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  • NetApp preps new entry-level iSCSI box

    NetApp will put a new storage appliance on the market next month that it said will combine a filer head and storage enclosure in one package. 

  • Users want answers to iSCSI

    The battle wages between networking protocols iSCSI and Fibre Channel but at this week's Storage World conference, iSCSI was the technology of the day with users demanding answers about its performance. Bottom line: you don't need a Ferrari if you're... 

  • iSCSI and Microsoft make a potent combination

    What happens when Microsoft throws some weight behind iSCSI? The results could be tremendous. Read about some of the early implications here. 

  • Let the iSCSI games begin

    How and when will iSCSI impact you? Find out here. 

  • Adaptec buy spawns IP spin-off

    Two acquisitions yielded one spin-off company this week when the iSCSI business arm of Eurlogic Systems became a standalone company. 

  • iSCSI on target

    LSI spawns iSCSI target controllers; QLogic HBAs support SQL Server databases; and Emulex nabs EMC qualification. 

  • Microsoft to add iSCSI support to Windows

    Microsoft said it will add iSCSI support to the Windows client and server environments in June. Upshot: Microsoft could be the great facilitator of the protocol's adoption. 

  • What about D2D with iSCSI SANs?


  • InfiniBand startups to merge

    A pair of InfiniBand startup companies have merged to become more attractive to OEMs. Lane15 Software and InfiniSwitch now boast a one-stop shop for InfiniBand hardware and software. 

  • iSCSI specs complete, market waits for Microsoft offering

    iSCSI, the protocol for sending storage over IP networks has been ratified by the IETF and now, according to SNIA, it's time to get the products rolling. However, the success of the standard may lie in the hands of Microsoft.