Fibre Channel (FC) SAN

Email Alerts

Register now to receive news, tips and more, delivered to your inbox.
By submitting you agree to receive email from TechTarget and its partners. If you reside outside of the United States, you consent to having your personal data transferred to and processed in the United States. Privacy
  • 10 Gb Ethernet bodes well for iSCSI

    With Dynamic TCP Offload added to 10 GbE adapters running iSCSI, users will see the benefits of removing TCP processing from the host computer and placing it on a dedicated HBA. 

  • Brocade rolls out FCoE switch, adapters

    After taking a conservative approach to FCoE, Brocade gets into the game with its long-anticipated switch and adapters for converged networks. 

  • QLogic delivers single-ASIC FCoE adapters

    HBA vendor QLogic makes its second-generation converged network adapter (CNA) available for Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) networks. 

  • Virtualization and the NPIV factor

    NPIV tackles the problem of how multiple virtual servers get access to the FC SAN. It does this by defining how multiple virtual servers can share a single physical port ID. Once deployed, storage administrators will need to be aware of NPIV because ... 

  • iSCSI vs. Fibre Channel in virtual server environments

    Interest in iSCSI SANs for virtual server environments is growing, but Fibre Channel remains the technology of choice. 

  • Online publisher picks Pillar to scale its site

    Requiring a simple, robust and scalable storage system, online publisher Blurb uses Pillar Data's Axiom 500 to handle up to 250 GB of new data each day. 

  • Brocade sees slowdown in convergence demand

    After buying Foundry, Brocade has an Ethernet platform to go with its Fibre Channel base but finds customers aren't demanding FC-Ethernet convergence. 

  • Sun adds midrange arrays to 'traditional' storage line

    Despite its recent open storage push, Sun says it also plans to continue to offer traditional Fibre Channel SAN OEM products. 

  • Brocade, Cisco expand data center platforms

    A year after Brocade brought out its DCX Backbone and Cisco launched its Nexus switch, both vendors added to the platforms at the center of their network consolidation strategies. 

  • Health firm picks Compellent SAN over HP, NetApp

    A health-supplement company chose Compellent's SAN over offerings from bigger vendors based on its performance and ease of management.