Cisco Systems on Tuesday posted solid if unspectacular revenue growth for its fiscal fourth quarter, reporting sales of US$10.4 billion, up 10 percent from a year earlier, despite economic weakness in some parts of the world.
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EMC's revenue grew 18 percent in the second quarter ended June 30, a result the company attributed to massive growth in the data enterprises need to store.
Storage networking company Brocade Communications Systems has agreed to acquire enterprise LAN vendor Foundry Networks for approximately US$3 billion, the companies announced Monday.
Two classes of tape storage are jumping to higher densities this week, potentially saving time and money at enterprises as well as small and medium-size businesses.
With many organizations scrambling to meet exploding demand for storage capacity without constantly expanding their IT staffs, Sun Microsystems continues to push open-source software as a solution, along with a new series of storage arrays and a hybrid server-storage platform.
Mobile e-mail and calendar vendor Visto has chalked up one legal win as it heads toward a patent-infringement trial against Research In Motion that is set to begin on Monday.
The One Laptop Per Child Project and Microsoft plan to make both Windows and Linux available on a version of the project's XO laptop, the companies said Thursday.
Cisco Systems revenue rose more than 10 percent in the company's fiscal third quarter, though its net income fell due to an acquisition charge and other one-time factors.
To help IT departments prepare for the coming onslaught of data, HP this week introduced a platform that combines storage and computing in one rack with a single file system and management console.
Nortel Networks reported growing revenue for the first quarter of this year and said its recovery plan is on track, even as it posted another loss.
The MozyHome online backup service became generally available on Thursday after a long beta test and the acquisition of its creator by EMC.
Seagate announced Tuesday that it has shipped 1 billion hard drives since pioneering an industry that shows no signs of slowing down 29 years later.
Security and wide-area network acceleration company Blue Coat Systems has made a deal to buy Packeteer, a longtime WAN optimization vendor, for about US$268 million (NZ$377 million)
Cisco Systems' Linksys brand may disappear sooner than expected, according to a top executive for small business at the company, although he wouldn't say how quickly.
Samsung Electronics and several other vendors at the National Association of Broadcasters show this week are demonstrating a pending mobile TV broadcasting standard that had been forecast for completion last year.