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  • Storage Outlook '08: Building out iSCSI SANs

    David Dulek at Fastenal Company Purchasing says adding iSCSI SANs using newly installed Cisco director switches will be top priority for his company in the new year. 

  • LeftHand adds hardware to iSCSI SANs

    LeftHand makes its iSCSI SAN software available on two prepackaged appliances; sources indicate the hardware comes from Dell. 

  • Users leaving Fibre Channel for iSCSI SANs find pros, cons

    Users who recently updated aging Fibre Channel equipment with new iSCSI SAN products have find ease of use can be a double-edged sword. 

  • ISCSI storage gets performance makeover

    Vendors, including Ibrix, Mellanox, Alacritech and EqualLogic, are offering juiced-up new iSCSI configurations, while 3PAR, CipherMax and NeoScale boost data security products. 

  • LSI moves to iSCSI arrays

    All of LSI's products will support iSCSI connectivity, but its higher end arrays will have to wait for native support. 

  • Dot Hill plots iSCSI, RAID 6 and midrange SANs

    Money-losing vendor chases new OEM business with plans for IP SANS, better data protection and new midrange system. 

  • Dell beefs up iSCSI SAN line

    Dell's new low-end iSCSI SAN lacks replication, a feature the company says belongs in more advanced products. 

  • Virtual appliance lets users convert DAS to iSCSI SAN

    LeftHand Networks releases an edition of its SANiQ iSCSI SAN software that will convert locally attached disk to networked storage. 

  • IBM back in iSCSI SAN fray

    IBM is looking to take on HP's MSA and EMC's AX150, as well as EqualLogic and LeftHand, with a new iSCSI SAN product OEMed from LSI. 

  • ISCSI maven says TOE cards are back

    Larry Boucher, founder of Alacritech, claims more large companies are going for iSCSI HBAs despite the availability of powerful servers.