What is Fibre Channel?

Fibre Channel (FC) is a network technology used to connect computer data storage, like iSCSI.

Despite its name, Fibre Channel signaling can run on an electrical interface in addition to fiber-optic cables.

Fibre Channel Protocol (FCP) is a transport protocol, like TCP/IP, that predominantly transports SCSI commands over Fibre Channel networks.

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