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Webcast: Breaking the Bottleneck - Solving the Storage Challenges of Next Generation Data Centers


Today's data centers consist of three core elements - compute power, the network and storage. Of the three, storage has lagged behind in technological advancements, creating a number of problematic bottlenecks in terms of scalability, availability and other crucial operational aspects.


This problem has stalled the full maturation of the centralized data center to its next and necessary evolutionary state. Unfortunately, because of today's storage requirements, we cannot wait any longer for new technologies to come along.


View this Webcast to learn about a solution that delivers on the storage requirements for next generation data centers. Discover how this platform's clustered architecture has the capabilities to possibly push storage so far ahead that it may even leap-frog the other data center elements in terms of speed and performance.


With the storage bottleneck removed, organizations will be able to gain new insights, create meaningful IT operating leverage and transform information into business breakthroughs - truly realizing the potential of the next generation data center.


Now discover how to make this a reality. View this Webcast to learn how one solution's clustered architecture allows for critical benefits that are needed in today's data center, including:


  • Inherent high availability and reliability
  • Enables a single level of management
  • Provides linear scalability in performance and capacity
  • Enterprise ready to seamlessly support multi-protocol environments
  • And more


View this Webcast to discover how to solve the storage problems of next generation data centers today.


Brett Goodwin Vice President of Marketing and Business Development Brett Goodwin served as our Vice President of Business Development from March 2002 to October 2002 and has served as our Vice President of Marketing and Business Development since October 2002. Prior to joining us, Brett served in various positions from 1996 to March 2002 at RealNetworks, including Group Product Manager and General Manager of Corporate Development. From 1994 to 1996, he served as a Senior Product Marketing Manager at AT&T Wireless Services. Brett received a B.A. in economics and mathematics from Pomona College and an M.B.A. from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Isilon Systems
Feb 21, 2008, 09:00 EST (14:00 GMT)

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