IBM said it has acquired Blade Network Technologies, which makes blade server and rack switches along with the software that goes with them.
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Although it covers all the NAS bases and is very affordable, it's hard to see the TeraStation Pro II Rackmount having much of an impact on the business market.
True to form for an edition of Interop, the show floor here at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas is chock full of rack-mounted network connectivity gear. Whereas hubs and routers were the stars of years gone by, today's floor is dominated by Ethernet switches of all types and sizes -- from the very small for home and small business use, to the wireless, to carrier grade equipment.
The Ethernet Disk offers affordable network storage in a sleek rack-mountable casing. Performance isn’t great, but given its target audience this probably isn’t a show-stopper. Expansion is an issue though.
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