These easy-to-read yet robust reports are a valuable resource to IT managers, business owners, facility managers or anyone who would like to learn more about these emerging technologies.
WATERTOWN, CT - The Siemon Company, a world -leader in the design and manufacture of high -performance network cabling solutions and components, is pleased to announce the release of two new white papers: Video over IP and Storage Area Networks. These easy -to -read yet robust reports are a valuable resource to IT managers, business owners, facility managers or anyone who would like to learn more about these emerging technologies.
Developments in the video industry such as Video on Demand over IP, Video Broadcast over IP, and Videoconferencing over IP are expanding business opportunities in ways that were not possible just a year or two ago. However, these new applications are also burdening companies' network infrastructures like never before. In their new white paper on Video over IP, Siemon delves into these video technologies, how they function, the repercussions to the network, and possible solutions for IT managers.
In their white paper on Storage Area Networks, Siemon looks at the evolution of storage technologies and standards, methods of storage, using IP networks to transport storage data, and IT infrastructure considerations needed to run Storage over IP. Storage methods such as Network Attached Storage (NAS), Storage Area Networks (SAN), SAN over IP, Legacy Fibre Channel (FC), Fibre Channel IP (FCIP), and Small Computer Systems Interface over IP (iSCSI) are all covered in this detailed white paper.
Please visit http://www.siemon.com to read or download these educational and informative white papers.
About The Siemon Company
The Siemon Company, headquartered in Watertown, CT USA, is a privately held global company with four generations of manufacturing excellence. Established in 1903, Siemon is the undisputed technology leader in the design and manufacture of high -quality, high -performance copper and fiber cabling systems and components.