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    Expanding Your Data Center with FCoE – Q&A

    September 3rd, 2014

    At our recent live ESF Webcast, “Expert Insights: Expanding the Data Center with FCoE,” we examined the current state of FCoE and looked at how this protocol can expand the agility of the data center if you missed it, it’s now available on-demand. We did not have time to address all the questions, so here are …Read More


    Resolving the Confusion around DCB (I Hope)

    April 15th, 2013

    Storage traffic running over Ethernet-based networks has been around for as long as we have had Ethernet-based networks.  Of course sometimes it is technically not accurate to think of the protocols as fundamentally Ethernet protocols – whilst FCoE, by definition, only runs on Ethernet, iSCSI, SMB, and NFS,  they are, in reality, IP-based storage protocols …Read More


    What Up with DCBX?

    January 31st, 2013

    I guess this is a blog that could either be very short or very long… The full name of the protocol – Data Center Bridging capability eXchange (DCBX) basically tells you all you need to know or maybe nothing at all. At its simplest, DCBX does what it says on the tin and the way …Read More


    10GbE Answers to Your Questions

    August 2nd, 2012

    Our recent Webcast: 10GbE – Key Trends, Drivers and Predictions was very well received and well attended. We thank everyone who was able to make the live event. For those of you who couldn’t make it, it’s now available on demand. Check it out here. There wasn’t enough time to respond to all of the …Read More