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  • Hot technologies for 2007, page 2

    "Storage" magazine's editors reviewed technology developments, product introductions and storage standards to come up with this short list of must-have technologies for 2007. We believe iSCSI SANs, hardware-based tape encryption, high-capacity disk d... 

  • Storage Decisions Session Downloads: Engineering Track (LV 2006)

    To keep up with the demands of data and business requirements, managers need to engineer the most flexible and complete storage network. This track looks at SAN and NAS issues, distance demands, remote offices and how to build out systems. 

  • LSI Logic buys Agere for $4B

    LSI Logic announced it will buy mobile chipmaker Agere Systems for $4 billion, broadening its reach into consumer storage markets. 

  • HBAs go virtual

    N_Port ID Virtualization, a new HBA feature, lets you assign different WWNs to each virtual server and determine which applications run on specific hardware and even when they run.Tech Report

  • How to compare Fibre Channel (FC) and SCSI

    Storage expert Greg Schulz offers advice on how to compare Fibre Channel (FC) and SCSI technology. 

  • Multipath I/O: Guarantee redundancy during HBA failure (almost!)

    Microsoft's Multipath I/O (MPIO) is designed to mitigate the effects of a HBA failure, by providing an alternate data path between devices. Learn why MPIO doesn't completely eliminate the possibility of problems if an HBA fails and what you can do en... 

  • Production databases find a home on IP SANs

    Dow Chemical will be cutting costs with a NetApp system; AirClic goes with EqualLogic's newest SAS array after evaluating both NetApp and EMC. 

  • IP storage: Five tips in five minutes

    SearchStorage.com readers frequently ask questions about IP storage. This article offers a collection of expert responses to recent reader queries. 

  • ISCSI gains strength from servers

    More powerful servers are helping ease some performance concerns for users considering IP SANs, but others say they still want to see more improvement. 

  • ISCSI gets a boost from InfiniBand

    The speedy InfiniBand protocol has already gained popularity in some bleeding-edge storage systems; a new spec will now standardize connection to iSCSI storage.