DataCore Broadens SANvantage Technical Partner

Storage virtualization vendor DataCore(TM) Software today announced the addition of JNI Corporation to the DataCore SANvantage(TM) Technical Partner Program.
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“At JNI, we are committed to providing high quality industry-ready product functionality to meet the needs of our Fibre Channel end-users and customers,” said Shaun Walsh, vice president of marketing, JNI Corporation. “The relationship with DataCore extends this commitment to supporting the market need for ever increasing performance and interoperability of SAN hardware and management software.”

JNI’s entire family of FibreStar Fibre Channel host bus adapters has been verified compatible and interoperable with DataCore’s SANsymphony(TM) software. JNI’s Fibre Channel host bus adapters were designed for the most demanding enterprise-level systems running mission-critical applications. These products provide flexibility, scalability and availability, as well as manageability and superior performance in network storage systems. With SANsymphony, end-users can have a storage consolidation solution that truly supports a multi-vendor friendly, network-oriented approach to pooling and virtualizing storage assets.

The SANvantage Technical Partner Program brings together industry leaders who deliver interoperable, open systems SAN technology to joint customers.

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