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iSCSI was meant to provide a cheap way to link dispersed storage. Paul Hickingbotham reviews its progress

The world of iSCSI today is a very different place from when it first hit the market two years ago. Then it looked set to join the long list of innovations which promised much but delivered little. Now, by contrast, the take-up of iSCSI (an Internet Protocol-based storage networking standard) ...

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