In the storage networking industry technology migration to next-generation solutions is a pervasive theme. Out with the old, in with the new, as vendors are constantly refreshing technology, while users anticipate worthwhile changes and proceed with optimism.
Recently, the storage industry witnessed the introduction of the 4Gb/s Fibre Channel storage system. The development of the 4Gb/s system is part of the natural evolution of the storage industry. Storage vendors regularly improve their technology and make better, faster and less expensive solutions available to the marketplace. Storage buyers have anticipated 4Gb/s technology for months and are simultaneously evaluating these new offerings while wondering where does 4Gb/s fit?
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