Micron Technology plunged headfirst into the nascent solid state drive marketplace this week with the unveiling of its RealSSD family of storage devices.
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Analysts said that SAP's move to part with key executives at its TomorrowNow subsidiary is likely an attempt to repair a public image that has been tarnished by allegations that TomorrowNow employees illegally downloaded confidential data from Oracle's Web site.
TomorrowNow CEO Andrew Nelson and several of his senior managers abruptly resigned from the SAP subsidiary on Monday.
The top executives of Sun Microsystems and Dell joined forces at the Oracle OpenWorld user conference on Wednesday to unveil an agreement that lets Dell offer Sun's Solaris operating system on its PowerEdge servers.
Oracle Corp. executives responsible for product development across the company joined together at the Oracle OpenWorld user conference on Tuesday to shed some light on current marching orders concerning Oracle's application, database and middleware technology future.
Oracle executives responsible for product development across the company joined together at Oracle OpenWorld user conference on Tuesday to shed some light on current marching orders concerning Oracle's application, database and middleware technology future.
Intel on Tuesday introduced the Intel Entry Storage System SS4200x, its new channel-distributed storage product built for small-to-midsize businesses and home offices.
As Microsoft readies the launch of a second version of its Data Protection Manager storage technology, users disagree on whether it will boost the vendor's position among corporate storage administrators.
Seagate Technology has agreed to settle a lawsuit by offering customers who purchased a hard drive from the company during the last six years a cash refund or free backup and recovery software.
Western Digital this week announced that it has begun shipping its new WD Scorpio 2.5-in. SATA hard drive to computer manufacturers.
Responsible for steering the course of EMC's security franchise, Art Coviello, executive vice president of EMC's RSA Security division, says the unit will eventually contribute US$2 billion to EMC's annual revenue. In a recent interview with Computerworld, Coviello talked about a balance between storage and security needs, why administrators focused only on "dumb storage" are a dying breed and why selling risk needs no justification.
Samsung Electronics announced that it has built a 64Gbit NAND flash memory chip.
The Electronic Discovery Reference Model standards group Tuesday unveiled an XML-based standard that it says will allow documents transfer through the systems of multiple vendors during the various stages of e-discovery.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies Monday unveiled the new Deskstar P7K500 desktop hard drive, which it claims cuts power requirements by up to 40 percent over its predecessor T7K500 offering.
Combining backup software and de-duplication technology within virtual server environments can help companies better deal with exploding data growth, according to users attending Computerworld's Storage Networking World conference in the US last week.