Fujitsu Siemens introduces virtual I/O manager for PRIMERGY blade chassis.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-2 July 2008-Fujitsu Siemens introduces virtual I/O manager for PRIMERGY blade chassis(C)1994-2008 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD http://www.m2.com
Fujitsu Siemens Computers, a European IT network infrastructure supplier, today (2 July) launched the ServerView Virtual-I/O Manager (VIOM), a virtual blade chassis I/O manager.
The VIOM virtualises physical network (MAC and WNN) addresses eliminating overlapping administration domain problems between SAN, LAN and server and can make it easier to work with proprietary switch protocols.
The software is designed to operate on PRIMERGY blade chassis and facilitates migration to new chassis by allowing network managers the ability to pre-configure entire LAN and SAN address pools so that blades can simple 'plug and go'.
VIOM works with any operating system of hypervisor and pricing starts from EUR2,300 per PRIMERGY BX600 chassis.
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