Ask any group of data management executives what is keeping them awake most nights, and you're likely to hear the same two words ­ data storage. Never before have the demands been greater, technologies more transitory or solutions murkier; and the penalties for choosing the wrong alternative have never been higher.

With storage needs doubling for the average company every eight to twelve months, it is critical that storage networks be scalable and easy to administrate. Yet to this point, there has not been a simple, elegant technology that provides relatively low cost of entry, full interoperability, single-point management, ease of use and the ability to leverage legacy investments in hardware and software both now and as the company grows.

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