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Fusion-io: An enterprise SAN in your hand

At DEMOfall 07, Fusion-io introduced the next big thing in storage, a NAND flash PCI Express card with up to 640 gigabytes that offers performance at DRAM bandwidth, a thousand times faster than a disk drive, according to David Flynn, CTO and co-founder of the company. "The ioDrive collapses an enterprise SAN to a PCI Express card," he said.

September 25, 2007 by Dan Farber

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Amazon launches DRM-free MP3 store

Amazon on Tuesday launched a beta of its DRM-free music store with two million songs available. The effort is the latest in several milestones pointing to the death of digital rights management software for music.

September 25, 2007 by

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PlanHQ: Collaborative business planning

PlanHQ has a focused plan--to provide startups, established businesses, investors and advisors with a customizable, on demand planning tool. It's not exactly project management with Gantt charts or an Excel spreadsheet, but more of a living, breathing wiki that captures and manages the elements that make up a strategic plan.

September 25, 2007 by Dan Farber

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The Google express train

The Google train keeps coming. If you extrapolate from all the reporting, Google is going to out Facebook Facebook, suck out all the ad revenue from newspapers, gradually reformat the telco business model, virtualize the earth at Second Life's expense and take Microsoft and Yahoo out.

September 24, 2007 by Dan Farber

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LongJump debuts Web applications catalog

LongJump has joined the parade of companies building development platforms and marketplaces for collaborative, Web-based business applications aimed at SMBs. At DEMOfall 07 the company launched 14 applications ranging from customer service to human resource management.

September 24, 2007 by Dan Farber

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