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Geographically extending storage networks

I am looking for some good reference resources that explain the technical details of geographically extending storage networks for the purposes of disaster recovery and/or business requirements. What reference material and/or Web sites would you recommend? Thanks.

This a great question, but I'm not sure I know what the best answer is. I would check out the Web sites for CNT,...

EMC, Hitachi, IBM and StorageTek. After that, I would look at Data Mirror's site and NSI's as well.

Hope you find what you are looking for.

Regards,
Marc

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This was first published in February 2002

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