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BW: Interphase Announces Linux Driver Support for Fibre Channel HBAs

Mar 22, 2000, 17:21 (1 Talkback[s])

"Interphase Corporation, an international supplier of enterprise networking technologies, today announced the availability of Linux device drivers for its PowerSAN Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapters (HBAs)."

"The Interphase Linux drivers provide many features important for enterprise-class computing. For example, with support for symmetric multiprocessing, Interphase PowerSAN adapters fully utilize the advanced power of higher-end servers with multiple CPUs. As with all Interphase PowerSAN adapter drivers, Linux operating system drivers support FibreView Enterprise, the industry's best HBA SAN management tool allowing IT managers to configure, monitor and control server connections from any location with Internet access."

"Interphase has released its drivers under an open-source license and supports the Linux community in developing drivers for their Fibre Channel cards. Interphase Fibre Channel Linux drivers are available at no cost, and can be downloaded directly from the Linux Resource Center on the Interphase Web site at www.iphase.com."

Press release.