Inside a Modern Fibre Channel Architecture - Part 2

Presented by

Patty Driever, IBM; Craig Carlson, Marvell; Dave Peterson, Broadcom; David Rodgers, Teledyne LeCroy

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We continue our discussion on how Fibre Channel is purpose built and engineered to meet the demands of enterprise data centers requiring rock solid reliability, high performance, and scalability. In other words, Fibre Channel technology is storage technology! At Part 2 of “Inside a Modern Fibre Channel Architecture” our FCIA experts return to dive into: • Building blocks and their hierarchy • Frames, Sequences, Exchanges, Protocols • Segmentation and reassembly • Error detection and recovery • Current enhancements e.g., Congestion Notifications After you watch the presentation, check out the Q&A blog:
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