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  • Dell beefs up iSCSI SAN line

    Dell's new low-end iSCSI SAN lacks replication, a feature the company says belongs in more advanced products. 

  • Virtual appliance lets users convert DAS to iSCSI SAN

    LeftHand Networks releases an edition of its SANiQ iSCSI SAN software that will convert locally attached disk to networked storage. 

  • IP storage quiz

    Think you know IP storage? Take our quick quiz and see how you measure up. Are you an IP storage moppet or master? Either way, challenge your co-workers to an IP storage showdown. 

  • IBM back in iSCSI SAN fray

    IBM is looking to take on HP's MSA and EMC's AX150, as well as EqualLogic and LeftHand, with a new iSCSI SAN product OEMed from LSI. 

  • Top 10 SAN news stories and tips

    Back from vacation and need a recap of the most important SAN stories this year? Check out our Top 10 SAN news stories and tips for 2007. 

  • ISCSI maven says TOE cards are back

    Larry Boucher, founder of Alacritech, claims more large companies are going for iSCSI HBAs despite the availability of powerful servers. 

  • What you need to know about 10 GigE IP SANs

    Rick Cook provides an overview of the state of 10 GigE today, outlines the benefits and limitations of 10 GigE and offers some insight into the future of IP storage networking. 

  • Users make iSCSI SANs with USB keys

    Users say that Open-E's iSCSI SAN software, which is delivered on a USB stick, is more affordable than prepackaged systems and has more support than free iSCSI target products. 

  • LeftHand refreshes iSCSI SAN software

    Version 7.0 of LeftHand's iSCSI SAN software contains dozens of new features, including support for four-way replication and brushed-up thin provisioning. 

  • ISCSI takes its rightful place beside Fibre Channel

    There are no absolute rules on what you can and can't do when it comes to Fibre Channel and iSCSI. This article covers some of the important pros and cons to each approach.