The latest wave of data center virtualization has made the iSCSI protocol an increasingly appealing prospect for the SMB market, and naturally vendors are obliging customers with fresh gear. IBM is jumping aboard the bandwagon today and unveiling its first entry into the iSCSI storage space since parting ways with Adaptec nine …
"regaining its courage in 2004 to once again go it alone. But the DS3000 wasn't meant to be either."
- It's not the DS3000, that's the family name of the current range - it was the DS300 which was withdrawn a year ago due to RHoS.
An even smaller correction
"it was the DS300 which was withdrawn a year ago due to RHoS."
On top of being a crappy product all around.
I prefer the phrase "functionally challenged" :-)
Fortuantely the DS3300 is much better being based on the DS4000 architecture.
"It'll hold your crap for cheap."
Surely The Register can do better than this.
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