CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Christmas Gift Guide
Tech Industry

Software maker FalconStor goes public

FalconStor, a Melville, N.Y., company that sells software to make data storage systems more useful, has become a publicly traded company through a reverse merger with Network Peripherals, the company said Thursday. FalconStor will trade on the Nasdaq market under the symbol FALC. FalconStor's software, IPStor, released in the second quarter of 2001, lets administrators unify pools of storage devices into larger virtual storage systems. The software enables features such as backup or mirroring of data on different storage systems.

FalconStor, a Melville, N.Y., company that sells software to make data storage systems more useful, has become a publicly traded company through a reverse merger with Network Peripherals, the company said Thursday. FalconStor will trade on the Nasdaq market under the symbol FALC.

FalconStor's software, IPStor, released in the second quarter of 2001, lets administrators unify pools of storage devices into larger virtual storage systems. The software enables features such as backup or mirroring of data on different storage systems.