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  • 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. 

  • 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. 

  • SNIA IP Storage Forum sketches iSCSI, FCIP and iFCP roadmap

    The Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA) is working on creating a common set of standards for the future. While those storage standards might not be in place just as yet, here is what the IP Storage Forum Governing Board sees as the progres... 

  • LeftHand touts SAN that plugs into Ethernet

    Storage startup LeftHand Networks has a new way to use IP networks for moving block storage. 

  • Quick Takes: Industry group formalizes Serial Attached SCSI spec

    The Serial Trade Association has put the Serial Attached SCSI specification, which defines a device-level enterprise storage interface incorporating SCSI backward compatibility, into motion. 

  • Nishan's new software hauls more data over IP

    Nishan has released a new version of its switch software, called a "major microcode" upgrade, which could make moving data over long distances more efficient. 

  • Silicon chip makers buoyed by iSCSI

    A myriad of storage startups and established vendors have all hit the streets with the same message: now that iSCSI is ready, it's time for storage-specific silicon products. 

  • Randy Kerns and the push to iSCSI

    Randy Kerns and the push to iSCSI 

  • FalconStor adds SSD, replication features to IPStor

    FalconStor debuted a new version of its IPStor product, which now features expanded connectivity, advanced replication services, an SSD-based I/O accelerator and the HyperTrac backup accelerator.