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Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCOE) Fact or Fiction

Size matters in this discussion about FCOE and optimizing deployment. Watch Andrew Levin (Cisco, @AndLevin) and Paul Sferratore (NexusIS, @MadItalianATL) discuss the future of FCOE
Recorded Aug 23 2013 10 mins
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