Storage on Track for CeBIT America
Update Attendees find more than a byte of storage at this week's expo in New York. Vendors showcase new enterprise and personal storage products.Visitors walking the exhibit halls of the cavernous Jacob Javits Convention Center this week will discover a wide range of storage. While described as the "enterprise computing marketplace," the new CeBIT America show also features a number of consumer storage products in addition to those aimed at business applications. This story was updated on Wednesday, June 18.
Enterprise StorageFinisar Corp. this week announced the introduction of the next generation of Analysis and Monitoring solutions, Xgig, for Fibre Channel and Ethernet-based networks. The first of the Xgig series, introduced in May, was the BERT (Bit Error Rate Tester). Now adding to the series of the Xgig suite is the first fully-distributed, blade-based analysis architecture for 1Gb & 2Gb Fibre Channel and FCIP Storage Area Networks. This blade-based platform delivers support for full-duplex gigabit links while monitoring, validating and assisting with quick resolution of network infrastructure operations, providing effective instrumentation and reducing mean time to resolution.
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Personal StorageShecom Corp. released its Ikebana FireWire 800/USB 2.0 Combo external hard drive. It features three interfaces, giving users the ability to reliably store files on any properly configured computer. Read the full press release on: Silicon Valley Biz Ink Toshiba this week introduced its 512MB Secure Digital memory card. The card features a maximum data transfer rate of 10MB per seccond. The SD-M5124BX card consists of two of Toshibas 2Gbit NAND flash memory devices. Read the full press release on: Silicon Valley Biz Ink Iomega Corp. this week announced of its Super DVD Drive, which can handle DVD-R/RW, DVD+R/+RW and DVD-RAM formats. The internal version will be available in August for $329.95 and an external version will follow in September, the company said. Read the full press release here.