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Disk Hasn't Killed Tape Yet

For years, articles have predicted the death of tape storage. Virtual tape libraries (VTLs) and other disk-based backup strategies have been held up as more efficient, faster and so on.
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Storage Vendors Cut Costs With Open Source

Nexenta and ParaScale are using open source software and commodity hardware to slash storage costs for enterprises.
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Cloud Storage Concepts and Challenges

Cloud Storage -- while perhaps not the best label ever invented -- holds promise for the massive future storage requirements looming on the horizon. And does it at a very good price/performance ratio. This article takes a quick look at the concepts and the challenges of Cloud Storage.
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Why Cloud Storage Use Could Be Limited in Enterprises

Bandwidth and data integrity issues could limit enterprise use of external storage clouds.
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Intel Wants Servers to Have Open FCoE Inside

As part of Open-FCoE, Intel is leading an effort to make FCoE native to Linux and is literally giving away its code to accomplish that.
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