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Fibre Channel vs. SCSI: which is more advantageous for your storage area network?

Sun World [March 1999]

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Copyright (c) 1999 International Data Group

Abstract: As Fibre Channel technology moves into the limelight, it brings with it a host of questions about which technology -- Fibre Channel, SCSI, or a combination of both -- is best for your SAN. Ron Levine sifts the wheat from the chaff and helps you understand the advantages and disadvantages of each.


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Publication Year:1999
Type of Material:Article
Language English
Published in: Sun World
Publication Info:Volume 13 Number 3
Issue:March 1999
Publisher:International Data Group
Notes:Ron Levine is a freelance writer based in Carpinteria, CA. He specializes in networking, storage device, and emerging technology applications. His most recent features for Unix Insider were "Adding network hard disk storage -- painlessly" (March 1998) and "Choosing the best type of high-end tape backup" (January 1998).
Subject: Storage area networks
Online access:http://www.unixinsider.com/swol-03-1999/swol-03-fibre-scsi.html
Record Number:8980
Last Update:2012-12-29 14:06:47
Date Created:0000-00-00 00:00:00