GCN tech brief
- By Joab Jackson
- Feb 20, 2007
LeftHand Networks Inc. of Boulder, Colo., is adding support for IBM System x3650 servers to its iSCSI-based storage area network server software, the SAN/iQ.
By using commodity servers with LeftHand software, users can save up to 60 percent of the cost of a packaged SAN, said John Fanelli, vice president of marketing for LeftHand. The IBM x3650 configuration can hold up to 1.8TB of data.
Joab Jackson is the senior technology editor for Government Computer News.