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  • IBM gets back to iSCSI with entry-level server

    With midsized businesses on its mind, Big Blue debuts low-priced servers that support both iSCSI and Fibre Channel. 

  • ISCSI for Unix on the way

    Microsoft isn't the only company peddling iSCSI support -- Unix vendors are also making moves in this direction. 

  • ISCSI storage management vendor seeks niche

    PyX Technologies Inc. says that its new iSCSI storage management software provides original equipment manufacturers and their customers with the highest possible level of data transmission reliability. But industry analysts aren't sure if PyX will be... 

  • Webcast: Deploying iSCSI

    Join expert and Evaluator Group partner Randy Kerns for a webcast on "Deploying iSCSI" This webcast will shed light iSCSI and how you should think about deploying this technology in your organization. 

  • Sun recharges its storage line

    Among Sun's swath of server and software news, there's a smattering of storage updates –- notably the 6920 Pirus box. 

  • EMC draws battle line with iSCSI

    EMC is tapping its partner Dell to sell its latest low-end Clariion at a price it hopes will stop iSCSI arrays sucking up the midrange market 

  • IDC: Fibre Channel switch prices dropping

    IDC Corp. predicts a drop in the cost of Fibre Channel switches and, when coupled with similar savings on HBAs, could mean a true price decline for Fibre Channel SAN gear. 

  • IP storage in three minutes

    Need the basic facts about IP storage and don't have a lot of time? This quick interview with Gary Orenstein, author of "IP Storage Networking: Straight to the Core" gives you the facts about iSCSI, TOE cards and how IP will interact with Fibre Chann... 

  • Big vendors overshoot small user's storage needs

    Tired of big vendors trying to cram big systems into your infrastructure? One user went the IP SAN route to satisfy his modest storage needs. 

  • Snap Appliance joins the iSCSI club

    Snap Appliance launched a new NAS server that can serve up both file and block storage via iSCSI.