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Media

500G Advanced Technology Attachment disk drives will reduce the price of disk storage.

Tape products with at least 300G will keep the traditional archive media competitive.

Extremely high-capacity holographic storage media will soon emerge from vendor labs.

Hardware

Power- and heat-minimizing Massive Array of Idle Disks technology will allow more disks in a single cabinet, boosting storage density.

Storage-area network (SAN) filer devices will deliver fast and convenient file-based access to multivendor SANs.

Software

Information life cycle management software will automatically move data to the most cost-

effective storage resource based on the data's business value.

Standards-based device management tools will facilitate the administration of multivendor

storage environments.

Networking

Affordable 10 Gigabit Ethernet over copper cable will offer new options for moving high-volume storage traffic.

Remote Direct Memory Access over IP will provide a new standards-based option for high-performance clustering systems.

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