EMC Unveils Private Cloud Networking Strategy

The company's new networking strategy includes Cisco and Brocade partnerships.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Jun 2, 2010
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EMC is planning a converged networking infrastructure that will help businesses migrate to a private cloud computing environment. According to this eWeek report, EMC officials said that over the next few months, they will grow their converged networking services for Ethernet environments.


"Converged networks also mean less cost, greater efficiency and more control for data center administrators.

"EMC officials said that over the next few months, they will grow their converged networking services for Ethernet environments. Those services include network assessment, planning and implementation, with support for a number of protocols, from FCoE (Fibre Channel over Ethernet), CEE (Converged Enhanced Ethernet), iSCSI and NAS (network-attached storage)."

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