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Subject: SANitized storage
Date: Mon, 29 Mar 2004 18:40:58 -0500
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March 29, 2004

Hello MIKE SNIER  (Account no. 113093)

Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source>

It's been more than a week since we last posted. For good reason. The 
lights have been burning at all indecent hours at openBench Labs to 
bring you an arboretum of facts and observations as you plow your way 
through storage networking to figure out what designs cost least in money 
and trauma. In the first of a series of reviews we pose the question: Is 
it time for SMBs to move to a SAN fabric? Read what openBench Labs 
discovers as we examine 2GB SAN infrastructure using nStor storage system 
and storage management software, and products from Brocade and Emulex. 

For news about POS, our story this week is about Gene Mosher, 
restaurant owner reborn into software developer ready to lead a revolution and 
claim victory in graphic touch-screen systems for POS-hungry eateries.  

For this week's delicacies, click on>

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