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The Functions of SAN

What is a storage area network? SAN is a special computer interface that connects various types of data storage equipment and tools with the same data servers. The main function of this system is to transfer data for retrieval or for storage. This computer network is a good alternative to other methods used in data management like saving information on Network Attached Storage interfaces.

Aside from saving data, a storage area network has other features that large corporations will find very helpful in monitoring and managing business operations. This computer network supports data transfer from a single device to other data storage devices. Another special feature of the system is disk mirroring. In addition, SAN is useful in creating back-ups and data retrieval. Lastly, many companies and governmental institutions use this computer architecture because it has the capability to connect network-attached storage systems with subnetworks.

 

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