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StoneFly Unveils New Server Virtualization and Encryption Capabilities


At the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo, August 4-7 at San Francisco's Moscone Center, StoneFly, Inc., a leading supplier of integrated IP storage area network (SAN) systems and a wholly owned subsidiary of Dynamic Network Factory, Inc. (DNF), will unveil enhanced server virtualization capabilities across its entire IP SAN line through certification with both the Citrix/Xen and VMware platforms. StoneFly is exhibiting the new capabilities at the event in booth #1315.

In addition, the company will debut its new SAN-based encryption capabilities for the StoneFly Integrated Storage Concentrator (ISC) line of high-availability IP SANs. Lastly, StoneFly will demonstrate, for the first time, its robust new StoneFusion 6.1 intelligent network storage platform, which is now being offered as a standard, integrated component of all StoneFly IP SANs to deliver block-level provisioning and centralized storage management, control and monitoring of logical storage volumes.

StoneFly takes pride in its commitment to open source solutions as a critical component of SANs, and there is no better place to demonstrate that commitment than at LinuxWorld.
"We're pleased to be a part of the LinuxWorld Conference & Expo once again," said Mo Tahmasebi, CEO of Dynamic Network Factory. "StoneFly takes pride in its commitment to open source solutions as a critical component of SANs, and there is no better place to demonstrate that commitment than at LinuxWorld."



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