The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - NetApp vs. Sun

 
 
By eweek  |  Posted 2007-12-19
 
 
 

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007

VMware CEO Diane Greene explained to a capacity house at VMworld “how virtualization became its own industry” and why her company will continue to lead the charge during the next few years. In other news, Citrix bought venerable virtualiz

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - EMC Cashes In

EMC, which bought VMware for $635 million in December 2003, decided to rake in a little profit by going public with 10 percent of its wholly owned subsidiary. The IPO sold 33 million shares of stock at $29 apiece; the stock was selling at $89 on Dec.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - EMC Cashes In

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Virtual I/O

Startup Xsigo Systems was the first to virtualize I/O. The impact may be far-reaching in the data center.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Virtual I/O

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Storage Leftovers

French startup Seanodes launched a radical “inside-out” SAN (storage area network) that eschews all storage arrays and instead uses leftover capacity from application servers.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Storage Leftovers

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - NetApp vs. Sun

Network Appliance and Sun became embroiled in a lawsuit over who really owns the superfast Zettabyte File System for data storage.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - NetApp vs. Sun

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Teradata Goes It Alone

In a long, drawn-out corporate separation, data warehousing giant Teradata set off on its own from parent NCR.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Teradata Goes It Alone

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - New Drive Drives Innovation

Little-known Dynamic Network Factory shipped the first hybrid, solid-state/disk storage drive. Samsung and Seagate soon followed suit.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - New Drive Drives Innovation

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Quad-Core Storage

Intel shows why it is No. 1 in its field by launching the first quad-core storage server processor.

The Most Important Virtualization and Storage Stories of 2007 - Quad-Core Storage

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