News

Inrange Develops 64-Port Fibre Channel Switch

Inrange Technologies has announced it has developed a scalable, enterprise-class fibre channel switch for storage area networks (SANs). The FC/9000-64 fibre channel switch offers a platform that supports up to 128 fibre channel connections and incorporates such reliability features as redundant internal pathing, control modules, power, fans, and hot-swappable components.

Providing full-duplex, gigabit-per-second bandwidth and support for Class 2 and 3 service levels, the FC/9000-64 is the first in a series of enterprise-class fibre channel switches from Inrange to target the high end of switched storage networking. The switch is expandable in 8-port increments, features Web-browser based control, and supports hard zoning configuration for optimal security and flexibility in organizing ports

Contact Inrange Technologies, (800) 222-0187, www.inrange.com.

About the Author

Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

Featured

  • Microsoft Starting To Roll Out New Excel Connected Data Types

    Microsoft on Thursday announced some Excel and Power BI enhancements that add "connected data types" on top of the standard strings and numbers options.

  • Windows 10 Users Getting New Process for Finding Optional Driver Updates

    Accessing Windows 10 drivers classified as "optional updates" will be more of a manual seek-and-install type of experience, starting on Nov. 5, 2020, Microsoft explained in a Wednesday announcement.

  • Microsoft Changes Privacy Platform Name to SmartNoise

    Microsoft Research has changed the name of its "differential privacy" platform from "WhiteNoise" to "SmartNoise," according to a Wednesday announcement.

  • Why Restarting a Failed SCVMM Job Might Be a Bad Idea

    Occasionally, restarting a failed System Center Virtual Machine Manager job can leave your virtualization infrastructure in an unknown state. Here's how to avoid that.

comments powered by Disqus