Mercury ships "SAN OS"

Posted on October 01, 1998

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Mercury ships "SAN OS"

At last months Fibre Channel Technologies Conference, Mercury Computer Systems introduced what the company calls the first storage area network operating system, dubbed SANergy. The software plugs into standard file systems, and provides file sharing for heterogeneous systems, incuding NT, Mac, and Unix platforms. SANergy is media-independent, and can work with Fibre Channel, SSA or SCSI interconnects.

SANergy is a follow-on to Mercurys SuiteFusion software, and is expected to compete with similar products from vendors such as Transoft Networks. For more information, visit

www.sanergy.com or www.mc.com.

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