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Roundup: EMC Prevails, Wins Data Domain

Yesterday morning we wondered “Is The Data Domain Saga Over?” The DDUP deal was indeed over by the end of the day, as original suitor NetApp (NTAP) said it would not compete with the enhanced $33.50 a share bid announced Monday by EMC Corp. (EMC) Read More

ParaScale: Cloud Storage for Providers

In this video, ParaScale CEO Sajai Krishnan spoke with us about ParaScale’s offering and the potential for its software to help service providers build their own cloud storage offering to retain customers who might otherwise look to Amazon and S3. Read More

Is the Data Domain Saga Over?

After EMC Corp. (EMC) raised its bid for Data Domain (DDUP) to $33.50, a major DDUP shareholder believes NetApp (NTAP) is unlikely to respond with a higher offer, and has begun selling shares. Read More

From the Moon to the Cloud

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, shown here in an illustration by a NASA artist, will take lunar images that will be backed up by the Nirvanix cloud storage platform.

High-definition images of the moon shot by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) satellite are being backed up on the the Nirvanix Storage Delivery Network, a cloud storage solution developed by Nirvanix.

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NetApp Raises Bid for Data Domain

NetApp (NTAP) has countered EMC’s takeover bid for Data Domain (DDUP) with a revised offer of $30 a share in cash and stock. The new offer matches the price per share put forth by EMC (EMC). Read More

The Battle for Data Domain

It’s the Day After for the storage industry as it digests EMC’s bombshell $1.8 billion bid for Data Domain (DDUP), topping a $1.5 billion offer from NetApp. Here’s a roundup of some of the notable commentary. Read More

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