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Network Storage Technologies
What type of network storage is best? For meeting strategic needs, enterprises are turning to a variety of storage types.
Traditional types of consolidated network storage include:
- Traditional Mid-range storage, typically a Fibre Channel storage array from a Tier One storage vendor (IBM, HP, EMC, HDS).
- A Fibre Channel or iSCSI enterprise array from a Tier Two storage innovator (Xiotech, Compellent, 3Par, NetApp).
- An Enterprise Network Attached storage solution (NetApp, EMC Celerra, IBM N-Series, Isilon Systems, Pillar Data).
- A Clustered iSCSI-only solution (Dell/EqualLogic, HP LeftHand Networks).
- Disk Storage for disk-to-disk backup or archive (DataDomain, Exagrid, Nexan SataBeast).
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