iSCSI

Refreshing Celerra: New Models + New Features

by dave on February 23, 2009


As you probably have heard by now, EMC has refreshed the Celerra line a bit. With today’s announcement, we’ve added the following hardware models to the fold:

  • NS-480 with 2 or 4 datamovers
  • NS-960 with support for up to 960 drives
  • NS-G8 with support for up to 8 datamovers and connectivity to Symmetrix & CLARiiON systems

Now that that’s been covered, let’s cover some of the other details across the line…

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It’s always exciting to me to see the chatter around a new standard or new “way” of doing storage. Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) has certainly had it’s share of chatter as well as the inherent criticisms from detractors. There have also been questions regarding the inevitable overlap with other technologies like iSCSI that are able to accomplish much of the same functionality without, perhaps, having to re-invent the wheel. What follows in this post is a series of responses to several questions and postings on the web on FCoE. I would like to note that my comments are mostly reductionistic and don’t represent as deep of a stream of thought as perhaps merited by the topic.  [click to continue…]

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