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SANbox 5600Q Ready for Macs

ALISO VIEJO, Calif. -- QLogic Corp.
(Nasdaq:QLGC), a leader in networking for storage and high performance computing (HPC), today announced that its SANbox(r) 5600Q Series Fibre Channel stackable switches are now available through authorized Apple resellers and the Apple Store. QLogic(r) SANbox 5600Q stackable switches, combined with Promise Technology VTrak E-Class RAID subsystems, also available now from Apple, make it easy for Apple customers to build affordable storage networks that can scale from eight to 96 user ports.

"The Apple Xserve architecture is highly versatile, complementing not just Mac OS X, but also Windows and Linux based servers," said Sash Sunkara, vice president of product marketing, QLogic Network Solutions Group. "Our SANbox 5600Q Series switches are the perfect companion to Apple customers who need an easy, reliable means to network their RAID storage. Customers can start with an affordable eight port setup and pay-as-they-grow by stacking up to six switches for a total of 96 ports."

QLogic Corp.