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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.

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