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Intel in Communications eSeminar Series
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Join Intel for a highly technical and informative series of e-Seminars on the communications and networking industry's hottest topics. Get the latest technology information and design methodologies to help you effectively use Intel® building blocks. The Intel in Communications eSeminar Series is free and online, available to access anywhere at any time.

Who Should Attend:
If you're a telecommunications hardware engineer, systems architect, engineering manager or design engineer looking for cost-effective ways to design network and communication products, make sure to attend.

Topic: Learn How to Use Serial ATA for Networked Storage
Date: June 26, 2002
Time: 09:00 AM PT / 12:00 PM ET / 16:00 GMT

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Storage demands and distributed computing needs are going up, while IT budgets are going down. The solution? Serial ATA delivers increased performance, less overhead and lower system costs for networked storage. That�s why Intel expects Serial ATA to be the best solution for enterprise segments where price/performance and cost are key factors.

This informative eSeminar details the features and benefits of Serial ATA and shows how it can renew the value proposition for RAID. You�ll learn what Serial ATA products are coming this year, how to use them, and how they can be configured for maximum effectiveness in a variety of situations.

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