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  • Will IBM's new Shark make a splash?

    Big Blue went back to the drawing board to boost the speeds, feeds and capacities of its Shark storage system. But can it stack up against the likes of EMC and HDS? 

  • InfiniBand to offset HBA market, but not anytime soon

    Future interconnect technologies are predicted to reduce the need for host bus adapters. Will HBA vendors find different ways to ride out the InfiniBand wave? 

  • McData sells HBA business

    Switch maker McData is handing its host bus adapter business over to TidalWire. McData will outsource its HBA business on June 1. 

  • Storage Smarts Answer #9: Switching fabric

    Think you know storage? Take our quiz and test your smarts. 

  • Interest in InfiniBand wanes, but could come around soon

    Hype over InfiniBand appears to be fizzling but despite the low demand, there's still a need for the technology standard. 

  • iSCSI may be hot but switch makers bank on Fibre Channel

    iSCSI is getting plenty of attention as the networking technology of the future, but according to two switch makers, iSCSI has lots of potential in the long term, but for now, they'll stay with Fibre Channel. 

  • Quick Takes: The fabric of life

    StorageTek tape libraries passed muster; Eurologic nabs VAR deal; and Compaq puts Emules Fibre Channel HBA StorageWorks Enterprise Virtual Array. 

  • Compaq to use McData hardware

    Compaq announced it will market and distribute McData hardware and software products under its own brand name. The move gives Compaq an edge in the Fibre Channel SAN arena. 

  • SAN plans are being canned

    According to a Merrill Lynch report, in the industry should brace itself for a slowdown in SANs sales. 

  • Cisco shuffles execs in major reorganization

    Cisco Systems is reorganizing its business into 11 technology groups in an effort to keep its sales from worsening.