globalSAN® iSCSI Initiator for Mac OS X
globalSAN – The iSCSI Initiator for OS X
iSCSI is a network protocol standard that enables the transport of block-level I/O over TCP/IP. One major advantage of iSCSI is that it can work over your existing Ethernet infrastructure. Depending on the speed of your network, an iSCSI-based storage area network (SAN) can rival the performance of a Fibre Channel SAN, and can cost far less to implement.
In an iSCSI SAN, an initiator is needed on each computer that requires access to the networked storage. An initiator is not included with the purchase of a Mac, so we created globalSAN to bring iSCSI to OS X.
To get the globalSAN initiator, select an option on the right to get started…
If you need assistance with the initiator please try our Users’ Forums for quick answers to common questions.
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