sponsored by Dell, Inc.
Posted:  10 Jun 2013
Published:  10 Jun 2013
Format:  HTML
Length:  6  Page(s)
Type:  eGuide
Language:  English

Arrays that combine block and file storage in a single box have been around for a while, but it seems as if they’re more popular than ever before. Not only are the majority of companies already using unified storage, most of them have multiple arrays in place.

Take a look at this expert e-guide discover why multiprotocol systems are experiencing increased adoption and reports on the main reasons for implementation. Read now to also learn about two methods for architecting unified storage and obtain expert perspectives on how it differs from converged and integrated systems, as well as key benefits including:

  • Cost savings
  • Manageability over file or block array
  • More efficient use of disk capacity
  • And more

Fibre Channel | iSCSI SAN | NAS | Storage Architectures | Storage Capacity | Storage Infrastructure | Storage Management | Storage Systems

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