Storage Area Network (SAN) solutions enable simultaneous data access by one or more hosts. Two decades ago, this data was reliably transported over significant distances with Fibre Channel (FC) technology. Today, Internet Protocol (IP) networks are at the forefront of technical development and the use of FCoE (Fibre Channel over Ethernet), and iSCSI (Internet Small Computer System Interface) is on the rise. With millions of dollars and lots of time invested in FC-based sensors on military platforms, how can a system architect upgrade a legacy platform with modern data storage and recording, but retain the FC sensors on-board?
Leveraging almost three decades of FC experience, Curtiss-Wright SAN solutions provides a low cost, flexible approach to bridging legacy Fiber Channel and modern Ethernet technologies in a scalable, rugged device. The SAN Access Kit also provides high-speed offloading of data from SAN devices.
|Product Sheet||Product Name||IMAGE||Form Factor||Type||Interface(s)||Capacity||Applications||Platforms|
|CNS4-FC: 4-slot Network Attached Storage with Fibre Channel and iSCSI||Full ATR||iSCSI, Fibre Channel (storage area), Ethernet (network attached)||4 x 1GbE, 2 x FC||4 x 2TB||Data Storage||Rotorcraft, Manned Fixed Wing, Ground, Unmanned|
|CNS2-FC: 2-slot Rugged Network Attached Storage with Fibre Channel and iSCSI||1/2 ATR||iSCSI, Fibre Channel (storage area), Ethernet (network attached)||2 x 1GbE, 2 x FC||2 x 2TB||Data Storage||Rotorcraft, Manned Fixed Wing, Ground, Unmanned|