ATTO Technology’s iSCSI Bridges Certified with EMC Retrospect

<p><strong>Amherst, N.Y. &mdash; July 18&nbsp;</strong><br />ATTO Technology Inc., a global provider of storage connectivity and infrastructure solutions for data-intensive computing environments, has announced that its iPBridge 2600 and iPBridge 1550 iSCSI-to-SCSI bridge products have successfully completed interoperability testing with EMC Retrospect for Mac OS X backup and recovery software. </p><p>Customers can immediately benefit from a certified data protection solution when using ATTO iPBridges in iSCSI-based environments.<br /><br />The ATTO iPBridge 2600 and iPBridge 1550 are designed to integrate SCSI devices into an iSCSI network. </p><p>The iPBridge 2600 and iPBridge 1550 empower customers who want the ability to attach existing SCSI storage to an iSCSI-based network, enabling storage connectivity and consolidation at an affordable price. </p><p>Users can leverage their current Ethernet network by providing the ability to attach or connect a SCSI tape library or other SCSI storage and network them across an Ethernet IP-based network so multiple users can access existing storage devices.<br /><br />The iPBridge 2600 offers iSCSI connectivity to native SCSI devices via four independent iSCSI ports and two independent Ultra320 SCSI busses.</p><p>It allows storage devices to operate at near-native speeds. </p><p>The iPBridge 1550 offers iSCSI connectivity to native SCSI devices via one independent iSCSI port to one independent Ultra160 SCSI port.</p><p>EMC Retrospect&#39;s patented technology enables fast, reliable restores of individual files, directories or entire file systems with unparalleled accuracy. </p><p>&quot;Enabling storage centralization and consolidation, the ATTO iPBridge 1550 and the iPBridge 2600 allow data centers and small to midsize businesses to maximize their ROI by utilizing existing…


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