Hard Disk Enclosures
Buffalo launches TeraStation 5
The storage product targets the small business with its Atom processor and hard disk supply.
IBM makes magnetic data storage breakthrough
Tiny drives holding decent amounts of data may soon be available thanks to IBM's breakthrough.
EC clears Western Digital Hitachi deal
Merger approved as good for competition in storage market under the EU merger regulation.
Apple iMac 27-inch 2.7GHz Thunderbolt review
The most desirable of Apple's desktop computers has been updated with Sandy Bridge processors and dual Thunderbolt ports, but are these enough to just…
IBM Storwize V7000
The new Storwize V7000 is IBM’s first mid-range storage virtualisation platform that’s entirely its own creation. It brings together the best bits fro…
Dell and Intel push PCIe SSD standardisation group
A core of five tech giants are pushing standardisation of storage drives based on the PCIe standard with a new group. Could this group clash with Appl…
Apple iMac 27in review
Apple's iMac can now be had with a large 27in diameter display. We see how it performs.
IBM launches enterprise-level storage array
Continuing on its SSD push, IBM is releasing a new storage away featuring the much talked about technology.
iStorage DiskCrypt Mobile Review
If you're carrying sensitive data around on an unsecured portable hard disk, you're asking for trouble. iStorage's DiskCrypt Mobile wants to keep your…
HP launches 6Gb SAS drives
HP has launched a new range of 6Gb SAS drives, doubling system bandwidth to improve I/O and increase speed.
Buffalo announces its first portable SSD drive
Peripheral company releases first external hard drive based on solid-state disk (SSD) technology.
EXCLUSIVE - HP StorageWorks 2000 Modular Storage Arrays
Performance under load isn’t great but HP’s new IP and FC SAN appliances look good candidates for SMBs with small pockets.
EXCLUSIVE: IBM BladeCenter S
Blade servers are too noisy and impractical to have in the the office, right? IBM wants to change your thinking with the BladeCenter S series.
Fujitsu Siemens PRIMERGY BX600 S3 review
Fujitsu Siemens has been busy with its blade server as the BX600 S3 delivers plenty of new features including some unique quad-core Opteron server bla…
Rise of the storage robot
Company launches world's first storage "robot" that automatically sense and configures hard drives without user intervention.
CeBIT 2007: Supermicro to enter enterprise blade market
7u, 10 blade solution announced at CeBIT puts blades into the reach of smaller businesses and branch offices, as well as large data centres.