FICON


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AcronymDefinition
FICONFibre Connectivity
FICONFiber Connectivity
FICONFiber Connection
FICONFederal Interagency Committee on Noise
FICONFIghter CONveyor
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The subsidiaries of the same holding company are Lotus Fertilizers and FICON Holdings.
IBM storage users can achieve lower MIPS costs and much higher data transfer rates by implementing Corigin's FICON solution.
Administrators must implement enhanced data security measures if they want to deploy new features, such as FICON Cascading, that bring added value to their environments, to meet the required security expectations in their data centers," said James Opfer, chief analyst, Gartner Dataquest.
In December 2000, IBM was the first company in the storage industry to support native FICON for tape with the Magstar 3590 A60 Tape Controller.
FICON is the next generation of that storage networking protocol and is based on standard Fibre Channel network components.
The breakthrough aspect of FICON is that gateway systems and device emulation are no longer needed for the two sides to access each other's devices.