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  • 2e2 duets with Violin Memory

    2e2 has partnered up with flash memory vendor Violin Memory to help its customers access flash memory arrays. 

  • Thai floods just a memory for resurgent WD

    Six months after losing its hard disk drive crown to Seagate when its Thai facilities were flooded, Western Digital (WD) is again sitting pretty on top of the global hard disk drive market. 

  • ANS proclaims i3 FlexPod architecture massive success

    Manchester-based services provider ANS Group has proclaimed its Infrastructure 3.0 (i3) proposition a rip-roaring success after powering to record profits and sales during the financial year ending 31 March. 

  • Big data management is big business for resellers with the right expertise

    To optimise the potential benefits of big data, organisations need help to manage it effectively, writes Andrew Carr. 

  • ISO accreditation for CompTIA and SNIA

    IT skills certification provider, CompTIA, and the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) have had their CompTIA Storage+ powered by SNIA certification accredited by the ISO. 

  • Polish up your storage expertise

    There are lucrative opportunities for partners which have a good understanding of their customers and deliver value around complicated storage solutions. Billy MacInnes reports. 

  • Selling storage to the SME sector

    Comms-care's Darren Briscoe looks at some SME storage scenarios and explores how resellers can leverage this market. 

  • HP plunges to $8.9bn loss

    Hewlett-Packard has posted an enormous $8.9bn (£5.6bn) loss in the third quarter of its fiscal 2012. 

  • Dell taps HP’s Haas as PC revenues fade fast

    In a clear signal of its future intentions Dell has hired ex-HP Networking boss Marius Haas to run its enterprise unit, as its PC business struggles. 

  • Brocade boss bails on a high

    Longstanding Brocade CEO Michael Klayko has decided to call it a day after the networking and storage firm posted across the board rises in sales and operating and net profit.