SANs get wired for long distance

Baltazar, Henry
October 2002
eWeek;10/7/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 40, p50
Focuses on the market appeal of Fibre Channel over wide area network (WAN) technologies. Market competition between Fibre Channel over WAN and long-range SAN; Cost-effectiveness of the technology; Target market of the system. INSET: A better connection.


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