The architects of the Fibre Channel standards defined a multilayered architecture for moving data across a network.
What does FCS stand for?
FCS stands for Fibre Channel Standard
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Federal Catalog System
- Federal Cyber Services
- Federation of Communication Services (UK)
- Feedback Control System
- Fellow of the Chemical Society
- Fellowship Christian School (various locations)
- Fellowship of Christian Students
- Ferrocarriles Salitreros de Tarapacá (Spanish, railway)
- Fetal Calf Serum
- Fiber Characterization Services
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Under the agreement, the two companies will work together on development of hardware and software components that support Fibre Channel Standard (FCS) optical-link technology.
Kipp represents McDATA in the ANSI T11 Technical Committee that develops Fibre Channel standards.
The emerging 4 Gb/s Fibre Channel standard addresses this need for higher-bandwidth performance.
The 2Gbit Fibre Channel standard is a new version of the Fibre Channel interconnect and data transfer system for Storage Area Networks (SANs) and other applications.
8 Gbps Performance Although the 8G Fibre Channel standard will not be completed until late 2005 or early 2006, indications are that the SFP form factor will be the module of choice.
Connectivity technology can act as an intermediary while Fibre Channel standards evolve.
The emerging 4 Gb/s Fibre Channel standard addresses this need for higher performance.