Boulder-based storage software provider LeftHand Networks said today that the firm has added four new software products, and upgraded the firm's flagship SAN/iQ storage software. According to LeftHand, it has added products focused on virtualization, multiple sites, starter SANs, and a new disaster recovery product. The new products came on top of a new release of SAN/iQ, the firm's iSCSI storage software. Among enhancements to the firm's products are cloning data volumes, new performance monitoring and reporting tools, troubleshooting for virtual drives, and new APIs and scripting interfaces.
Top NewsMonday, September 15, 2008
LeftHand Adds New Products, Upgrades