Posts Tagged ‘storage’
Hewlett-Packard Co. this week is taking aim at the growing storage needs of cash-strapped smaller businesses with a new SMB-focused storage system and an updated channel program to help resellers get the wares into the hands of their clients.
The storage vendor will offer unified management and related services not only to its own hardware, but also that of storage rivals and, ultimately, any generic storage gear.
Fresh off the launch of its channel program and a bump in venture capital funding last month, Egnyte announces a deal with NetApp that will see the file-sharing and synchronization specialist’s services sold through NetApp’s legion of resellers.
Hybrid-storage specialist Tegile Systems has inked a new distribution deal that could make the vendor’s critically-acclaimed storage wares more broadly available to resellers, particularly in public-sector deals.
The software-defined storage (SDS) market is suffering “constrained growth” because suppliers are confused about what it actually means, according to IDC.
Big Blue said it would spend the nine-figure sum on research and development to design, create and integrate new flash solutions into its servers, storage systems and middleware.
Cloud backup and disaster recovery firm Acronis launched its Small Office: Cloud Server Backup product, aimed squarely at the smallest of the small SMBs — the home office worker. It’s a release that signals a mental channel shift around security and data protection as the number of remote workers continues to grow.
sTec officials said this week they will make their full line of solid-state storage solutions available directly to enterprise customers as well as through reseller partners in a newly-minted channel program.
DataCore Software, a specialist in storage virtualization solutions, is revamping its Americas channel program to engage with select partners focused on building value-oriented practices.
Dell’s regulatory filings reveal the company is forecasting a steady revenue decline in core PC business and that enterprise acquisitions haven’t yielded strong returns. Dell is fast becoming a case study of how challenging change is to implement.