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SUN EXPANDS STORAGE AREA NETWORK OFFERINGS WITH INTRODUCTION OF A CUSTOMER-READY SAN SOLUTION

SUN EXPANDS STORAGE AREA NETWORK OFFERINGS WITH INTRODUCTION OF A CUSTOMER-READY SAN SOLUTION

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Feb 28, 2001


Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced another significant step in its open, scalable storage network strategy by introducing a pre-configured, customer-ready Storage Area Network (SAN) solution based on the Sun StorEdge[tm] T3 array and the new Sun StorEdge[tm] network FC switch series. Now, Sun customers have an open SAN solution that is cost-effective, easy-to-deploy and designed to scale as their storage demands increase. Sun Microsystems, Inc. today announced another significant step in its open, scalable storage network strategy by introducing a pre-configured, customer-ready Storage Area Network (SAN) solution based on the Sun StorEdge[tm] T3 array and the new Sun StorEdge[tm] network FC switch series. Now, Sun customers have an open SAN solution that is cost-effective, easy-to-deploy and designed to scale as their storage demands increase.

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