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Samsung Spins 512GB Solid State Disk

Samsung announced what appears to be its first 512GB SSD (solid state disk), utilizing & high-performance toggle-mode& DDR NAND flash. The device provides three times the performance of a typical hard disk drive, and extends battery life even further than previous SSDs, the company claims....

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Storage Management with an LVM GUI

Have you been looking for open-source storage management tools that are easy to use and provide a graphical representation of your storage. Alas, there are no comprehensive tools but there are graphical tools that you can pair with command-line wizardry, particularly LVM.

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Cisco Tailors Network Storage for Small Business

The new Smart Series of storage products includes integrated applications.

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Review: CloudPlug Wall Wart Backs Up Linux

Tiny wall wart computers are everywhere, providing useful services, ease of use, and using little power. Paul Ferrill reviews the CloudPlug, a cross-platform, expandable backup server for both local and offsite storage.
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Hitachi Offering Unified Computing Stack

With the announcement of a new unified computing platform, Hitachi Data Systems becomes the latest firm to offer an integrated IT stack, including blade servers, storage, networking and orchestration software.
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