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Short Take: Hitachi upgrades storage product

Hitachi Data Systems has upgraded its top-end storage product, doubling the total capacity of the 7700E disk array to 6 terabytes by using larger individual hard disks within the product, the company said. Last week, Hewlett-Packard selected Hitachi to provide the 7700E hardware for its own storage initiative, under which HP will sell Hitachi systems under its own name. The 7700E connects to mainframes as well as servers running Unix, Windows NT, and NetWare.

Hitachi Data Systems has upgraded its top-end storage product, doubling the total capacity of the 7700E disk array to 6 terabytes by using larger individual hard disks within the product, the company said. Last week, Hewlett-Packard selected Hitachi to provide the 7700E hardware for its own storage initiative, under which HP will sell Hitachi systems under its own name. The 7700E connects to mainframes as well as servers running Unix, Windows NT, and NetWare.
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