System area network
System area networks (SAN) are high-performance, connection-oriented networks that link computer clusters. Microsoft SQL Server 2005 uses it for high-performance connectivity through Virtual Interface Adapter (VIA). This technology is used since the advent of Windows 2000.
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- "Differences Between a System Area Network and a Storage Area Network". http://support.microsoft.com/: Microsoft. Retrieved 2011-03-24.
Windows 2000 includes two technologies that use the same acronym, System Area Network (SAN) and Storage Area Network (SAN). This article provides a description of these two technologies, including their differences.
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