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Hi Velocity Hub Compatible with Qlogic's HBAs and Switches

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Fibre Channel supplier High Velocity Systems today announced the successful completion of testing of its Bullet 600 hub for compatibility with several Fibre Channel products manufactured by QLogic Corporation.

According to High Velocity, the Bullet 600 was successfully tested by QLogic in its on-site SANtrack interoperability testing facility with the QLA2200 and QLA2300 Series SANblade Fibre Channel host bus adapters and the QLogic SanBox 8 and SANbox 16 switches.

"In today's Fibre Channel community, interoperability is the key to implementing successful Fibre Channel storage systems," said Charles Palanzo, Director of Product Development for High Velocity. "Our Bullet 600 hub is simple to operate and configure but is often used in more complicated configurations to increase port count and lower overall system cost. Completion of successful interoperability tests with QLogic, a leading provider of SAN infrastructure, allows end-users the flexibility of safely selecting an affordable hub for use within more complex networks."

High Velocity's says its Bullet 600 is a six port, high-speed Fibre Channel hub used in Fibre Channel networks to provide high-speed data transfers among network storage devices.

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