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What does DCN stand for?

DCN stands for Data Center Networking


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Brocade(R) (NASDAQ:BRCD ) is announcing continued collaboration with Oracle to help optimize Oracle applications and databases running Oracle(R) Enterprise Linux and Oracle VM with advanced capabilities delivered through Brocade's Data Center Fabric (DCF) architecture and its broad portfolio of data center networking products.
Brocade Collaborates with Intel to Deliver Fibre Channel over Ethernet SolutionsBrocade FCoE technology to utilize high-performance Intel hardware as foundation for new FCoE capabilities Brocade[R] (Nasdaq: BRCD), the leader in data center networking solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, announced today that it will be working with Intel Corporation to deliver next-generation server adapters for evolving data center networks.
Brocade Collaborates with Intel to Deliver Fibre Channel over Ethernet SolutionsBrocade FCoE technology to utilize high-performance Intel hardware as foundation for new FCoE capabilities Brocade[R] (Nasdaq: BRCD), the leader in data center networking solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, announced today that it will be working with Intel Corporation to deliver next-generation server adapters for evolving data center networks.
March 18 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Brocade(R) , a leader in data center networking solutions that help enterprises connect and manage their information, today announced at Technology@Work Barcelona the addition of the Brocade DCX(TM) Backbone to the HP portfolio of storage solutions beginning March 31.
We are honored that EE Times's prestigious ACE Awards recognize that BLADE is in a pole position to emerge as a new giant in data center networking -- not just for blade servers, an area it already dominates, but for all types of rack-mounted systems used in today's enterprise data centers.