EMC Goes Soft
Introduces "multivendor" software in an effort to boost sales as hardware gets commoditized
Vixel Crosses Over
SAN products are now 100% of the company's revenues, and profitability is expected next year
Entrada's Last Gasp?
The company's shut its SAN business, laid off 40, and moved to one site. How long's it have left?
SNW: Day Two
Virtualization, virtualization, and -- guess what? -- more virtualization. The latest from Florida
Dell and EMC Do a Deal
Less than a month after rumors swirled about new talks, the two unveil a major partnership
SNW: Day One
Show kicks off, attendance up, and here's our pick of key announcements
Storage router leader is looking to iSCSI, Infiniband for market growth
Trebia Breaks Silence
Startup gives details of storage-specific network processors due out later this year
Cereva 1 -- Pirus 0
Goal! Judge rules in favor of Cereva in breach of contract case against Pirus employee, Tim Lieto
Akara Hacks Headcount
Switches direction and chops a third of its workforce in anticipation of a tough 2002
Does a recent insider spending spree signal better times for troubled component vendor?
Stock surges nigh on 20 percent on word from CEO Reyes that it will meet its quarter
EMC Sues Another Ex
It's set to launch a non-compete lawsuit against an employee who quit to join SANgate, a startup
For leading SAN OEM supplier, technology and standards will be key to breaking from SAN pack
McData Feels the Pinch
The company's revised revenues are up for Q3, but slowdown in OEM sales is pressuring EPS
NAS in a 'Snap'
Falling prices put NAS center stage, especially for workgroups