Stories by Deni Connor

  • HP's server plans

    Hewlett-Packard's consolidation task is considerably less difficult when it comes to its present industry standard Intel servers, but porting operating systems and hardware to the upcoming Itanium platform is a different story.

  • HP/COMPAQ: HP details storage road map

    The road map for storage was glossed over in Hewlett-Packard's presentation of its plans for the converged product lines of the new company yesterday, but it represents perhaps the smartest and most doable plan for storage the company could have come up with.

  • Novell reorganises again

    Attempting to carry out its vision of a single management console, and products and development tools based on standards, Novell announced on Wednesday yet another reorganisation.

  • Sun boosts storage

    Sun Microsystems rolled out several hardware storage systems and new storage management software last week, gear that signals its intent to manage and support multi-vendor storage.

  • Sun readying multivendor storage management

    Sun Microsystems is expected to unveil a standards-based management suite early next year that is designed to help customers get a better handle on their increasingly complex storage environments.

  • Scoping the storage terrain

    EMC CEO Joe Tucci talks about the challenges EMC faces, such as increased competition from IBM, Hitachi Data Systems and Sun Microsystems in the high-end storage market

  • Quantum snaps up NAS maker Connex

    Quantum announced this week that it will acquire Connex, a storage company that makes network-attached storage appliances, in an $US11 million all-cash deal.

  • Novell bets future on consulting, shuffles management

    Financially troubled Novell today announces a major restructuring of the company focused around a new sales channel that emphasises consulting, according to internal Novell documents received by [US-based] IDG publication Network World.

  • HP serves up storage gear

    Server blades weren't the only thing on Hewlett-Packard's mind as the company also rolled out a bevy of storage hardware and software aimed at helping customers build large, manageable, fault-tolerant storage-area networks and network-attached storage systems.