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Storage magazine - Vol. 1 No. 5 July 2002

In the extreme worlds of geophysical computing and genomics, storage managers are learning approaches that will be in the mainstream tomorrow. Also, learn how to put interoperability to the test, and get information on how wide-area SANs can fuel new disaster recovery options. Read an overview of the most popular tape backup options for midrange systems and networking segments, and their technologies, performance parameters and costs, plus a discussion of tape's future.   Access >>>

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