Results tagged "HBAs"
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September 10, 2012 03:14 PMWhat can you expect from QLogic's Mount Ranier Project when products eventually appear? For starters, three versions. Learn what else is in store.
April 05, 2010 11:30 AMOn March 23rd, CORAID - a California-based storage provider - announced availability of their new EtherDrive SRX Series storage arrays and extended family of Host Bus Adapters (HBAs) for high-speed Ethernet SAN connectivity for Windows, Solaris and Linux environments. With the announcement, CORAID delivers compelling price/performance characteristics that most certainly make its technology a disruptive entry in the storage market and an attractive offering for users who need connectivity and speed more than a laundry list of storage platform-based software offerings.
January 21, 2010 02:30 PMStorage silicon maker LSI unveiled a series of new RAID controllers and host bus adapters for SAS, SATA and SSD drives. Encompassing 10 new products in all, the news includes the company's first 6GB/s MegaRAID controllers, LSI host-bus adapters that can handle as many as 1,024 external devices, and a new family of 3ware 6GB/s RAID-on-chip boards designed to deliver sustained read and write performance for applications that require sequential storage.
November 04, 2009 02:16 PMIt appears the Emulex strategy is to be first-to-market with OEMs in the soon-to-be massive DCE-based NIC market, then build-out FCoE storage networking capabilities in a way that customers can deploy via field upgrades. This aggressive Elephant hunting strategy gives Emulex the highest probability of disrupting the status quo of the rapidly growing 10Gb segment of the NIC market.
June 18, 2009 11:30 PMHP customers have been calling to share some of their concerns regarding Brocade's HBAs as they relate to HP environments.
June 08, 2009 04:41 PMMulticore servers can consolidate 20 or more production servers into each virtual server host, but feeding these servers enough I/O bandwidth has become a major headache for many data centers.
August 17, 2004 02:00 PMOf the three cards we tested, our Editor's Pick won for its superior processing capabilities, pricing and features.
August 13, 2004 05:00 AMHBAs are key to boosting iSCSI performance and reducing CPU usage. Of the three cards we tested, our Editor's Pick won for its superior processing capabilities, pricing and features.
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