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  • iod_sherwood iod_sherwood Sep 5, 1999 9:16 PM Flag

    DTLK and BRCD...etc...

    The stock should be valued in the 100 area, if
    not even higher, it's a matter of increasing
    visibility... BRCD is one of their partners. I'm not surprised
    at all, good to see IBD mentioning that.


    Take a look through their website materials.. you'll
    see what i mean.

    "With data recognized as a
    valuable corporate asset, storage management now takes on
    a strategic role. Storage area networking is a
    critical component of this strategy," said Scott Robinson,
    vice president of engineering, Datalink. "BROCADE
    SOLUTIONware accelerates our SAN deployment and shortens our
    time to market for SAN solutions by as much as 60
    days. We are excited to be a part of the BROCADE Fabric
    Integrator program."


    http://www.brocadecomm.com/BrocMarket.nsf/News/Solware_2_99

    Legato, whose NetWorker network-backup
    product has become a standard in the LAN community, has
    made several efforts to collaborate on SAN standards
    in recent months. The company had linked up with
    several device vendors in late 1996 to promote open
    drivers to the Global Enterprise Management System
    environment, then partnered with 3Com and MTI Technology last
    November as part of 3Com's bid to move to SAN
    environments.

    This time around, Legato's partner list
    covers the gamut of storage and I/O specialists,
    including Data General's Clariion division, StorageTek,
    3Com, MTI, Ampex, Ancor, ATL, ADIC, Compaq Computer,
    Computer Networking Technology, Crossroads Systems,
    Datalink, Dell Computer, Emulex Network Systems, Exabyte,
    Gadzoox Systems, G2 Networks, Jaycor Networks, Network
    Appliance, Overland Data, Qlogic, Qualstar, Silicon
    Graphics, Sun Microsystems, Vangard Data, Vixel, Box Hill,
    and Brocade Systems. The members of FibreAlliance are
    EMC, Legato, McData, Veritas Software,
    Hewlett-Packard, Ancor, Emulex, Gadzoox, G2 Networks, Jaycor,
    Vixel, and QLogic.


    http://www.techweb.com/wire/story/TWB19990204S0013

    partnership info.


    http://www.legato.com/Products/html/san_partners.html


    DATALINK SPEARHEADS DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNICAL FORUMS

    HIGHLIGHTING OPEN-SYSTEM STORAGE AREA NETWORKS


    Brocade, Hitachi Data Systems, and Legato Team with
    Datalink to
    Co-sponsor Nine-City Tour Aimed at
    Information Technology Professionals

    Minneapolis, MN,
    April 7, 1999 � �Datalink Corporation, a leading
    provider of information management solutions, today
    announced that it has teamed with others in the development
    of open computing solutions to produce a series of
    technical forums reporting up-to-date progress in Storage
    Area Networks (SANs). Brocade Communications Systems,
    Inc. (BROCADE�), Hitachi Data Systems, and Legato
    Systems, together with Datalink, are sponsoring Storage
    Area Network forums to be presented in nine cities
    across the United States during April and May.


    -- from brocade site
    Sales Channels
    The
    SilkWorm family of products is distributed through
    BROCADE's partners that provide storage, systems, and
    applications solutions. Companies that have standardized on
    BROCADE as their Fibre Channel connectivity solution
    include CNT, Compaq Computer, Data General, Dell
    Computer, Groupe Bull, IBM, McDATA Corporation, Network
    Appliance, NEC, Sequent Computer Systems, Siemens Computer
    Systems, SGI, and StorageTek, Cranel, Datalink, RaidPower.


    --

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