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by Adam Armstrong

EMC Introduces VNX-VSS100 And Isilon Enhancements For Surveillance Storage

Today EMC Corporation is introducing its new purpose-built storage system solution for surveillance needs at the edge, the VNX-VSS100. Along with the VNX-VSS100 array, EMC is also announcing new capabilities for its Isilon scale-out NAS storage, new test and validation capabilities in its labs, and expanded partnerships with security solution providers such as Axis, Genetec, Milestone, Verint, and others.

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by Adam Armstrong

CloudLink And EMC Collaborate To Deliver Secure Disaster Recovery In The Cloud

Today, CloudLink Technologies has collaborated with EMC Corporation to integrate CloudLink's SecureVSA with EMC's RecoverPoint. The collaboration will enable customers to leverage the cloud for their disaster recovery needs. 

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by Lyle Smith

Dell Announces New Hardware and Software Solutions at OpenWorld 2014

Dell has announced a series of new solutions across its enterprise infrastructure and software portfolios at Oracle OpenWorld that focus on helping customers to simplify the deployment of Oracle-based solutions--from mid-sized to large scale enterprises.

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by Lyle Smith

Seagate Surveillance HDDs Hit GA

Seagate has announced that their Surveillance HDD, the industry's first dedicated surveillance HDD, is now generally available. Featuring Seagate Rescue services, the company's new HDD is built specifically for surveillance and video analytics applications and employs data recovery services designed to restore data from malice or accidental failure, keeping systems in the field longer and reducing post deployment expenses.

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by Adam Armstrong

Barracuda Releases SignNow Version 4.0

Barracuda Networks Inc. has announced the general availability of the latest version of their appliance that allows businesses to obtain signatures from employees, customers, and partners, Barracuda SignNow version 4.0. The new version release comes as part of Barracuda's Protection Plus initiative.

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by Adam Armstrong

EMC Announces General Availability Of VMAX3

EMC has announced the general availability of VMAX3, what they are calling “the world’s first Enterprise Data Service Platform.” As we previous said when EMC announced the VMAX family re-architecture, VMAX's enterprise data service model is an approach that can incorporate cloud access, data mobility, and data protection directly with local VMAX arrays. VMAX3 is built on the company’s HYPERMAX OS and EMC’s Dynamic Virtual Matrix architecture.

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by Brian Beeler

Pure Storage Pounces on EMC XtremIO 3.0 Destructive Upgrade

There's little Pure Storage likes more than to pour salt into an EMC wound, smash it in there real nice and tight and secure the wound with a staple gun. As is the case now as Pure continues their onslaught against EMC around the XtremIO 3.0 destructive update. While EMC is providing swing gear and services at no cost to customers who need it while migrating to XtremIO 3.0, Pure is also getting in on the swing gear game. Their take is that while you're migrating to temporary gear anyway, why not give Pure a test drive while you're at it. 

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by Lyle Smith

Diablo Technologies Files Lawsuit Against Netlist

Diablo Technologies has announced is has filed a lawsuit in the United States District Court against Netlist, producer of high-performance modular memory subsystems, for unfair business practices that violate Diablo’s Intellectual Property rights.  

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by Lyle Smith

Samsung SM1715 3.2TB NVMe PCIe SSDs Now in Production

Samsung has announced that it has started mass producing the SM1715 3.2TB NVMe PCIe solid state drive based on the company’s 3D V-NAND flash memory technology, which is specifically designed for high-end enterprise server systems. Samsung has indicated that it SM1715 will accelerate the transition to the NVMe interface in the premium server sector, all the while expanding its 3D V-NAND SSD business to offer drives with more than 3TB of storage.

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by Adam Armstrong

NetApp Releases StorageGRID Webscale Software

NetApp has released its software-defined object storage for the hybrid cloud, StorageGRID Webscale object-storage software. StorageGRID Webscale object-storage software is aimed at helping businesses leverage the hybrid cloud, allowing them to manage massive data-sets (enabling IT to store up to 100 billion objects in a single elastic container), reduce costs, and secure data management. The new software adds seamless integration of cloud applications with Amazon S3 and SNIA's CDMI support.

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