My suggestion for upcoming articles: more on Ethernet storage technologies like iSCSI -vs- Fiber Channel -vs- FCoE.
I did a search for "FCoE" (Fiber Channel over Ethernet) on IPVM.com and got 2592 results, none of which is related really to the exact topic of STORAGE in LAN/WAN and it's relationship with storing HUGE amounts of video data on IP networks for regulatory purposes (banking sector).
2 quick reasons:
- More and more debate is going on in the market for storing more video for lengthier periods of time in rackmount servers (specially in the financial sector post-2008 crisis).
- NO IP cameras installer / CCTV integrators should be "caught of guard" when some IT networking guy brings up the topic in a meeting: asking on the merits of using iSCSI or FCoE and asks for the security bunch to give their opinions.