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New Players, Wares Enter Storage Fray

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Some of the storage industry's new kids on the block are building products on IP storage as well as NAS and SAN convergence, technologies that challenge more traditional storage methods.

Loudcloud to Tap Enterprise Data Sites

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Loudcloud Inc. made official here in April its plans to evolve into the enterprise data center space, a move met with optimism from the new target market but with hesitancy from customers.

Tape Solves Sticky Storage Issues

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Network-attached storage innovations aren't limited to devices such as Network Storage Solutions Inc.'s ProStor system reviewed in this issue. Tape-based storage is about to get a little bit sexier.

ProStor Is a Top Performer

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But Network Storage Solutions' low-cost device lacks scalability found in rival NAS products.

Storage Goes Network

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Storage appliances are busting out all over, and experts say they are part of a trend to detach storage from specific servers and make it a pooled resource on corporate networks.

Getting Key Info Right Away

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Vendor looks beyond PCs to 'any HTML device'.

Free Online Storage a Thing of the Past?

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Online storage companies, which have been luring millions of consumers to their sites primarily through free services such as faxing and file sharing, are now changing their business models to help shore up their bottom lines.

Noetix Simplifying Data Integration

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Noetix Corp. is looking to ease a chronic issue for many companies-data integration.

Terabyte-Plus Fits in Enclosure

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Winchester Systems Inc., of Burlington, Mass., this week introduced its high-performance FlashDisk OpenRAID, which uses 181GB disk drives to provide 1.45-terabyte capacity in a single enclosure.

Multicast Gets a Makeover

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New protocol makes multicasting easier

Digital Security You Can Touch

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As handheld devices hold more personal data and become the entry points to hosted financial and medical services, users will be increasingly concerned about the personal loyalty of these digital assistants.

Power Down

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It's no secret that data centers are power gluttons.

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