Fibre Channel A Comprehensive Introduction
Since it first appeared, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction has been accepted as the de facto reference manual for the industry. In this one convenient resource book, an exciting new area of technology is explained and illustrated - for beginners and experienced professionals alike. With more 400 figures, tables and illustrations, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction provides both a cohesive overview of Fibre Channel technology and practical details for professional application. It provides information and explanations not found in the industry standards, and can broaden the understanding of even the most skilled Fibre Channel user. From the Fibre Channel basics to the physical interface, data encoding and framing protocol, Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction is the must-have resource for every user.
- Paperback | 658 pages
- 191 x 235 x 34mm | 1,111g
- 06 Dec 2009
- Northwest Learning Associates
About Robert W Kembel
Meet Robert W. Kembel, the man who wrote the books on Fibre Channel and Serial Attached SCSI (SAS). In his 35 years as a computer engineer, Robert has developed an exhaustive knowledge of Fibre Channel, FICON, ESCON and storage networking. During more than 28 years at IBM, he specialized in product development and I/O subsystem architecture and design. In his role at IBM, Robert represented the company's high-performance storage products at the Fibre Channel and SCSI committees, T11 and T10. Robert now combines his expertise in Fibre Channel technology with his abilities as a teacher and author. He's a popular instructor for professional training seminars and author of the Fibre Channel Consultant series. He has a talent for educating people about complex technology in clear and practical ways. Robert is a member of the National Committee for Information Technology Standards, which is responsible for developing the Fibre Channel standards. His books comprise the Fibre Channel Consultant series: Fibre Channel: A Comprehensive Introduction, Fibre Channel Arbitrated Loop, and Fibre Channel Switched Fabric. These complete, up-to-date books have become the standard reference sources for industry professionals.