ATTO Announces FibreConnect 8Gb/s Switches

ATTO Technology has announced its FibreConnect 8300 series of high-performance 8Gb/s Fibre Channel switches.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 1, 2010
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ATTO Technology, Inc., has announced its FibreConnect Family of 8Gb/s Fibre Channel Switches. According to the company's news release on PR-USA, FibreConnect 8300 is a series of high-performance 8Gb/s Fibre Channel switches. The switches are easy-to-configure storage area network (SAN) switches that enable small to mid-range organizations to more efficiently and reliably share data.


"By partnering with Brocade Communications Systems Inc., ATTO leverages extensive interoperability and industry-leading engineering to enable high performance and low latency collaborative workflows in media and entertainment and general IT environments. ATTO offers a full range of 8Gb/s Fibre Channel products for both the edge and center of the SAN, including Celerity host bust adapters, FibreConnect switches, FibreBridge bridges and FastStream RAID storage controllers. Celerity Fibre Channel HBAs include single, dual and quad channel configurations, offer 8Gb/s or 4Gb/s performance and support Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and VMware.

"ATTO’s FibreConnect 8300 series of 8Gb/s Fibre Channel switches deliver high-performance connectivity with 8-, 16- or 24-ports of 8Gb/s performance in an energy-efficient 1U form factor. ATTO-exclusive latency management features ensure smooth and reliable data transfers on the SAN, which is a critical requirement for HD video streaming, post production, video-on-demand, complex databases and other applications that run on multiple workstations or servers. The FibreConnect family allows multiple users to share media resources while working simultaneously on projects, creating a productive and efficient workflow."

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