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Instant storage cloud: just add Atmos

EMC has added a self-service capability to Atmos so that service providers can add a cloud storage offering to their services – because they don't have to write their own user-metering modules. EMC says that its Atmos Cloud Delivery Platform (ACDP) has end-user identity provisioning along with reporting on bandwidth and …
Chris Mellor, 14 Dec 2010

Redstor schools the cloud with EMC's ATMOS

UK-based cloud backup provider Redstor is moving into cloud storage using EMC's Atmos hardware and software and a data centre build out programme. Reading-based Redstor has three main businesses: reselling, managed backup and data protection services, and cloud backup. Regarding the managed services, co-founder Tony Ruane said …
Chris Mellor, 9 Dec 2010
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Storage startup busts object location barrier

File system trees are inefficient and slow when locating files in a filespace occupied by billions of files and folders. Storing the data as objects in a flat storage space is becoming a recommended alternative. But, as soon as you go for object storage to defeat this file system tree traverse problem, you face a fresh problem: …
Chris Mellor, 2 Nov 2010

Dell bulks up on EMC products

Dell will supply additional EMC products this year, confounding speculation that ties between the two were weakening. It's been noted by analysts such as Stifel Niklaus' Aaron Rakers that Dell could be selling relatively fewer EMC CLARiiON drive arrays as its EqualLogic iSCSI SAN business booms. This has prompted thoughts …
Chris Mellor, 26 Jan 2010
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Peer 1 setting up Atmos cloud storage

Hundreds of terabytes of EMC's Atmos storage are going to be used by Peer 1, a North American hosting company, in a cloud storage service. Atmos is EMC's dedicated storage platform for storage in the cloud as opposed to direct-attach storage (DAS), network-attached storage (NAS), and storage area network (SAN) arrays. Peer 1 …
Chris Mellor, 14 Dec 2009
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EMC outs Atmos compute cloud

EMC has been growing its profile in the IT sector, expanding beyond storage and obliquely into servers and software for some time. Now, it's getting ready to take a slightly more direct shot at the server biz with a forthcoming compute cloud offering under the Atmos brand, now in beta. The company announced its Atmos storage …

Cisco and EMC allegedly sitting in tree, K-I-S-S-I-N-G

Rumours in the lead up to VMworld 2009 next week are suggesting that Cisco and EMC have formed a joint venture company, to market a jointly-developed product. According to a person somewhat familiar with the situation, the JV company is hiring sales reps to sell the product. This is not the 3-way Cisco-EMC-VMware deal …
Chris Mellor, 26 Aug 2009
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Emulex cloud storage gateway revealed

Updated An EMC technical consultant blogger - Dave Graham - has revealed details of an Emulex SAN fabric cloud gateway concept. The ES3 conceptual device is a SAN fabric-resident entity that represents itself as virtual SAS or Fibre Channel disks to accessing host servers, and is just another volume I/O target in the SAN. However, …
Chris Mellor, 19 Jun 2009

Atmos cloud wafts up at EMC World

More storage clouds are drifting into view - EMC has launched Atmos onLine, its Storage-as-a-Service offering based on its own Atmos storage products. Cloud storage can be seen as a potentially inexhaustible logical disk with access on a pay-as-you-go basis over the internet. Atmos is EMC software that stores billions of …
Chris Mellor, 20 May 2009

EMC's cloud technology erupts into view

Maui is erupting and its product is called Atmos. This is pretty appropriate as it's a cloud computing product and Atmos is atmosphere minus the spherical bit. It's not a blow-your-socks-off eruption like Mount St Helens - it's more like one of those Hawaiian volcanoes that just start up and steadily pour out lava. In fact EMC …
Chris Mellor, 10 Nov 2008

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