Mt. Rainier Project is a breakthrough inEnterprise Application Acceleration,bringing Transparent Server-based Caching to the SAN
The QLogic QLE10000 adapter, based on Mt. Rainier technology, brings shared server-based SSD (Solid State Device) caching to the SAN, simplifying deployment and management
while delivering scalable performance to I/O-intensive applications running in both single-server and clustered, shared-resource environments.
The QLE10000 adapter is deployed and managed as a traditional SAN HBA, providing Fibre Channel SAN connectivity (other SAN technologies in the future) and intelligent caching using
server-based SSDs. Application and OS transparent caching, and non-disruptive installation, the QLE10000 delivers application performance acceleration benefits of server-based SSDs
without the limitations of current solutions."
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