Fibre Channel is a gigabit-speed network technology primarily used for storage networking. It started for use primarily in the supercomputer field, but has become the standard connection type for storage area networks in enterprise storage. Despite its name, Fibre Channel signaling can run on both twisted-pair copper wire and fiber optic cables. Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) is the interface protocol of SCSI on the Fibre Channel.
The white paper points out that it is important to remember that cloud computing is not just about data center technology. It's about streamlining business processes to make organisations and people more strategic and more responsive to change.
This document discusses the evolution of Ethernet. As a proven leader in delivering Ethernet services, Tata Communications is making a bold, calculated move that positively impact the future of Ethernet and ultimately benefit customers.
Sunesys dark fiber takes out the middleman in your network solutions and puts you in control. A private fiber optic network allows you to pursue solutions that are flexible, secure, and reliable - all with fixed-cost pricing. Read our white paper to learn more.
MOTOTRBO, a digital communications system with repeaters that are linked via Internet Protocol (IP). Leveraging the existing Internet infrastructure provided an economical way for Georgia Nut Company to meet their communication needs for today and tomorrow.
In this webcast, Andy Hartman, Senior Consultant with Mainline Information Systems, will outline the important things to know when you are using FCP (Fiber Channel Protocol) to connectivity to Linux on System z.
This white paper describes the surveillance video multicasting technology, highlights the benefits of IGMP as well as its integration in Korenix devices for assuring high quality video communication in surveillance applications.
This reference architecture showcases virtualizing Microsoft applications on VMware® vSphere 4™ and NetApp® unified storage and includes best practices for effective backup and recovery in a virtualized environment.