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Getting ready for a storage rebound

Despite opinions that the storage industry is too crowded and will perform poorly, major players are making product plans and investments.

Despite opinions that the storage industry is too crowded and will perform poorly, major players are making product plans and investments. Seagate's IPO, meanwhile, reflects pessimism on Wall Street.


update The disk-drive maker has a lackluster start in its initial public offering, with shares falling from their opening price.
December 11, 2002


The company releases a new storage system Wednesday to sharpen competition with leading rival Network Appliance and to simplify its own engineering.
December 11, 2002


Researchers are contemplating a new technology to replace the removable memory being built into millions of consumer devices.
December 10, 2002


Sun Microsystems' first blade servers will appear early in 2003, carrying the initial elements of the company's N1 plan to make large complexes of computers behave like a single resource.
December 10, 2002


Shrugging off concerns that the storage market is too crowded, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison has pledged $100 million to Pillar Data Systems, which is aiming to launch its first products next year.
December 10, 2002

previous coverage

The storage market continued to limp along in the third quarter, with market researcher IDC predicting that no rebound is imminent.
December 6, 2002