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SANBlaze Bows Target Emulation Sys

MAYNARD, Mass. -- SANBlaze Technology, Inc., a leading provider of Storage Emulation Systems, today announced the availability of the SANBlaze VirtuaLUN8 8G Fibre Channel target emulation system, the industry’s first 8G target system. The VirtualLUN8 8G system provides an extremely cost effective approach to 8G Fibre Channel device testing and is available configured with 2, 4, 8 or 10 Fibre Channel ports running at 2, 4 or 8 Gbps. Each port can be configured to present from 1 to 512 virtual “disks,” each with a configurable size, speed, attributes and profiles.

With this newest SANBlaze platform, customers can finally test 8G hardware and storage applications in their test and development environments, reducing the need to deploy large farms of physical “scratch” disks, providing high performance, non-volatile disk media at a fraction of the cost of physical disks.

“With the VirtuaLUN 8G system, SANBlaze further demonstrates its commitment to offering the industry’s most complete suite of emulation systems,” said SANBlaze CEO Steve Munroe. “A fully configured system can present over 5000 LUNs into the test environment, providing our customers with a huge cost savings over building the same capability using real disk drives.

SANBlaze Technology Inc.