Hewlett-Packard is to introduce several new storage, virtualization, PC, printing and services offerings in an effort to capture a larger share of the Small and Midsize Business (SMB) market.
The move comes as the company begins consultations on cutting nearly six thousand European jobs, including 850 in the UK and Germany.
Enciris Technologies has unveiled HD video compression technology aimed at solving problems with reducing bandwidth and storage requirements.
The LT-100 is a Windows Media Video/ VC-1 HD video acquisition and compression board.
Most industries acknowledge that increasing IT Storage needs is a fact of life even in the face of economic downturn.
Newer and more efficient ways of optimizing existing storage facilities are being explored as budgets are tight and capital outlay has been squeezed, writes Samantha Sai for storage.biz-news.
Cisco has launched a mainstream data center computing platform – Unified Computing System (UCS) – that promises to seamlessly integrate processor, storage and network systems in a virtualised architecture.
The move pits the networking equipment market leader against the world’s largest systems vendors, including HP, IBM, Dell, Fujitsu and others.
Symantec, makers of Norton security software, has announced the availability of an online backup service.
Norton Online Backup, which automatically stores files and digital assets, is the first Web-based consumer offering delivered by Norton.
Adaptec has appointed Scott Cleland as its director of marketing.
With nearly 25 years of storage experience and nearly 10 years of senior-level marketing experience, Cleland will lead Adaptec’s global marketing activities for the company’s Adaptec-branded products.
The new year is firmly underway and time is running out for you to submit your nominations and votes for storage.biz-news’ 2008 Man and Product of the Year awards.
But with voting expected to be close in both award categories there’s plenty of opportunity for latecomers to make their mark.
Hitachi Global Storage Technologies has appointed Steven Campbell as Chief Technology Officer.
Campbell will have global responsibility for all aspects of the company’s product development and technical vision.
Memory cards provide the greatest revenue of all mobile phone add-ons, according ABI Research.
This is despite cellular handset accessories such as chargers and batteries shipping far more units in what is today a USD $58 billion industry.
The rush to release the first Terabyte SSD continues with Toshiba’s announcement of a 2.5-inch 512GB NAND-based model.
Market analysts expect SSDs will account for 10 per cent of the market for notebook computer storage by 2010, and 25 per cent by 2012.