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Storage Smarts Answer #48 -- Channeling flow

Storage Smarts Answer #48 – Channeling flow


This is a network -- typically a storage network -- that channels incoming data flow from any of multiple input ports to the output port. Used with multiple storage disk drives, it is said to be able to improve latency and to ensure "fairness."
a. Switch-on-a-chip
b. External storage
c. Fibre Channel
d. Salsa-on-a-chip
e. Direct-attached storage

Were you correct? This week's answer is:
a. Switch-on-a-chip

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