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  • Financial group ditches FC SAN for iSCSI

    CNL ditched its FC SAN for a tiered storage architecture, a faster, cheaper IP network and a better DR plan using NetApp's gear. 

  • Storage Clips: Intransa reports doubled revenue

    According to analyst reports cited by Intransa, the iSCSI market is expected to triple this year. 

  • Knowing the myths of iSCSI

    The myth of iSCSI is that it is inherently easy to use, simply because it is based on TCP/IP. The reality, however, is that all the iSCSI offerings from legacy vendors are as easy to use (or not) as their FC counterparts.

    The iSCSI products that a... 

  • Fibre Channel basics

    Learn about the pros and cons of FC, new developments in low-cost FC and comparisons with other storage protocols in this Fibre Channel basics guide. 

  • InfiniBand makes a comeback

    Engenio will unveil today the first storage array to offer native InfiniBand support promising users high-speed connectivity without the complexity of Fibre Channel. 

  • Storage Clips: Hospital switches from EMC to IBM

    St. Joseph's Hospital Health Center has switched its EMC hardware for an IBM DS4100, DS4300 and ESS 800 systems. 

  • iFCP


  • Netgear launches dirt-cheap IP SAN

    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. 

  • Three strikes against FC SANs

    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. 

  • InfiniBand storage makes a comeback

    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.