ARNnet: Startups Push Storage With a Twist
Oct 16, 2003, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Deni Connor)
[ Thanks to Matt for
this link. ]
"A handful of storage start-ups are developing software that
will let users guarantee the integrity, authenticity and rapid
accessibility of large amounts of data at a fraction of the cost of
traditional storage arrays.
"Cluster File Systems Inc., Panasas Inc., Permabit Inc. and
Reference Information Systems Inc. (RIS) are among the vendors
creating software that runs on industry-standard server clusters,
and uses objects to track and store content-addressable and other
data, and make chunks of it readily available..."