Boulder, Colorado-based LeftHand Networks said today that it has released version 6.6 of the firm's SAN/iQ storage clustering software. LeftHand said that the new software now offers a tree-based user interface, qualified a new 750 GB SATA drive, and added Microsoft MPIO support for multipath iSCSI data connections. LeftHand is a provider of software for building clustering storage devices.
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LeftHand Upgrades Clustering Software