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  • Split write at Fibre Channel switch

    Split write at Fibre Channel switch 

  • ISCSI wows some users, confuses others

    Users at the Storage Decisions show had mixed feelings about using iSCSI: some are up and running with it while others say it's two years away. 

  • Windows Storage Server R2 replaces iSCSI SAN

    Wireless equipment provider Comarco is replacing an iSCSI SAN from Intransa with HP's Windows Storage Server 2003 R2, cutting its costs in half. 

  • Users puzzle over iSCSI

    ISCSI is the buzzword at SNW -- but while most say it's a good idea in theory, some users are still stumped when it comes to deploying it. 

  • Battle brews between iSCSI and FC

    Most cost-conscious storage managers are looking into the merits of iSCSI. In this Q&A, Brian Garrett, analyst with ESG, clears up the confusion over iSCSI vs. FC. 

  • Storage Clips: 10 GigE makes its way through pipeline

    Components makers are sending 10 GigE components to major system suppliers, bringing the industry closer to widespread deployment. 

  • ISCSI competition heats up

    10 GigE iSCSI systems are here, Microsoft buys String Bean, and all Tier-1 storage providers are now selling iSCSI. It's time to cap FC spending and make the shift, analysts say. 

  • School upgrades with iSCSI SAN

    The Spokane, Wash., school system has implemented an IP SAN, connecting existing arrays with an iSCSI switch from Sanrad, easing administration and costs. 

  • UMich says IP SAN not just about cost

    The University of Michigan originally based its decision to implement an IP SAN on cost alone -- but was pleasantly surprised by the management features it got with Intransa. 

  • Has Cisco's storage group been benched?

    Industry insiders close to Cisco Systems Inc. say the company is disorganized and as a result, its storage group has been sidelined.