My thoughts exactly! The author spends most of his time disparaging iSCSI because of its Ethernet-based drawbacks, then goes on to say how FCoE will blow iSCSI out of the water (but only when using 10Gbps!).
This article is all hyberbole and inflamatory language:
"There is no way out for iSCSI. It's at war and FCoE is the killing field."
hang on, four paragraphs above we have:
"Let's wait 18 months to two years and see both 10gigE and CNA costs come down..."
So if we have to wait 18 months to 2 years for FCoE to be able to beat iSCSI, how the flip can it be the killing field?
Let's have more detailed information and less tabloid journalistic crap.
P.S. I don't actually use iSCSI (we have FC SANs) but I am not blind to its advantages...