Artecon Extends Open Systems Storage with Linux InteroperabilityJan 25, 1999, 12:34 (2 Talkback[s])
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"Artecon today reaffirmed its leadership position in high-availability open systems SAN-, server- and network-attached storage (NAS) solutions by announcing support for the Linux operating system (OS) across its LynxArray and LynxNSS product lines."
"Linux support is one of the more important reasons we selected Artecon products for MultiAccess (the Internet services organization of ING Bank, headquartered in the Netherlands), since other storage systems we evaluated had trouble with Linux," said Gerard Beekmans, technical director for Comrac, the systems integrator that implemented Internet services systems for MultiAccess. "We're running Solaris, NT and Linux and have a LynxArray on the Web server and another LynxArray on the news server while the LynxNSS NAS system is used for Web hosting. MultiAccess has been extremely happy with both products in their heavy use Linux production environment."
"For users wanting to migrate from their existing OS to take advantage of Linux, LynxNSS is especially appropriate because of the system's ability to read and serve files from multiple protocols, thus avoiding the cumbersome task of copying files into different file system formats and taking those files offline"
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