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EMC to unveil high-end array

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Jan 25, 20062 mins
Data Center

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EMC to unveil high-end array, 01/24/06

EMC is expected to announce Thursday an ultra-high-end storage array for customers with the largest storage needs.

IBM acquires CIMS Lab, 01/25/06Continuing its own trend to buy instead of build technology, IBM Wednesday announced it had acquired CIMS Lab, which makes software that tracks the usage of computing resources in virtualized technology environments.CA profit up as revenue inches upward, 01/24/06

CA turned in a third-quarter profit nearly twice last year’s total, as CA’s overhauled management team continues working to rebuild the software company’s business. Revenue during the quarter rose 5% from the year-ago quarter, living up to management’ …

Weblog: EMC to debut high-end array, 01/24/06

At an event in London on Thursday at 8:00 ET, EMC is expected to debut the largest of its Symmetrix DMX arrays. The company announced last summer that a 1,920-drive DMX behemoth would be available in the first half of 2006. This array will also have …

Symantec president Gary Bloom resigns, 01/24/06

Symantec announced Tuesday that Gary Bloom, its vice chairman and president, will step down from his post by March.

EMC: Profit dips in Q4 due to one-time charges, 01/24/06

Profit at data-storage company EMC tumbled in the fourth quarter due to charges for, among other things, cutting jobs and repatriating income earned abroad.

Weblog: Bloom departs, 01/24/06

In a not totally unexpected move, Gary Bloom, president and vice chairman of Symantec, is leaving the company. Bloom, formerly the CEO of Veritas, which was acquired by Symantec in 2004, will leave the company by the end of March. Bloom is not …