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  • Cisco bridges the IP storage gap

    Cisco pulled back the curtain Monday on a new line of IP storage networking products. The announcement kicked off this week's Storage Networking World conference in Phoenix. 

  • EMC defends bandwidth specs

    The technical specs EMC is touting regarding its new Symmetrix high-end array have raised an eyebrow or two among users. But at least one analyst says that, however you look at it, the system still outperforms its competition. 

  • Inside the new Symmetrix

    Inside the new Symmetrix 

  • Will EMC's new Symmetrix be enough to win users

    EMC is prepping a new model of its high-end Symmetrix array, and the users want to see changes. The preliminary reports show bigger, faster hardware, but will EMC finally open its doors to an open architecture? 

  • Low-end SAN push continues

    Brocade joins a long list of vendors to steadily push their way into small and medium-sized businesses. 

  • BRONZE: 3PAR Utility Storage System

    Review of 3PAR Utility Storage System 

  • GOLD: Nexsan InfiniSAN ATAboy2

    Review of the Nexsan InfiniSAN ATAboy2 

  • SILVER: Network Appliance FAS900 Series

    Review of Network Appliance FAS900 Series 

  • Storage Smarts Bonus Answer #2 -- FC-SAN Specialist exam

    This is the second of three answers to sample questions you might expect to be asked on SNIA's FC-SAN Specialist (Level 3) certification exam. 

  • SNIA announces specialist-level FC-SAN cert

    The SNIA says it now offers a specialist-level exam for FC-SAN certification. The certification is vendor-neutral and is an attempt to give the industry a standard by which to determine technical qualification in building FC SANs.