Unified storage

Unified storage, or multiprotocol storage, refers to a single storage system that can support file protocols such as NFS, CIFS (SMB) and Fibre Channel and iSCSI block storage. Unified storage is common in today’s storage arrays because it combines NAS servers with SAN systems. Find out the latest news and other resource guides on this topic.

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