Tag Archives: iSCSI

Benefits of iSCSI Storage

Internet Small Computer System Interface is the abbreviation of iSCSI which is a data storage related technological term. It is a protocol used to transfer data in between a host system (ex- Server) and Storage devices. In the year 2003, … Continue reading

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Special Offer: Unprecedented Performance at Incredible Price

DNF Storage, a subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory is offering its Flexstor NAS + iSCSI appliance for an incredible price. This highly reliable unified storage packed with unprecedented performance, will be available for a cost of just $9,950. This 16TB … Continue reading

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StoneFly USO offers benefits with ‘No Metadata’ support

Wow!   Stonefly USO features uses ‘Elastic Hashing’ to locate data and this is one of the major highlights of this storage appliance. But in order to get deep into this highlight, let us go into some basic facts about … Continue reading

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Stonefly’s Special Promotion on 16 TB USO Appliance

StoneFly™ Inc., the pioneer of iSCSI, has come up with an amazing promotion for the end of the year 2012. It is giving away 16 TB SAS Unified Storage Appliance (USO Series) for only $6,495, which is a discount of … Continue reading

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StoneFly supports fight against cancer with SCVM promo

California based data Storage vendor StoneFly Inc., which is a business subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory has announced its fight against breast cancer through its SCVM™ Promo. StoneFly will be donating 100 percent of their earnings from their prestigious SCVM … Continue reading

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iSCSI vs Fibre Channel.. Battle Continues..

There was a time that some claimed that iSCSI is not mature and is not suitable to serve the storage needs of high demanding data centers. Those days have passed, and even those companies who promoted Fibre Channel, are starting … Continue reading

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What is snapshot, why do I need it?

Currently, most storage providers use this technology called Snapshot. This technology uses a method called “Copy On Write” which means that, if a location is changed, old data from the time snapshot for that location is stored in a repository … Continue reading

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What is this FCoE buzzword that I keep hearing? Do I need it?

FCOE- Fiber Channel over Ethernet is a mapping of Fiber Channel frames over Ethernet networks. Several datacenters use Ethernet for TCP/IP networks, and FC for SANs. FCoE uses the fiber channel as a network protocol, running on Ethernet beside IP … Continue reading

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StoneFly Makes CRN Magazine’s Virtualization 100 List

StoneFly is proud to announce that CRN Magazine has chosen us to be on their Virtualization 100 list. Featuring the top 100 vendors in the virtualization space, this list 100 is specifically hand-picked by the editorial staff of CRN. The … Continue reading

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StoneFly Releases Scale-Out Clustered SCVM™

Today StoneFly releases the Clustered SCVM, a powerful virtual IP SAN software appliance designed for VMware environments. This fully redundant and fault tolerant IP SAN software can be created from two existing virtual servers, and is ideal for your virtualized … Continue reading

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