Cisco is updating its storage networking portfolio with features designed to reduce performance and latency issues for on-premise mission-critical applications.
The updates include new 32Gpbs fixed switches and new features for its MDS Diagnostics suite.
Cisco said the MDS 32G switches better detect new host and storage devices that log into a storage area networking system (SAN) and zones them automatically.
The new level of automation is meant to prevent errors from creeping in during manual configuration of complex zones, the company said. The switches also support Fibre Channel-NVMe to support customers on the move towards all-flash.