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Barracuda goes live with cloud storage in Australia 
Dell ups ante in flash storage market 
Claims big price savings for all-flash solution.
HP claims price breakthrough with new storage products 
Seagate enters rackmount NAS market 
HP on comeback trail: storage sales spike 
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Highest growth rate of entire industry, says Gartner.
Seagate Business Storage  8-Bay Rackmount NAS 
Seagate’s first rack NAS appliance fills its compact 1U chassis with eight drive bays
Fujitsu releases new Eternus DX Series storage systems 
NetApp unveils new enterprise storage 
Delivers its first fabric-attached storage platform.
Pure Storage cuts costs of keeping flash up to date 
Says 'Forever Flash' program will disrupt sales model.
Flash player: Cloud Solutions Group & Nimble Storage 
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This Melbourne and Sydney reseller hails Nimble's simplicity.
How storage resellers are escaping the commodity trap 
11 storage products that turned heads at CES 2014 
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From NAS to SSD, personal cloud and more.
Aussie flash milestone as Tigerair picks local Pure Storage partner 
Nimble Storage has wildly successful IPO 
Sony reimagines the humble USB stick 
Double-whammy with Android in mind.
More evidence of the $3bn flash boom 
Vendor sees bumper sales of flash at disk prices.
Helium-filled HDDs: a data-centre game changer? 
Increases capacity and durability while lowering long-term costs.
Vocus expands data centre operations 
New Zealand expansion complete with Melbourne development underway.
Firefox switches off plugins - except Flash 
Preview version no longer activates plugins automatically.
Apple refreshes iMac computers  
Even faster with upgrades to processors and storage.
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Issue: 326 | April 2014

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.