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Is Fibre Channel over Ethernet dead?

Data Storage Industry is buzzing with the latest that Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) protocol is dead; thus making the future for iSCSI and FC bright. 274 more words


Ethernet over Fibre Channel

Since the 80’s, Ethernet has dominated the networking world. The LAN, the WAN, and the MAN are all now dominated by Ethernet links. FIDDI, HIPPI, ATM, Frame Relay, they’ve all gone by the wayside. 1,039 more words


The Criticality of Cabling Infrastructure in High Performance Storage Networking

Pushed by initiatives like high density virtualization, online database applications and low latency flash storage, fibre channel (FC) storage networking is entering a new era sooner than expected. 2,017 more words


Fibre Channel and FCOE

The Introduction to Fibre Channel and FCoE on the QFX3500 Switch Learning Byte provides a brief introduction to Fibre Channel (FC) and Fibre Chanel over Ethernet (FCoE). 65 more words


Nimble adds Fibre Channel and increases Hybrid System Capacity to 1.6PB

Nimble Storage has developed and marketed a successful line of iSCSI-based ‘hybrid’ storage arrays (disk and flash) designed for a wide range of use cases. These systems scale up, adding drive shelves behind a controller module, and scale out, clustering multiple controller stacks, to create storage systems in the petabyte range. 331 more words


Nimble Storage Advances Adaptive Flash Platform: Releases Fibre Channel Storage Arrays

The Nimble Adaptive Flash platform, the preferred choice for over 4,000 customers worldwide, empowers IT organizations to predict, manage and deliver the storage required to optimize… 189 more words

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