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Dot Hill will exhibit its SANnet(R) II Linux-optimized storage
solutions at the LinuxWorld Conference and Expo, August 3-5, at the
Moscone Center in San Francisco. Dot Hill will display its latest
additions to the SANnet II family, SANnet II SATA and SANnet II
Blade Ultra 320, in its booth #773.
According to a forecast analysis by industry analyst firm,
Gartner, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for Linux server
shipments from 2003 through 2008 will reach 18.3 percent. In
addition, Gartner estimates that Linux server revenue will grow to
more than $6.3 billion by 2008. (Gartner Worldwide Server Forecast,
Jeffrey J. Hewitt, January 2004).
"We feel that the Linux market has really matured over the last
several years and is a serious contender in the enterprise space,"
said Omar Barraza, Dot Hill's director of marketing. "We continue
to fully support the Linux operating system as we have done for
years. We work closely with Linux software providers such as Red
Hat, MontaVista and Novell to ensure compatibility and provide a
full feature set to Linux users."
Dot Hill's storage software products, SANscape(R) and
SANpath(R), are optimized to provide full-featured support for the
Linux operating system. SANscape storage management software is an
integrated suite of products: the SANscape Console, a user-friendly
graphical user interface (GUI); enhanced SANscape Agents, a
collection of platform specific utilities; the new SANscape CLI, a
scriptable command line interface; and the new SANscape Alert, a
flexible "phone-home" event reporting tool supporting email, fax
and pager notifications.