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Implementing FCoE doesn’t mean a rip-and-replace



Posted by: rivkalittle
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Cisco FCoE
FCoE implementation
Fibre Channel over Ethernet

Implementing Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) for converged data center networks doesn’t mean users have to invest in a complete rip-and-replace … even when implementing Cisco FCoE. We met with Kash Shaikh, Cisco’s data center solutions senior manager of marketing, who explains in this video that users can start Cisco FCoE implementation in the access layer with converged network adapters at the servers, and later move toward FCoE in the core.

 

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