Phoenix, ARIZ. — SanOne, a storage area network (SAN) provider of leading-edge technologies, services and education, today announced that it will be the official host of the FCTC SAN Interoperability Lab at the Fibre Channel Technology Conference (FCTC) 2000, to be held in San Jose, Calif., Oct. 10-12.
SanOne will run the SAN HOT Demo, an on-site lab that will showcase the latest SAN hardware and software implemented across heterogeneous environments, including NT, SUN, AIX, HP-UX and Linux. Serverless and LAN-free backup, virtual storage, data consolidation and SAN monitoring and management will all be profiled during this exclusive event.
“For SANs to deliver a viable solution for current and future storage needs, a verifiable `best-fit’ proof of concept must exist,” said Michael Flannery, SanOne’s general manager. “We at SanOne are proud to host the Interoperability Lab at a prestigious conference such as the FCTC 2000. Our goal is to present users the opportunity to view interoperating SAN products in a real-world environment.”
“SanOne will be providing a valuable service for all members of the SAN community,” said conference Chairman Dr. Lance Leventhal. “This FCTC-exclusive Interoperability Lab will give end users the opportunity to see what products are certified to work together, thus ensuring well-architected storage systems.”
FCTC, the only conference completely dedicated to Fibre Channel, provides the latest information in the areas of SANs, clustering, disk and server farms, scalability, RAID systems, redundancy and fault tolerance through interactive conference sessions, exhibits and speakers from experts in the industry.
SanOne delivers advanced storage technology within dedicated enterprise applications. Utilizing proven methodology and partnering with leading SAN vendors, SanOne is expertly positioned to deliver the advanced functionality of fibre technology, along with technical support and training services. Visit http://www.sanone.com for more information.