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StoneFly Networks' i1000 and i1500 Storage Concentrators combine the functionality of iSCSI-based storage routers, bridges, and extensible logical volume managers to provide all-in-one storage virtualization appliances.
With successful growth in concentrator sales, we felt it was time to expand our offering into a complete line of home respiratory products, which fits in well with Invacare's overall strategy of being a one-stop shop for home healthcare dealers," he said.
ErSol Solar Energy AG to Provide High Efficiency c-Si Cells for Sol-X(TM) Flat-Plate Concentrator Modules SANTA CLARA, Calif.
One of the most compelling technological developments driving the analysts' estimates is access concentrator technology, which provides the benefits of DSL without the conventional technical and economic constraints.
BUSINESS WIRE)--June 4, 2004 Paradyne (Nasdaq:PDYN) today unveiled its next-generation Broadband Access Concentrator featuring support for the widest range of voice and data services over broadband available in the market today.
Telefonica can also use the ports for ADSL 2+, which is the second-generation ADSL technology, a state-of-the-art technology and part of the Stinger(R) DSL Access Concentrator family of broadband solutions produced in Brazil.
To address this requirement, Cisco is introducing Cisco WebVPN; an SSL VPN solution, which will be integrated with the Cisco VPN 3000 Series Concentrator in software version 4.
During the trade show, Globalstor plans to stream video through the Concentrator to an 18 drive, three array ExtremeStor system (over 2TB), shutting off one array during the demonstration to show that even under a 30 percent system failure, users will still have uninterrupted access to streaming video.