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DataCore Adds Storage Pooling for IP Clients to Product Portfolio

DataCore Adds Storage Pooling for IP Clients to Product Portfolio

Wednesday Sep 5th 2001 by Network Storage Forum Staff

iSCSI offering allows you to centrally-managed storage pools

DataCore(TM) Software, a provider of storage networking and virtualization software, this week introduced the most recent of its IP Storage capabilities; the addition of IP to its range of Fibre Channel connectivity options. Today's announcement focuses on two things:

--SCSI over IP protocol (iSCSI) as a means to connect clients to centrally-managed storage pools

--High-performance and massively scalable hybrid IP storage area networks (SANs)

DataCore said the latest feature rollout ensures that `Powered by DataCore' storage pools can serve capacity on-demand to iSCSI-equipped clients, as well as Fibre Channel-attached hosts. The choice is driven by customers' network preferences, performance objectives and cost tradeoffs.

In addition to pure iSCSI networks, DataCore said it solutions enable a hybrid approach that addresses the current performance deficiencies of accelerated iSCSI hardware. A hybrid network combines IP client-connectivity with Fibre Channel (FC) networked storage services to ensure scalable throughput and response characteristics.

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