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14 Network-Attached Peripherals




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This article is from the storage FAQ part2, by Rodney D. Van Meter with numerous contributions by others.

14 Network-Attached Peripherals

    Coming soon. My own research is in this area; if you're lucky you
might find some pointers by going through my home page
http://http://alumni.caltech.edu/~rdv/ (http://alumni.caltech.edu/~rdv/). Contributions welcome.

Look for "A Brief Survey of Current Work on Network-Attached
Peripherals" in the January '96 ACM Operating Systems Review, by yours
truly. An expanded, updated version is available on the web at
http://www.isi.edu/~rdv/netstation/nap-research/. (rdv, 96/1/22)

http://www.cs.cmu.edu/Web/Groups/PDL/ is Garth Gibson's Parallel Data
Lab, where they're doing excellent work on network-attached storage
devices.

At Lawrence Livermore, they're doing a network-attached RAID array to
integrate into HPSS; see
http://www.llnl.gov/liv_comp/siof/siof-nap.html.

The ViewStation work at MIT,
http://tns-www.lcs.mit.edu/tns-www-home.html is concentrating on
ATM-attached peripherals, using ATM as a system-area network.

The Netstation project http://www.isi.edu/netstation/ (which I work on
at ISI) is focusing on IP-connectible peripherals, using a gigabit
network as the system backplane.
    

 

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