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Companies rethink plans in storage race

The growing market for data storage hardware prompts old companies to try new tricks, as Cisco jumps into storage networking, and Intel and Dell make storage announcements.

The growing market for data storage hardware prompts old companies to try new tricks, as Cisco Systems jumps into storage networking, Intel announces it will open the source code of its new storage networking software and Dell Computer tweaks its high-end storage products to make them work with hardware from competitors. Cisco, Lucent jump into storage networking
Sending data between computers and storage systems has been a job handled by a few companies, but that's changing as new technology lets networking giants get into the act.
April 9, 2001, 1:10 p.m. PT 
Intel tries open source for storage standard
The chipmaker will share the source code for new storage technology in hopes that freely available technology will speed the adoption of new, less expensive storage networks.
April 9, 2001, 1:15 p.m. PT 
Dell adopts storage competitors' recipe
update The computer giant's high-end storage wares now work with Windows servers from IBM, Compaq and HP.
April 9, 2001, 9:00 a.m. PT