Enterprises grappling with rocketing end-user storage requirements could soon benefit from 100GB DVD-sized optical disks and 10GB credit card-sized drives, thanks to pioneering fluorescent multi-layer disk (FMD) technology from Constellation 3D (C3D). Full story to follow.
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Brocade Communications shares tumbled 16 points, or 15 percent, to 94 1/4 at midday Monday after USB Piper Jaffray cut the maker of equipment for storage area networks from a "buy" recommendation to a "hold." Analyst Ashok Kumar downgraded Brocade (Nasdaq: BRCD) after privately held Nishan Systems rolled out a rival product that could erode its head start in this burgeoning market.
Microsoft and storage vendor CommVaultSystems Inc. on Wednesday extended an existing strategic alliance between the two companies.
Storage maker Iomega announced Monday that President and CEO Bruce Albertson has resigned because of disagreements with the company's board of directors. In a statement, Iomega Chairman David J.
Today's lineup includes versions 4 of Macromedia Dreamweaver and Fireworks; digital-camera storage from SmartDisk and Microtech; Version 4.0 of Mixman StudioPro, Beatnik's consumer "DJ remixing software"; a portable projector from Epson; USB headsets from Plantronics; a FireWire Webcam from ADS Technologies; and a rewrite to Contact Keeper, Koingo's low-cost address-book application.
Network Appliance shares fell 18percent Wednesday after the network storage providerforecast slower sales growth along with second-quarterresults. Full story.
Replay Networks Inc. on Tuesday will launch a new model of its personal video recorder with double the storage capacity.
Brocade Communications Systems, maker of switches for Fibre Channel storage area networks, posted fiscal fourth-quarter net income of $27.2 million, or 22 cents per share.
Online storage company Myspace.com has ceased its free storage service, prompting many of its customers to scramble to retrieve their digital files before they are deleted.
Today's lineup includes the debut of QPS' Que!LS-240 SuperDisk removable storage drive; ReadMe Designer 1.