Just a few months ago, Sun Microsystems revealed the availability of its new Unified Storage System – the Sun Storage 7000 family.
Described as the world’s first Open Storage Appliance, Sun claims the Storage 7000 family is the "biggest thing to happen to storage in decades", writes Samantha Sai for storage-biz-news.
Skype has announced that it is to integrate Skype functionality with IBM’s LotusLive.
The new cloud services from IBM are designed to help individuals build communities to work more effectively and efficiently across and beyond their own companies.
Digital Realty Trust, the world’s largest wholesale datacentre provider, has been recognised for "Innovation in an Outsourced Environment" by the prestigious Datacentre Leaders’ 2008 Awards.
Digital Realty Trust received the honor for a Turn-Key Datacentre that Digital Realty Trust delivered to IBM to support growth of the company’s hosting business in France.
IBM is to to buy Transitive in an acquisition intended to help its customers cut costs.
Once the deal is completed, IBM is expected to move the virtualization software company’s California personnel to one of IBM’s local sites.
Research and development staff located in Manchester, UK, will remain at their current facilities.
IBM is to introduce a cheaper and less powerful version of it storage virtualization software for use by small and medium sized (SMB) businesses.
The System Storage SAN Volume Controller (SVC) software is designed to help improve storage utilization rates, energy efficiency, administrator productivity, availability, and scalability of critical applications.