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Telcos Rescue Hosting Biz

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Acquisitions pay dividends for some providers.

OnePage, Enfish Advance Portal Data Organization

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OnePage Inc. and Enfish Corp. are working to enable users to better organize corporate information in their portals.

Look Ma, No Data Center

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Loudcloud is betting that the future of outsourcing lies in separating the business of running data centers from the business of supplying services.

Interview: Digex President Mark Shull

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Digex President and CEO Mark Shull spoke to Interactive Week Senior Writer Max Smetannikov about what's next for his company.

DNA Lends Hand To WANs

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If wide area networks are like congested freeways, startup Peribit Networks is ready to install high-speed mass-transit lines to make network traffic zoom. The company, which plans to announce its first product today, has developed a new technology that i

ITAA Committee to Target Data Storage

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Group to lobby on behalf of service providers for international regulations.

Tuple Data Model Faces Real World

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Distributed-systems model takes on IT roles

SetUp: August 27, 2001

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A server on one end of a network needs more storage capacity, pronto. Several nodes away, another department has more storage space than it can possibly use

StorageTek Melds HSM

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Storage Technology Corp.'s application storage manager, or ASM, mixes tape and disk virtualization into a powerful, efficient storage system

IPStor Package Lifts Storage to New Capacities

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FalconStor Inc.'s IPStor 1.0 software blends storage virtualization and SAN-over-IP capabilities into an impressive package that earns eWeek Labs' Analyst's Choice distinction

Small, Fast and Available

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Maxtor's hard drive holds large amounts of data

The Price Is Wrong

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With wireless high-speed packet data networks just starting to come online in the U.S. and some trials and commercial launches around the globe, operators have already learned a lot about the technology.

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