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Virtual Iron goes iSCSI



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"According to Gartner, the iSCSI was a $200 million dollar market in 2005 and it's expected to double every year for the next five years. You also have the adoption of iSCSI in enterprises at the department level," Grandinetti said.

He also pointed to a recent IDC forum in New York that discussed the future of virtualization and the need to offer more secure solutions that also address data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity.



What is iSCSI?

I think there is also an acute need to break away from traditional and expensive FC (Fiber Channel)SAN type solutions. That having said, is still in an embroyo stage for an enterprise support. But hey, you could say the same about Linux Support and its getting adopted all over the place!

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