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The OEM built a SAN platform that promises easier storage management at a less expensive price.
Insiders predict a revolution in solid state storage next year.
Sun launched a new line of less-expensive and bulkier open storage boxes and added a hybrid storage server to the Thumper line.
Worldwide enterprise storage costs are predicted to spike to more than $2 billion by 2009, according to IDC. Part of the reason: storage infrastructure.
Pundits, however, remain unconvinced that open source is a storage element.
NEC has joined newly popular unified communications space.
IBM Monday revealed it will invest $1 billion toward enhancing Lotus Sametime and bolstering its unified communications strategy to better compete with Microsoft and others.
EMC is bringing virtual tape libraries to the world of mainframe storage management. It claims its new offering can eliminate the challenges inherent in traditional tape-based processes as well as cut data center operating costs.
In its quest to offer client-centered infrastructures, Big Blue Monday unveiled a custom-designed blade aimed at retailers.