Storage Computer to Showcase Enterprise Storage Solutions

Storage Computer Corporation joins more than 45 vendors to showcase the largest demonstration of interoperable enterprise-wide storage networking solutions at the Spring 2002 Storage Networking World(R) (SNW) Conference and Expo, held April 2-5 in Palm Desert, Calif.

This year’s SNW Interoperability Lab, titled Find Your Storage Solution, is designed to give end users and storage integrators a first hand look at solution providers’ products in software and hardware collaboration.

Storage Computer will be demonstrating remote data replication over a wide-area network (WAN), with its CyberBorg product. Storage Computer’s products will be found in both the Business Continuance portion and the Network Operations Center of the lab. Additionally, Storage Computer’s CyberNAS product will be featured in Alacritech’s booth #PP17.

This multi-vendor Interoperability Lab is an eagerly anticipated and regularly scheduled highlight of the Storage Networking World conference. This year’s Lab will focus on three solution areas: Enterprise, Departmental, and Emerging Technologies. The solutions include demonstrations of business continuance, storage management, virtualization, backup and recovery, security, a Network Operations Center, IP Storage, InfiniBand, and management of storage networks using the CIM (Common Information Model)-WBEM (Web-based Enterprise Management) architecture.

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