Compare HPE SN6000 vs. IBM SAN768B

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5th
out of 14 in Enterprise SAN
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12th
out of 14 in Enterprise SAN
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20
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10
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Also Known As
SN6000, HP SN6000
SAN768B
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Overview
The HPE SN6000 Stackable 8Gb Fibre Channel switch is designed to make Enterprise SANs affordable and easy to use, especially as the network expands. Built with low-cost, high-performance scalability in mind, each SN6000 features 20 device ports supporting 8/4/2 Gbps speeds, plus 4 high-speed 10/20 Gbps stacking ports for linking SN6000 switches.
IBM System Storage SAN768B fabric backbones is a Fibre Channel switching infrastructure offerings that provide the foundation for reliable, scalable, high-performance storage. The System Storage SAN b-type family switch leverages Gen 5 Fibre Channel and Fabric Vision technology to deliver long-term solutions for mission-critical applications that require secure, high-performance, low-latency storage networks.
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Sample Customers
Damm, Bank Simpanan Nasional, Weta Digital
Einstein Healthcare, Hansgrohe SE, Yaap Digital Services

HPE SN6000 is ranked 5th in Enterprise SAN while IBM SAN768B is ranked 12th in Enterprise SAN. HPE SN6000 is rated 0.0, while IBM SAN768B is rated 0.0. On the other hand, HPE SN6000 is most compared with Cisco MDS Series and INFINIDAT InfiniBox, whereas IBM SAN768B is most compared with .

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