Published: 14 Jul 2003
Would You Buy a 4Gb/s Fibre Channel Switch?
|What speed are your Fibre Channel switches today?|
|Does your current Fibre Channel fabric meet your performance needs?|
|For your next switch purchase, would you rather buy:|
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