Explosive growth in mission-critical business applications has resulted in an exponential growth in data-storage requirements. The need to protect and secure critical data and the growing size of that data are creating real challenges for enterprises as they seek affordable solutions to interconnect their storage area network (SAN) infrastructures and implement geographically dispersed data-recovery solutions. SAN-extension technologies such as dense wavelength division multiplexing (DWDM) help customers interconnect data centers to reduce the effects of a catastrophic failure at a single site and reduce the total cost of ownership. Inherently, the Fibre Channel protocol limits the throughput of the data stream for long-distance transmission, but buffer-to-buffer credit spoofing technology can effectively remove that limitation and allow data traffic to flow at maximum throughput even at great distances. Buffer-to-buffer credit spoofing technology can effectively enhance data throughput when data is transmitted over long distances.
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