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Overland Storage's SnapSAN S1000 is targeted at SMBs that don't require the scaling capacity of the company's SnapSAN S2000 but has a need for high availability.
AlhpaStaff has replaced its HP LeftHand iSCSI SAN with Compellent's Storage Center with added solid state drives after outgrowing its previous storage system.
There are always questions for SMBS as to which SAN technology is better. Is it Fibre Channel or iSCSI? This article explains what to expect from Fibre Channel SAN.
Nimble Storage enters the storage market with a storage series that combines iSCSI, backup and disaster recovery.
iSCSI has quickly become a popular storage protocol for use in VMware environments. In this tip, George Crump discusses how you can leverage iSCSI in VMware environments.
As organizations look for ways to lower costs, while still gaining from the benefit of shared storage technology, the choice between an iSCSI and FCoE solution continues to be pitted in IT boardrooms. How is the battleline forming? We ask David Dale, NetApp's industry standards director and chair of the SNIA Ethernet Storage Forum.
FalconStor and Violin Memory have combined their resources to produces a SAN accelerator that uses Flash solid-state drives (SSDs) for improved read and write speeds.
Industrial process-automation equipment manufacturer Caltrol Inc. backed out of purchasing HP Co. LeftHand Networks SAN when it found out that Pillar offered more storage for the same price and performance.