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  • ISCSI TCP/IP TOE card specifications

    One means of improving iSCSI traffic performance is to include TOE (TCI/IP Offload Engine) capability on the Ethernet card itself. An iSCSI TOE allows the network adapter to process iSCSI traffic (often all Ethernet LAN traffic) locally -- relieving ... 

  • Intransa launches 10 GigE IP SAN

    Intransa is now shipping a standalone 10 GigE system, but it may take a while for applications and operating systems to be ready for the big pipe. 

  • ISCSI for beginners

    iSCSI is an Internet Protocol (IP)-based storage networking standard for linking data storage facilities. Learns the basics in this fast guide. 

  • Colorado State picks EqualLogic over EMC for Exchange

    The university, an Exchange 2007 beta tester, says performance improvements in the updated Microsoft release make iSCSI more practical for email storage. 

  • Storage vendors propose FC over Ethernet standard

    A group of nine storage vendors led by Emulex is proposing a Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) standard to the ANSI T11 standards committee. 

  • How many servers can a SAN accommodate?

    SAN expert Greg Schulz answers a reader's question: "How many servers can a SAN accommodate?" 

  • Integrating iSCSI and FC storage

    Mixing iSCSI with Fibre Channel (FC) allows you to make more efficient use of installed storage capacity, but marrying the two protocols isn't without its challenges. Bringing iSCSI into existing FC SANs raises integration issues and leads to a somew... 

  • NAS vs. PC-based file server

    Business continuity expert Pierre Dorion discusses NAS vs. a PC-based file server. 

  • ISCSI brings VMware to a new audience

    Chicken, meet egg: The rising popularity of both iSCSI storage and VMware over the last year means the two technologies are now set to feed off one another in new ways. 

  • IP storage adoption plows ahead bringing tangible benefits

    According to IDC, there were 32,124 terabytes (TB) of iSCSI storage deployed worldwide in 2005. That figure had almost tripled to 97,506 TB by 2006. IDC expects that figure to triple again in 2007 to over 320,000 TB of iSCSI storage, with almost 4 mi...