Storage Web Digest: Silverbacks iSCSI Chip Shines in Iometer Benchmarks
InterSAN Extends Pathline Automation Features in Version 2.5 ... Silverback's iSCSI Chip Shines in Iometer Benchmarks ... Fujitsu Mulls Hard Drive Tie-Ups, Potential Sale of Business ... EMC CEO Tucci Lands $1.675 million in Salary, Bonus
Enterprise StorageInterSAN Extends Pathline Automation Features in Version 2.5 InterSAN, maker of storage area management (SAM) automation software, is set to unveil the latest version of its flagship management product this week, with the release of Pathline version 2.5. New to the software is a provisioning workflow management feature that extends the control of automation and timing throughout the process of storage provisioning; it does so by reserving storage, enabling reserved storage during a change window, and optimizing configuration changes. Pathlines product upgrade is indicative of a trend in the industry toward storage and server consolidation, according to the SearchStorage report.
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Personal StorageFujitsu Mulls Hard Drive Tie-Ups, Potential Sale of Business Reports said Fujitsu is looking for partners in the area of hard drive development and production, as well as considering selling the business. The firms hard drive division reportedly in talks with both Japanese and foreign companies for an engineering tie-up by March 2004, the Kyodo newswire said. The Japan-based electronics maker is seeking a quick return to profitability by restructuring its sluggish divisions following cumulative losses of more than 100 billion yen ($830 million), the company said. Read the full story on:CNETAsia
Storage BusinessEMC CEO Tucci Lands $1.675 million in Salary, Bonus EMC last week said it paid Chief Executive Joseph Tucci $1.675 million in salary and bonus last year and granted him 2 million shares in stock options. Tuccis salary was unchanged from 2001 at $1 million while his bonus fell by $25,000, according to EMCs proxy statement. The 2002 options, priced at $5.42 and vesting over five years, were down from 3.4 million options the previous year. The data storage company lost $118.7 million in 2002. Read the full story on:Yahoo! News