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Actona Acquisition by Cisco - Opinion

On June 29th, Cisco Systems announced their intentions to acquire Actona Technologies, a leading emerging player in the Wide-Area File Services (WAFS) product category, for $82 million. Taneja Group has played an early and vocal role the emergence of this market, fully anticipating eventual M&A activity to hit WAFS players. But even we are surprised with the speedy evolution of this space represented by the Cisco-Actona deal.

 

Publish date: 08/01/04
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Taneja Group WAFS ROI White Paper

Over the past year, Taneja Group has been closely tracking the development of the Wide Area File Services (WAFS) market. Based on the level of interest from the end user community, there is now little question that this product segment solves legitimate technical and business challenges for the distributed enterprise.

 

Publish date: 07/01/04
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EMC Centera File Systems - Technology Brief

Disk-based archiving answers many challenges in the enterprise, but this strong new trend also creates many new questions for end users. Specifically, because of their distinct architectural approaches. Taneja Group sees some confusion regarding the question of whether to deploy a traditional file system or an object storage (e.g. Content Addressed Storage, or CAS) approach in support of an enterprise archival initiative.

 

Publish date: 06/11/04
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Taneja Group Field Adoption Report-Quantum DX-Series

In the third quarter of 2003, Taneja Group completed a comprehensive end user analysis of next generation data protection trends, focusing on disk-based backup and restore technologies. To collect our data, we conducted interviews with 235 North American IT executives and managers. This statistically significant survey enabled Taneja Group to develop the industry’s first glimpse into the overall landscape and future trajectory of disk-based data protection.

 

Publish date: 06/01/04
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AOM Category - Technology Brief

The growth of unstructured or “fixed content” data in the enterprise has led to the emergence of a new software category that Taneja Group calls Archive Object Management (AOM). Emerging in response to the shortcomings of traditional file system and storage architectures, AOM solutions leverage distributed object software models to create high scale, self-managing archival repositories.

 

Publish date: 04/01/04
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EGA Opinion

A number of prominent technology vendors have joined together to form the Enterprise Grid Alliance (EGA), a new, open consortium dedicated to promoting grid computing architectures in commercial enterprises through a combination of interoperability, open standards, and best practices initiatives. The initial EGA Board consists of EMC, Fujitsu Siemens Computers, HP, Intel, NEC, Network Appliance, Oracle and Sun Microsystems.

 

Publish date: 04/01/04
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