MWSF: FibreShare SAN software coming for OS X

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Charismac Engineering Inc. has announced FibreShare for OS X, a Mac OS X-compatible version of the Storage Area Network (SAN) software Charismac first introduced back in 1999.

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With FibreShare, multiple users can share high speed storage systems without using conventional networking. FibreShare is aimed specifically at digital audio/video, graphics and animation markets and other applications where users need to collaborate using extremely large files.

FibreShare for OS X supports FireWire and Fibre Channel drive interfaces. Users see the storage systems as locally attached volumes on their computers.

Charismac anticipates shipping FibreShare for OS X at the end of the month, and will announce a price closer to the ship date. If you're currently using FibreShare, you'll be able to upgrade for a reduced price.

This story, "MWSF: FibreShare SAN software coming for OS X" was originally published by PCWorld.

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