Up the San-Box

Doering, David
July 1999
EMedia Professional;Jul99, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p50
Academic Journal
Focuses on the storage area network (SAN) concept. Year the concept took off; How SAN works; Description of the SAN architecture; Impact of integrating SAN to digital video discs (DVD) on DVD capacity; Tower and jukebox support for SAN; Hurdles for broad acceptance of SAN in the computer network marketplace.


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