Shurtliff, Rich; Sang-Jin Bae
September 2005
Millimeter;Sep2005, Vol. 33 Issue 9, p48
Trade Publication
Details how Curious Pictures overhauled its information technology infrastructure to keep up with the demanding production schedule. Improvement in the performance of Gigabit Ethernet by adding Fibre Channel connections from the Ethernet file servers to the storage area network (SAN); Replacement of the desktop storage with the SAN; Installation of QLogic SANbox 5200.


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