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Red Hat, NetApp work for iSCSI Linux support

Red Hat Enterprise Linux update 4 will include iSCSI support in cooperation with the storage system maker.

By December 6, 2004


Dell to buy storage company for $1.4 billion

With its planned acquisition of EqualLogic, the PC maker intends to make itself a force in what it calls "the iSCSI revolution."

By November 5, 2007


InfiniBand meets storage networking

Storage networking via iSCSI gets data transfer boost from addition of high-speed communication technology.

By October 6, 2006


Microsoft snaps up String Bean technology

String Bean Software hoped to boost Windows' support for iSCSI.

By March 3, 2006


IBM storage server targets midsize companies

Big Blue is the latest to embrace iSCSI, a protocol increasingly being used to build low-cost storage area networks.

September 3, 2004


Commentary: Cast a skeptical eye on iSCSI

The idea of accessing cheap SCSI storage over IP Ethernet networks is an interesting one. However, iSCSI needs sophisticated software that, so far, has been lacking.

April 10, 2001


HDS, McData tap new standard for cheaper storage

The partners promise to provide lower-cost storage area networks for small business with a package that uses iSCSI, an emerging interface standard.

By November 19, 2003


Storage companies synch up with Windows

In a boost for an emerging networking standard, more than a dozen storage hardware companies prove that their iSCSI-based products work with Microsoft's Windows.

By November 18, 2003


Windows links to new storage standard

Microsoft releases a driver for the emerging iSCSI specification that lets its operating system share storage gear using Ethernet networks.

By June 30, 2003


Windows to support storage standard

Microsoft says it will add support in Windows for the recently approved iSCSI storage standard, which allows storage networks to be built using existing Ethernet networks.

March 12, 2003