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Storage Clips: ADIC supports LTO-3

ADIC adds LTO-3 support to its tape libraries, increasing capacity and data transfer rates; LeftHand upgrades IP SAN system; FrontBridge sells disaster recovery service for e-mail.

ADIC supports LTO-3
ADIC announced support for the third-generation Linear Tape-Open (LTO-3) format, offering users enhanced capacity and data transfer rates for its LTO family of tape libraries. With LTO-3 technology, ADIC tape libraries now offer single-library capacities of up to 10 petabytes and maximum combined data transfer rates of up to 50 terabytes per hour.

LeftHand updates IP SAN gear
LeftHand Networks Inc. announced a new release of its IP SAN system, SAN/iQ. Release 6.1 incorporates policy management capability for provisioning and snapshots, support for several UNIX operating systems and RAID-5 support within a storage module. LeftHand claims it has over 1,500 systems installed.

FrontBridge offers DR for e-mail
FrontBridge Technologies Inc. has launched Active Disaster Recovery for e-mail continuity, an always-on managed service that enables full use of e-mail during primary e-mail system outages. This service guarantees e-mail delivery via queuing -- including sending, receiving, reading and composing.

NeoPath's hires ex Sun prez as CEO
NeoPath Networks Inc., a provider of Network File Management products, announced that Dr. Alan Baratz, a former president of the software and platforms (JavaSoft) division at Sun Microsystems, has been named president and CEO of the company. Baratz will have responsibility for NeoPath Networks' strategy, operations and drive to profitability. Rajeev Chawla, founding CEO of NeoPath, will now serve as the company's executive VP of products.

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