2/17/2003 - Trebia Networks, Inc., a leader in the development of system-on-silicon solutions for storage networking applications, has participated in two recent iSCSI Group Test Periods demonstrating their commitment to the development of interoperable iSCSI devices that conform to the IETF specifications.
Trebia attended last week's Microsoft iSCSI Plugfest which tested interoperability with 27 iSCSI vendors in the Windows environment. Group testing at the event included compatibility with Microsoft's beta iSCSI initiator, iSNS interoperability testing, and iSCSI WMI management implementation testing. Trebia also participated in the multi-vendor iSCSI Consortium Plugfest held January 13-17 at the University of New Hampshire's Interoperability Lab which allowed 11 vendors to examine their implementations of the iSCSI technology, both from a device-to-device interoperability perspective and that of conformance to the standard.
"Participating in the iSCSI group testing periods plays a key role in Trebia's ongoing effort to accelerate the adoption of IP-based storage networks" said Brendon Howe, vice president of marketing, Trebia Networks. "By working toward a truly homogenous network with other iSCSI vendors, Trebia's customers can be assured that their development environment is compatible with, and adheres to, the most recent products available and the latest specifications."
About Trebia Networks
Trebia Networks delivers innovative system-on-silicon solutions that power the next generation of storage networking products. Beginning with the newly introduced SNP-1000, SNP-1000i, and SNP-500, Trebia is creating a host of processors targeted to key storage networking applications. Trebia's SNP products greatly accelerate FCIP and iSCSI, enabling storage networking OEM's to deliver enterprise-class features for IP Storage applications while reducing cost, complexity and overall time to market required by alternative solutions. Incorporated in July 2000, Trebia is based in Acton, in the middle of Massachusetts' high-tech corridor and has secured over $40 million in start-up funding from leading Venture Partners. For more information, visit Trebia Networks on the Internet at www.trebia.com.
Trebia, SNP-1000, SNP-1000i and SNP-500 are trademarks of Trebia Networks, Inc.
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