ATTO Technology Releases Xtend SAN v3.0 iSCSI

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<strong>Amherst, N.Y. &mdash; Sept. 21</strong><br />ATTO Technology Inc., a global provider of storage connectivity and infrastructure solutions for data-intensive computing environments, has released a major upgrade to its Xtend SAN iSCSI Initiator for Mac OS X, Version 3.0. Xtend SAN software allows Mac users to garner the benefits of Internet SCSI (iSCSI), one of the fastest-growing storage networking protocols today. <br /><br />With iSCSI, users can take advantage of existing Ethernet expertise and equipment to benefit from a storage area network (SAN) while avoiding the cost and complexity associated with<br />fibre channel. <br /><br />By installing Xtend SAN on an OS X workstation, users can benefit from such key iSCSI applications such as collaborative digital video-audio workflows, laptop connectivity to SANs and remote backups.<br /><br />Because version 3.0 of Xtend SAN has been tested against products from leading iSCSI manufacturers, users can be assured that Xtend SAN provides a high level of interoperability with various iSCSI products.<br /><br />”By providing this major upgrade to our Xtend SAN iSCSI Initiator for OS X, ATTO continues to show its support for the iSCSI protocol and further cements ATTO&#39;s position as the premier provider of iSCSI solutions for Apple users,” said Tom Kolniak,  ATTO Technology Inc. director of products. “ATTO has been developing iSCSI bridging products fully compatible with the Mac OS for over five years, and with the introduction of Xtend SAN v3.0, has developed a more capable, fully featured iSCSI initiator available today for Mac OS X.”

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