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SUN MICROSYSTEMS INTRODUCE STORAGE SUBSYSTEM

Monday 27 October 1997 | 00:00 CET | News
Sun Microsystems will introduce its Network Array 50000 Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop-enabled storage subsystem during the week beginning 27 October 1997. The new product will replace the company's existing Fibre Channel SparcStorage system, and will offer a storage cost of around USDlr0.50/Mbyte. The first model will be shipped during 4th-qtr 1997 with as many as 14 9.1-Gbyte drives from Seagate Technology. Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop hubs and switches will be made available in mid-1998, according to Sun. Sun plans to OEM such products from one of its two partners, expected to be Brocade Communications Systems.

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