Review: Riverbed brings branch office storage back to the data center

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Riverbed Granite 2.5 eliminates remote office server administration and backup pains by delivering iSCSI and Fibre Channel storage over the WAN

Usually when someone talks about "collapsing" something, images of toppling towers, imploding buildings, tumbling bridges, and other destruction come to mind. But when IT organizations are able to collapse server and storage resources back to the data center by removing hardware and admin chores from remote offices, that's a good thing.

Riverbed Technology, well known for its WAN acceleration and optimization solutions, also offers a way to collapse branch office server and storage resources back to the data center while making it seem as if those resources were still living in the remote office.

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