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US probes NetApp role in Syrian surveillance
U.S. regulators are investigating how a multimillion-dollar storage system from NetApp Inc. came to underpin a sweeping Internet-surveillance system being built last year for the Syrian government of President Bashar al-Assad.
Rodriguez wins thrilling finale to take Giro lead
Joaquin Rodriguez (Katusha) produced a trademark uphill sprint into Assisi to take stage 10 and the maglia rosa of the 2012 Giro d'Italia.
Rodriguez grabs win on Giro's stage 10, pulls on pink  velonews.competitor.com
Amador wins Giro's first high mountain stage as Hesjedal reclaims lead
The Czech of team NetApp won the Settimana Coppi e Bartali and Rund um K�ln in the month leading up to the Giro. His formed came through, attacking free today with 55 kilometres to race on the Col de Joux.
Giro Notebook stage 14: Amador scores for the Ticos; Pozzovivo still ...  velonews.competitor.com
Giro d'Italia 2012: The Big Preview
Most of the favourites, including Ivan Basso and Roman Kreuziger, arrived yesterday on Ryanair flight 4722 from Bergamo. They travelled by bus across the Central Jutland Region to arrive in Herning, the northern-most start in Grand Tour history.
Hesjedal moves into Giro lead after mountain-top finish
An early break consisting of Fumi Beppu (Orica-GreenEdge), Reto Hollenstein (NetApp), Matteo Rabottini (Farnese Vini) and Mirko Selvaggi (Vacansoleil-DCM) had built up a lead of around nine minutes during the day.
FreeBSD and Microsoft Hyper-V Interoperability Expected This Summer
It also partnered with Citrix and NetApp on the project, which are both contributors to FreeBSD and users of the FreeBSD technology.
Giro notebook stage 12: NetApp getting closer; Bak nabs first grand tour win
SESTRI LEVANTE, Italy (VN) - Some say there are no miracles in cycling, but NetApp nearly pulled one off on the road to Assisi on Tuesday.
Who are tech's 50 highest paid CEOs?
Oracle's Larry Ellison has been the highest paid tech chief on our list each year since Network World started tracking CEO compensation, but his $77.6 million pay package was bested by another tech CEO's enormous windfall in 2011.
U.S. Stock Futures Erase Drop as Investors Await Data
NetApp Inc. plunged 12 percent, the most in the S&P 500, to $28.82. The seller of hardware and software for storing data forecast first-quarter earnings trailing analysts' estimates amid a weak economic outlook.
Why Israel is a hotbed for flash storage innovation
At the same time EMC was in Israel trying to strike a deal to buy XtremeIO, NetApp and Dell were also there vying for the flash storage array maker's intellectual property.