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Brocade is now part of Broadcom! Community discussion forums will remain

Fellow SAN enthusiasts. Brocade was acquired by Broadcom in mid-November. However, the same great team and all the support options from Brocade will not change moving forward. Brocade will continue to offer the same world-class support for your SAN and management needs. Ask away, someone will be along to help out shortly.

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Registered: ‎03-24-2014

Re: Brocade is now part of Broadcom! Community discussion forums will remain

Do you know if "Brocade Network Advisor" will stay here for help, patches, etc.?

 

Also, any idea of its future? Is it changing to be just a SAN management or will it continue to manage ICX devices.

Mark

 

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