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Fibre Channel - Outline
"Fibre Channel, a highly-reliable, gigabit interconnect technology allows concurrent communications among workstations, mainframes, servers, data storage systems, and other peripherals using SCSI and IP protocols. It provides interconnect systems for multiple topologies that can scale to a total system bandwidth on the order of a terabit per second. Fibre Channel delivers a new level of reliability and throughput. Switches, hubs, storage systems, storage devices, and adapters are among the products that are on the market today, providing the ability to implement a total system solution." Fibre Channel Overview of the Technology (Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA)
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Fibre Channel - Knowledge Bases
  • Fibre Channel Overview of the Technology (Fibre Channel Industry Association (FCIA)
    • "The information explosion and the need for high-performance communications for server-to-storage and server-to-server networking have been the focus of much attention during the 90s. Performance improvements in storage, processors, and workstations, along with the move to distributed architectures such as client/server, have spawned increasingly data-intensive and high-speed networking applications. The interconnect between these systems and their input/output devices demands a new level of performance in reliability, speed, and distance. "Fibre Channel, a highly-reliable, gigabit interconnect technology allows concurrent communications among workstations, mainframes, servers, data storage systems, and other peripherals using SCSI and IP protocols. It provides interconnect systems for multiple topologies that can scale to a total system bandwidth on the order of a terabit per second. Fibre Channel delivers a new level of reliability and throughput. Switches, hubs, storage systems, storage devices, and adapters are among the products that are on the market today, providing the ability to implement a total system solution."
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Fibre Channel - Related Topics
Back-up software - CD-ROM - CD-RW (re-writable CD-ROM) - Consumables - disk and tape - Data Recovery - Disk Controllers - Disk Storage - DVD drives - Fibre Channel - Flash Memory - Floppy Drives - Hard drives - Media - disk and tape - Network Attached Storage (NAS) - RAID systems - SCSI - Serial ATA - Solid state disks - Storage Area Networks (SAN) - Storage Management - Tape drives - Tape Libraries
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Fibre Channel - Key Manufacturers
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