TechWeb: Seagate Aims Linux Appliances At ASPsApr 06, 2000, 22:46 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Joseph F. Kovar)
"Seagate...plans to introduce a suite of Linux-based server appliances starting with a storage appliance to be co-developed with Mountain View, Calif.-based Cobalt...."
"The agreement between the two companies calls for Seagate to have access to Cobalt's worldwide installed base of service providers for co-marketing of the coming products. They will also be available through Seagate's normal distribution channels, as well as via a direct sales force the company is starting to work with, said Valerie Nagler, vice president of business development at the ISG."
"Seagate is one of the last of the major hard-drive vendors to enter the storage systems market. IBM...has had enterprise storage subsystems as well as network-attached storage (NAS) products for some time."
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