Corning Incorporated’s Doug Coleman describes how OM3 and OM4 fiber-optic cabling enables Fibre Channel data rates up to 128 Gbits/sec.
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A composable storage system can be virtually subdivided into independent arrays that provide more specific control over the allocation of performance and capacity. As opposed to quality of service (QoS), which tries to make sure certain applications get the performance they need from the storage system, a composable system assigns specific controllers and drives to an application or an environment. 254 more words
If you missed this pre-conference seminar at the Fall BICSI Conference from FOTC Members Corning, CommScope, Legrand, OFS and Panduit, here’s your chance to download the slides. 33 more words
NVMe is an industry standard protocol designed specifically for memory-based storage like flash drives. It unleashes flash arrays from the chains of SCSI that hold it back. 103 more words
As people learn more about Fibre Channel and are curious about NVMe over Fibre Channel (FC-NVMe), questions arise around how storage solutions are going to be affected by the new technology. 42 more words
Molex has expanded its zSFP+ Interconnect System to support 56 Gbps PAM-4 channels in a stacked 2xN port configuration, allowing next-generation Ethernet and Fibre Channel applications to receive standout signal integrity. 7 more words