Tag: netapp

NetApp pays US$870m for flash maker Solidfire 
NetApp immediately shelves flash product line.
 
NetApp will pay US$1.2 billion for SolidFire, sources claim 
 
Huawei aiming to catch EMC, IBM in storage market 
"We don't want to just be No.1 in China."
 
DiData, Westcon, VMtech win NetApp gold in Sydney 
Vendor praises 'passionate' partners as it bucks squeeze on storage sales.
 
Aussie partners score at NetApp awards 
[Photos] Who was at storage vendor's awards in Sydney on 12 November?
 
Behind Nexon's $5m evolution from comms to cloud 
How a Sydney telephony specialist built the full stack.
 
Sydney's VMtech scores NetApp gold in Vegas 
 
Flight Centre taps Interactive to keep the lights on 
Managed service provider takes over infrastructure.
 
NetApp on a high as FlexPod, flash, OnTap sell well 
 
NetApp targets EMC, HP with new $25k all-flash storage 
 
NetApp exec: partners' direct sales anxiety is "bullsh*t" 
Strong language to defend vendor's strategy.
 
NetApp ousts CEO 
No reason given for exit of 10-year veteran.
 
Around the stands at Gartner's Data Centre Summit 2015 
[Photos] See who was at the Hilton in Sydney yesterday.
 
Cisco to release Invicta storage blades, but avoids the word "storage" 
 
Storage vendors stay quiet on hard drive malware 
No word on implications of NSA firmware hack.
 
Ex-EMC and NetApp exec to head Australia for Violin Memory 
 
Distribution Central scores NetApp Star status 
Beats out Westcon as first Aussie distie in top tier.
 
Storage Q&A: Katana1 
With managing director Nick Russell.
 
NetApp ships more storage capacity, but revenue down 
 
Brocade snaps up Riverbed's SteelApp unit 
After NetApp acquired SteelStore business, Brocade is next in line.
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Issue: 345 | December 2015

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.