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ATTO Introduces FibreBridge Enterprise

ATTO Technology Inc., a manufacturer of Fibre Channel and SCSI products, introduced the ATTO FibreBridge Enterprise, a product focused on mission-critical enterprise applications. Several new features have been incorporated into FibreBridge Enterprise.

The FibreBridge Enterprise supports SCSI Enclosure Services (SES) and access to the FibreBridge via in-band SCSI commands. Additionally, FibreBridge Enterprise offers RS-232 capabilities and Ethernet interfaces, supporting SNMP, Telnet, and FTP, in addition to SES. FibreBridge Services, a new set of options, will provide users with greater control and more information.

All management functions are accessible through the RS-232 serial port and Telnet over Ethernet, utilizing both a straightforward menu interface and a traditional command line interface. The FTP capabilities allow firmware to be loaded over a network as well as via Fibre Channel. FibreBridge Enterprise supports the SNMP protocol, including the FibreAlliance MIB 2.0.

The FibreBridge Enterprise includes two GBIC connectors that provide a redundant path to the unit. Users also have the option of daisy-chaining additional FibreBridges, giving the FibreBridge hub functionality. GBIC connectors offer users the flexibility to use either copper or fiber optic cable solutions, and interchangeability between the two.

Contact ATTO Technology, (716) 691-9353, www.attotech.com.

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

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