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Melbourne University trials unified storage
Aims to consolidate archive, research needs.
Oct 2 2012 2:00PM
Universities mull public cloud for 100PB data network
Data centres selected for $50 million project.
May 1 2012 11:45AM
Darwin company opens 'tropical cloud'
Area9 becomes VMware Australia's third vCloud Powered certified partner.
Sep 23 2011 1:54PM
EDS veteran becomes Cisco's first COO
To drive accountability as HP snaps at heels.
Feb 25 2011 6:53AM
Epworth HealthCare trades up to Hitachi storage
Ditches "$600,000-plus" EMC kit.
Nov 15 2010 6:41AM
Hitachi ditches monolithic storage
Pitches modular storage to cloud providers.
Sep 27 2010 11:32PM
Queensland Brain Institute inks Hitachi storage contract
Replaces Tier1 disk.
Aug 18 2010 5:37AM
Hitachi eyes cloud JVs in Australia
Based on new compute platform.
Apr 20 2010 6:00AM
Pod data centre wins over Centrelink
Canberra Data Centres calls for an "end to the raised floor data centre".
Mar 25 2010 6:34AM
Hitachi leaves ‘cloud’ to likes of Optus, Vigabyte
Hitachi Data Systems is unlikely to follow other storage vendors into the cloud storage market directly, preferring to provide the infrastructure underpinning the likes of Optus and Vigabyte instead.
Apr 3 2009 1:14PM
Hitachi admits to price-fixing LCD screens
Hitachi has become the latest electronics manufacturer to be fined in a price fixing conspiracy that dates back as far as 2001.
Mar 11 2009 1:23PM
Hitachi seeks to grow vein-scanning operation
Hitachi Australia is unfazed by slow local uptake and the emergence of a competitor as it seeks to further roll out vein-scanning technology in the competitive field of biometric security.
Feb 27 2009 10:54AM
Review: Hitachi ID Systems ID-Archive
The Hitachi ID-Archive sets its focus on password randomisation.
Nov 25 2008 4:25PM
RSA '08: Hitachi expands security portfolio acquires M-Tech Information Technology
Hitachi today announced it has acquired a majority interest in Canadian based identity management software and services vendor M-Tech Information Technology as it broadens it's place in the security space.
Apr 10 2008 2:55PM
Hitachi’s service oriented strategy behind VTL solution
Hitachi Data Systems claimed its service oriented storage strategy (SOSS) differentiates Hitachi virtual tape library (VTL) data de-duplication offerings in the local market.
Mar 31 2008 1:14PM
Hitachi tackles rogue corporate data
Hitachi Data Systems (HDS) has unveiled a product at the CeBIT show in Hanover designed to help companies search and retrieve unmanaged data scattered throughout the enterprise..
Mar 6 2008 7:00AM
Hitachi update: CE division closing due to global restructure
On the back of the announcement that Hitachi will be shutting its CE division, CRN has learnt the decision was part of a global restructure by Hitachi Limited.
Jan 22 2008 1:10PM
Hitachi shuts up Australian CE division
After 30 years of business in Australia, consumer and electronics vendor, Hitachi Group Companies has decided to close its consumer electronics market.
Jan 22 2008 11:36AM
Hitachi partners with data management firm
Data Íslandia has signed on with Hitachi Data Systems in a bid to expand its offering of green archival data management services.
Dec 10 2007 3:59PM
CDW and Hitachi settle 3M battery suits
3M has reached aggreements with CDW Corp and Hitachi Koki in its lithium-ion battery cathode patent suits.
Nov 2 2007 7:42AM
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