Enterprise IT Planet: Xiotech Opens Up
Apr 13, 2005, 11:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Paul Shread)
"Xiotech, the largest privately-held storage company, has
abandoned its proprietary platforms in favor of industry-standard
and open source technologies.
"The company, a 9-year-old Seagate spin-off that generates about
$100 million in annual revenues and boasts nearly 1,400 customers,
announced its first product this week in a new direction: the
Magnitude 3D 3000, which uses Intel Xeon chips and Linux..."
MAGNITUDE Supports Linux Operating System(Jun 28, 1999)