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Vol. 6 No. 11 January 2008

A report on storage standards: SMI-S, XAM, encryption key management and FAIS

Clemson University's James Bottum has big plans -- five petabytes of storage, high-performance computing and visions of IT prominence -- for the South Carolina school. Also, get information on the state of storage standards (SMI-S, XAM, encryption key management and FAIS) and demystifying storage virtualization.

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  • 8Gb/sec Fibre Channel widens lane for SAN traffic

  • Unlimited storage

    Clemson University has big plans as it upgrades its data center—and those plans call for lots and lots of storage. Their new IT infrastructure is being built along the lines of the National Science Foundation's Cyberinfrastructure initiative. Clemson expects its new world-class facility to attract a new crop of young faculty who will find the storage, bandwidth and CPU resources needed to support their research efforts.

  • Taming storage virtualization

    Where storage virtualization should reside and how it should be applied depends on the size of the storage infrastructure, the type of applications running in it, and the levels of control and visibility required by administrators. We look at the leading storage virtualization products and help you decide which technology may be best for your storage shop.

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