QLogic 10000 Series Adapter Provides Application Benefits Through I/O Caching
sponsored by QLogic Corporation

Today, there is a growing disparity with virtualized and distributed workloads across the data center demanding faster I/O access. Mission critical, I/O intensive, virtualized, and clustered applications continue to put additional strain on existing storage – lowering overall application performance. Consequently, this also creates a critical I/O performance imbalance between servers, networks, and storage subsystems.

Take a look at this comprehensive white paper to explore a state-of-the-art fibre channel adapter designed to bridge the widening transaction-based I/O performance gap to help meet application performance challenges. Read on to find out how this technology delivers scalable performance to enterprise applications.

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