Erasure technology, which completely erases data on virtual tape library (VTL) cartridges so that no forensic data remains, and provides an auditable paper trail for organizations with regulatory compliance requirements.