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    For as little as $150, small office users can buy an IP SAN from Netgear that doesn't require HBAs, RAID controllers or expensive disk drives. 

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  • Fast Guide: Advanced SAN

    Now that you're beyond the basics of SAN and into more complex configuration solutions, troubleshooting performance issues, strategies and management tasks, take a look at our Fast Guide to Advanced SAN. We're sure you'll find the answers and help yo... 

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    The Bond Market Association, the Regional Cancer Center and the Junior Achievement organization picked NetApp, EqualLogic and LeftHand IP SANs over FC. Here's why. 

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    Engenio and SGI are building a prototype storage system that features a native InfiniBand connection to the host, and users are reportedly lining up for it. 

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    NetApp will precertify its products to work with Intel-based servers; NStor and PolyServe complete testing; Thomas Memorial Hospital deploys EqualLogic IP SAN. 

  • SCSI vs. iSCSI -- features, functionality and architecture

     

  • Will iSCSI over 10 Gbit copper Ethernet radically alter the SAN market?

    Low cost 10 Gbit copper Ethernet changes SAN dynamics by increasing the iSCSI value proposition by an order of magnitude, with the primary value prop for SANs being shared storage.