Stories by Bob Francis

  • Storage products unveiled at SNW show

    At Storage Networking World (SNW) in Orlando this week, several storage vendors are adding to their arsenal of products and technologies aimed at IT managers dealing with the explosion of data storage.

  • Network Physics adds to management line

    Network Physics has introduced a new distributed architecture for its network management and performance line aimed at helping enterprises ensure the integrity and security of the entire applications infrastructure.

  • IBM adds iSCSI to SANs

    IBM moved back into the iSCSI (Internet SCSI) market Friday with a new array priced at US$3,000 and aimed at the small and midsize business market.

  • IBM reconfigures NAS gateway

    IBM is offering a scaled-down version of its TotalStorage NAS Gateway designed for departments and small businesses that want a lower priced disaster recovery system.

  • Sun partners for high-speed Ethernet

    Sun Microsystems will integrate drivers for S2io Technologies' Xframe 10 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter into the Solaris operating system for Sparc, Advanced Micro Devices Opteron, and Intel Xeon servers.

  • IBM, Cisco add support to TotalStorage SVC

    IBM has added support for third-party vendors to its TotalStorage SAN Volume Controller (SVC) for the Cisco MDS 9000, which will allow IT departments with mixed storage vendor environments to virtualise storage across multivendor platforms.

  • iSCSI gets some respect

    Having received a renewed boost from those who see it moving out of niche markets, iSCSI (Internet SCSI) may finally be getting some much-needed respect.

  • Some respect for iSCSI

    Having received a renewed boost from those who see it moving out of niche markets, Internet SCSI (iSCSI) may finally be getting some much-needed respect.

  • DAT gets road map

    Hewlett-Packard and Certance, two of the top manufacturers of DAT technology, announced this week a long-term commitment to the technology through 2010 and three future product generations.